Hope you had a great 4th! Looks like next week will be a double release. The Hefe and Mocha Java will be gone.
Authentic Belgian style wheat beer brewed with traditional White Beer yeast and a nice blend of fruit and spice. Open fermented in Lil’ Stubby..yum
The last stop in this years “India series”. English IPA brewed from a historical recipe that dates from the year 1800. Awarded bronze medal at the 2005 Great American Beer Festival
Release begins at 5:00 and ends at 6:00 sharp (according house clock) Please be easy on the service staff… they are just following policy.
Get some sun, but not too much. Catch some fish, but don’t forget to release some. Do a little work, but not too much. Always remember to have a beer at the end of the day….they say it’s good for your health!
For all you cider fans. We have acquired 3 of the 8 kegs in the U.S. of the Dupont Cider Bouche Fermier. This is unfiltered, unpasturized cider from a small family owned/operated orchard since 1837….in Normandy, France. This is extreamly rare and boasts tremendous fresh apple flavor. Tasting notes mention-
apple, citurs, pine, lime, butter, leather, wood, and others. Really interesting stuff, and we have it on tap for a limited time!
I think something went wrong with the open fermentation of the Belgian Wit. It had something funky in the taste. The 1800 on the other hand was phenominal.
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