Monday, September 30, 2013

Now on Draught

City Island Pale Ale 5.6% -- $5.99
Peekskill Simple Sour 5.2% -- $5.99
Founders All Day IPA 4.7% -- $9.99
Upstate Brewing IPW 6.5% -- $9.99
Dogfish Head 90 Minute IPA 9.0% -- $10.99
Altech's Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Ale 8.2% -- $10.99 
16 Mile Responders Ale 4.2% -- $5.99
* prices for 64 oz other sizes available

Thursday, September 26, 2013

New today

Victory Red Thunder Porter aged in Wine Barrels
Rogue Pumpkin Patch Ale 
Grimm Bees in the Trappe Belgian style Ale brewed with Honey

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

New Today

Caldera Old Growth Imperial Stout
New Holland Dragons Milk Bourbon Barrel Stout
Sixpoint Resin Imperial IPA

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Draught Blow out!

We need to make room on the growler line up. So the following are being discounted.

City Island Pale Ale 5.6% -- $5.99
Peekskill Simple Sour 5.2% -- $5.99
16 Mile Responders Ale 4.2% -- $5.99

*prices are for 64 oz fills

Saturday, September 21, 2013

draught update

Southern Tier Pumpking replaces Founder's Centennial IPA on draught.

Thursday, September 19, 2013

New today

More new today;

Evil Twin Christmas Eve at a New York City Hotel Room
Caldera Mogli Oak-Aged Imperial Porter with Chocolate

Game of Thrones is here!

New today

Game of Thrones, Take the Black Stout


Ommegang and HBO® announce the newest beer in the Game of Thrones® collaboration series. Through its first three seasons, the critically acclaimed drama has become the biggest show on HBO. Take the Black Stout follows the highly coveted Iron Throne Blonde Ale, which flew off of shelves earlier this year. 

Inspired by the brotherhood of the Night’s Watch, Take the Black Stout was made to be deep, dark and complex like those who have sworn the oath to defend Westeros against threats from the north. The label depicts the Weirwood tree where Jon Snow recited the oath before joining the Night’s Watch.

Thursday, September 12, 2013

New today

Erdinger Octoberfest
Victoria Cerveza
Evil Twin Femme Fatale Yuzu Pale IPA
Evil Twin Spicy Nachos Pale Ale w/ Jalapenos

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

New today

Wachusett Country Pale Ale
Hoppin' Frog Barrel Aged Frogs Hollow Double Pumpkin
Doc's Draught Pumpkin Cider
Green Flash Green Bullet Triple IPA
Anderson Valley Fall Hornin' Pumpkin Ale

Now on draught

City Island Pale Ale 5.6% -- $8.99
Peekskill Simple Sour 5.2% -- $8.99
Founders All Day IPA 4.7% -- $9.99
Upstate Brewing IPW 6.5% -- $9.99
Founders Centennial IPA 7.2% --$10.99
Rushing Duck Panic on Funkotron Wild Ale 6.1% -- $9.99 
16 Mile Responders Ale 4.2% -- $9.99
* prices for 64 oz other sizes available

Monday, September 9, 2013

Draught update

Rushing Duck Panic on Funkotron replaces Bluepoint Hoptical Illusion on draught.

Panic on Funkotron is the second installment of our summer Brett trilogy. Panic is an IPA fermented with 100% Brettanomyces yeast. Light in color and brewed with 40 % wheat the beer is crisp and refreshing. The Pacific Northwest hops and the Brettanomyces yeast give the beer a deeply complex fruity flavor. The beer has notes of grapefruit, pineapple and papaya.

Friday, September 6, 2013

New today

 new today;

Wolf 7
Hoppin' Frog Barrel Aged Double Pumpkin
Verzet Oud Bruin Flemish Red Ale
Founders Breakfast Stout
R.J.Rockers Gruntled Pumpkin

Seef Bier returns.

The consolidation and transformation of the brewing industry and the beer market in the 20th century swept away numerous local andregional beer styles, with beers once ubiquitous in their own territories rapidly declining and almost being wiped from memory. Porter is perhaps the best known example, but there are more, and some are only now being rediscovered as the growing interest in specialist and craft beer drives a corresponding interest in brewing history.
One such rediscovered style is ‘seefbier’, which for over a century before World War II was the signature beer style of the city of Antwerpen and its surroundings. It’s mentioned by several Flemish authors, and in folk poems and songs. According to Domien Sleeckx, writing in 1863, seef was “a white beer [‘wit bier’] that foamed like Champagne, went to the head like port, and cost 10¢ a litre”. Lode Baekelmans, in 1904, made a similarly effervescent comparison in dubbing it “poor man’s Champagne”.
But seefbier has returned from the dead and now available through SKI. Seef falls in to the wheat beer category but it’s not a spiced style made famous by Hoegaarden. It has a double fermentation, first in the brewery and then in the bottle. Following primary fermentation, it’s matured for seven weeks to develop its full flavors and natural carbonation before being bottled.  The finished beer is 6.5% alcohol and it has a hazy pale gold color: it’s not filtered. The appealing aroma offers a pronounced lemon/citrus fruitiness with a “fresh bread” grain note and a spicy and resinous hop appeal. On the palate there’s chewy grain, tart fruit and spicy hops, while the bittersweet finish is dominated by hops and fruit. It’s finally dry and superbly quenching. It’s deceptively easy to drink despite the level of alcohol.

Thursday, September 5, 2013

New today

Firestone double DBA
Elysian Pear Ale
Abita Pecan Harvest Ale
Fisherman's Pumpkin Stout

Wednesday, September 4, 2013