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IPA Day 2015 August 6th
IPA day is always a logistical challenge! Since hoppy beers can not be made months in advance and then stored for the event the brewers, the distributors and the Pub all have to coordinate to make it happen! We will certainly have some of our mainline hoppy beers on tap but we have also confirmed that these will be here!
Specialities on draft:
- Southern Prohibition Crowd Control IPA
- Great Raft Grace & Grit Imperial IPA
- Parish Ghost in the Machine Imperial IPA – with luck Andrew Godley will be here! This will most likely be an advance keg and we will only get one for the evening… the truck with the rest of the kegs isn’t scheduled to arrive until the following week. Always a possibility that will change.
- Yalobusha One and Done; Citra/Simcoe Imperial IPA 8.25% – with luck Andy from Yalobusha will be here.
- Bayou Teche Quantum Hop-Zythos, Centennial, Equinox, Rakau, Topaz, Wakatu
- Mudbug Session IPA
- NOLA Dry Hopped Lowerline Galaxy
- NOLA Pineapple Habañero IPA
- Cask : Stone Delicious IPA
August 29th – Sierra Nevada Tap takeover
- Ovila Abbey Quad with Plums
Sept 2nd – Late Summer Sours with The Bruery
Folks from The Bruery will be in house for a meet & greet – they are sending us some special beers! Tasting cards with 4 ounce pours of your choice will be sold. We can’t price the cards until we receive the beers though, as we don’t know what the bottle cost will be on some of these yet.
- Saison Rue
- Hottenroth Berliner Weisse
- Tart of Darkness
- Gypsy Tart
- Autumn Maple
- Tonnellerie Rue
Wednesday August 12th 7pm – Glenmorangie Original (10 yr.) & Tusail (10 yr.) Comparative Tasting
Tusail is made according to the original Gemmorangie recipe EXCEPT that it uses Maris Otter Barley that has been floor malted by hand. Sound familiar? That’s an antique technique that you might have seen used in Beers. Most commonly used in English Olde Ales, it’s also a technique that Garret Oliver of Brooklyn Brewery has used in some of his One Batch Beers. It’s really too expensive and labor intensive to be seen on a grand scale and it’s doubtful that Glenmorangie will do it again – so come try it and see the difference, then go out and buy a bottle before it disappears forever!