Beer Tasting: Classics vs. New Breed
February 10, 2016 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
For our next tasting, we’ll be doing a riff on our classic “Old World vs. New World” that we normally feature during Craft Beer Week. We’ll highlight four countries, ten beers total; for each country, there will be a classic beer of the region, followed by a new-school brewery from that same place. We’re doubling up on Belgium, because of course we are. See below for the list, date, time, and pricing.
Rochefort (est. 1595) 10 – Trappist quadrupel
Struise (est. 2008) Cuvee Delphine – Black Albert Imperial Stout aged in Four Roses bourbon barrels (on tap!)
Orval (est. 1931) – Trappist pale ale w/brettanomyces refermentation
Alvinne (est. 2004) Phi – Strong golden sour
Weihenstephaner (est. 1040) Vitus – Blonde Weizenbock
The Monarchy (est. 2009) Methusalem Holunderheimer – Strong altbier
La Trappe (est. 1884) Quadrupel – Trappist quadrupel, amber-colored
De Molen (est. 2004) Hemel & Aarde – Smoked imperial stout
Timothy Taylor (est. 1858) Landlord – British bitter/pale ale
Buxton (est. 2009) Red Raspberry Rye – Rye Berliner weisse w/raspberries
Reservations are $23/person, and registration is open now!