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This Week in Beer: Freaking Sweet Events in Your Hood

Ribs. BBQ. Beer....events that shock and awe. Don't miss the Brew Kettle on your Cleveland Beer Week tour

I have usurped control of this column for this week. This is primarily for the sole reason that this is the most mindless and least intimidating of all of our columns. Hooked yet!? No really, I need some spiritual soul seeking, and a look at the beer calendar might just satisfy my urge.

What, pray tell, did our squad do last week, you ask? Lots.  Depending on who you asked, we either visited some pretty amazing beer taps in New Orleans (Brooklyn Detonation Imperial IPA!!!!), hung out at Brouwers Cafe’s Washington Beer Fest, dabbled in a first-time Jillian’s craft beer night, soaked up an epic and undeniably amazing Elysian Great Pumpkin Beer Fest (we all were there – no way to miss that) or we brewed a massive batch of our very first pumpkin beer during Harvest Fest 2010.

Yep, we were busy. But, as we spend the week saturating the blog with mouth-watering tales of yesteryear – we focus on the week ahead. Giddy up.

 

Monday, October 18, 2010

 

Hoptoberfest Brewer Shenanigans: Seattle, WA

All Month Long @ Beveridge Place Pub

Since we are already a bit late on this event, I thought I would borrow from the comments of the amazing people over at Washington Beer Blog, Kendall and Kim Jones. Today, they ran a piece on the Elite Eight selections for the Hoptoberfest at Beveridge Place Pub. Hoptoberfest is an annual event spanning the month, during which Beveridge Place Pub slowly eliminates IPAs to eventually select its house IPA for the next year to come.

They are now down to the final eight at the mid-point of the month and the heat is on to make the final 3. Kendall Jones at Washington Beer Blog has been discussing the rumors of brewers sending in-house squadrons down to stuff the ballot box to ensure that they land in the top 3. Black Raven is trying to remain at the top spot, while Boundary Bay is trying to grab back what was their’s just two years ago.

By 6 PM, Kendall and Kim were already there at the Pub. But since that time, nothing to report on. Hopefully, they are simply inundated with enjoyment to give us an update. Regardless, if you want IPA, you still have two weeks of madness over at Beveridge Place Pub. Check it out and don’t forget to vote.

UPDATE: Black Raven sent in a “gorilla” contingent last night. Washington Beer Blog caught it all on video and its a must see. Check it out by following this link.

 

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

 

Can You Handle the Randall?: Cleveland, Ohio

Part 1: 4:30 – 6:30PM @ Winking Lizard Tavern (Gateway Location)

Part 2: 7:00 – 9:00 PM @ Winking Lizard Tavern (Cleveland Heights Location)

If you have yet to explore the wonderful world of Dogfish Head Randalls – do not miss this event! Dogfish Head started using Randall at many of their nationwide events several years back. If you have no idea what this is, check this picture, and then understand that you stuff it full of flavorful things and pump beer through it.

We have had the pleasure of tasting the Aprihop with fresh apricots and hops, as well as the 90 Minute Double IPA with Woodford Reserve soaked oak chips. Both were incredible. Well, now here is your chance at two different locations. More from the event pub kit:

Part 1

Donn B. from Dogfish Head and Kev from Winking Lizard hit the Gateway Winking Lizard Tavern with Randall the Enamel Animal and a keg of 90 Minute IPA! Randall will be packed full of fresh hops and filter the 90 Minute IPA through it imparting even more hoppiness into an already ultra-hoppy Imperial IPA!

Part 2

Randall the Enamel Animal leaves Gateway to make an appearance at the Coventry Winking Lizard Tavern. This time Randall gets packed full of fresh Saaz hops and hooked up to a keg of Dogfish Head Midas Touch. Find out what happens to Midas Touch, Dogfish Head’s mead-like ale, when it gets filtered through Saaz hops! Can you handle Randall?

 

 

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

 

Farm to Table & Field to Pint: Boulder, CO

7:00 – 10:00PM @ Avery Brewing Company

Everybody is going local these days. Join the movement.

Freshcraft is a new bar and restaurant in downtown Denver, with an impressive beer list. They are joining forces with one of our favorites, Avery Brewing, for a night of local food and amazing beer. Check out these fairly rare Avery brews:

Freshcraft is one of Denver’s hottest new craft beer / fresh food joints to hit the scene. Owners Jason and Lucas have a particular fondness for great beer, and that’s where we come in! Freshcraft has devised a three course meal paired with three Avery brews (duganA, Fumator and Out of Sight), and Society members can sit down the for the entire meal or pick and items a la carte. The Avery crew will be out in force for this evening, and Freshcraft will be bringing a speaker from one of their local produce suppliers to talk about farm to table.

 

Thursday, October 21, 2010

 

Founders Night: Cleveland, Ohio

Part of Cleveland Beer Week!!!

6:30 – 9:30 PM @ The Brew Kettle

This is one of our favorite joints in all of Cleveland. The Brew Kettle is putting on a pretty special lineup for the festivities of Cleveland Beer Week, which spans from this past weekend through the end of this weekend.

The Brew Kettle is down in Strongsville, OH, about 20 minutes outside downtown Cleveland. This place has amazing BBQ, phenomenal taps and even a U-Brew component in the back.

We noticed their quite impressive affiliation with Grand Rapids brewer (and my personal favorite) Founders Brewing when we visited back in September. Here is a chance to meet the brewer and taste their hop shocker, Devil Dancer Triple IPA:

Come meet Founder’s John Host and Dave Engbers as they walk you through a lineup of six beers which will include some seasonal/specialty offerings including DEVIL DANCER TRIPLE I.P.A. The beers will be complemented with different appetizers.

For a backup event: do not miss Light Up Night at the ABC Tavern in Cleveland. Founders Brewing’s & Victory Brewing’s brewers will be on hand to pour their amazing ales until 2:00 AM!

 

Friday, October 22, 2010

 

Naked City Brewing’s 2nd Anniversary Party: Seattle, Washington

All day long @ Naked City Brewing & Taphouse

You might have read about this can’t miss event on our website today. I am re-posting because of the urgency of this event. Its happening one day only people – be there. Here is the presser:

Join us for Naked City’s 2nd Anniversary Celebration Friday, October 22nd Open-Close! We will have prize giveaways and some very special one-off beers on tap for the occasion. Here is a sampling: Double Header Anniversary Ale (Oak Aged Imperial IPA) New Riders of the Purple Sage (Blackberry Sage Porter) Tay Yay Inna Win (Barrel Aged Sour Ale) Whiskey Oaked Brimstone & Treacle (Cask Old Ale) The Big Lebrewski (White Russian Imperial Stout) Boo Radley Pumpkin Ale Big Chocolate Wood (2010 Pro-Am by Dan Hansen & Will Fredin) Broken Bicycle (Fresh Hop Saison) You get the picture…Mark your calendars!!!

Backup event: I would have made this THE event, but I feel partial. If you are in Cleveland for beer week, do not miss this one-time event at The Brew Kettle:

Tapping of a keg of Breakfast Stout that was brewed in 2008. Part of Brew Kettle’s vintage and rare keg tapping series (every day at 5pm during Cleveland Beer Week).

 

Saturday, October 23, 2010

 

Bay Area Craft Beer Fest: Martinez, California (near Vallejo, CA)

12:00 (VIP start time) or 1:00 – 5:00 PM @ Martinez Waterfront Park

This is the first go-round for this festival. But, its located in a very cool inland area on the Bay and it has a fairly exhaustive list of Bay Area brewers on tap.

Check out the website for further details on the festival layout and how to get there. Ticket prices are $35.00, and they offer a DD option.

Check out the list right here:

21st Amendment Brewery
Third Street AleWorks
Ale Industries
Bear Republic Brewing Co.
Black Diamond Brewing Co.
Blue Frog Grog & Grill
Firestone Walker Brewing Co.
Gordon Biersch Brewery
Grand Teton Brewing Co.
Hoppy Brewing Company
Iron Springs Pub & Brewery
Lagunitas Brewing Co.
Lost Coast Brewery
Marin Brewing Co.
Russian River Brewing Co.
Sierra Nevada
Speakeasy Ales & Lagers
Stone Brewing
Trumer Brauerei
Two Rivers Cider Co.
Uncommon Brewers

Amazing Alternative: Check out the Pizza Port Hoptoberfest! This string of Southern California brewpubs took major metal home from GABF this year:

Join us for a rooftop party with lots of hoppy beers and a Pig Roast! We’ll be pouring around 40 (yes 40!) beers with tasty hops… wet hops, IPAs, Imperials IPAs, and maybe even a worthy strong pale ale or two!

For your convenience and hoppiness, we’ll also be running a bus from Pizza Port Solana Beach and Pizza Port Carlsbad up to the event. $54 includes roundtrip transportation, beer on the bus, and admission into Hoptoberfest. Bus trip ticket will be on sale at pizzaport.com

 

Sunday, October 24, 2010

 

BeerTownAustin & Craft Austin Bike Pub Crawl: Austin, Texas

2:00 – 6:00 PM @ Flying Saucer, Draught House, Thunderbird Coffee Koenig, Billy’s On Burnet, Black Star Co-op

We very seldom come across a beer event down in Texas. But, if we were to find one, we would guess it would be in Austin.

Two great Austin beer groups are joining forces to put together one heck of a beer crawl by bike. So hop on your pedal machine and get moving. You do not want to miss this one:

Join us Sunday, October 24th for the most epic of pub crawls. It will be a clash of the fanboy titans as BeerTownAustin and Craft Austin go head-to-head in gruesome bike-pub-crawling. There will be biking. There will be pub crawling. There may be copying/pasting.

We will start the ride at Flying Saucer, hit up Draught House, then onto Billy’s on Burnet, with a swing through Thunder Bird, and end up at Black Star Co-op, with local beer specials along the way for everyone on the ride.

 

Have anything else to announce? Feel free to post below in comments or contact us at beerblotter@gmail.com! Have good beer drinking!

 

Friday Happenings? What to Do Tonight in Seattle

July 23, 2010 1 comment

Its here. Hope you have a ticket already.

After a daring 3 post day yesterday, I am a bit spent. I really enjoyed the 52 Weeks on the Pub at Third Place, put together by Timperial Stout. That place looks awesome.

We followed that up with two afternoon posts, discussing our love for Tour de Fat and our shocked response to BrewDog’s latest grog. It took a lot out of me.

So, for today you get a little perspective on what the hell is happening in Seattle and where you need to be on this beautiful Friday evening:

Capitol Hill Block Party

First and foremost, this is on top of the list. This Capitol Hill music festival takes over the hill for the entire weekend. Those of you who were lucky to score $60 weekend passes probably noticed that they are going for over $300 now on Craigslist. Who would have thought that live music was an investment?

Anyways, If you are headed to the hill tonight, you will get to see the likes of Yeasayer, MGMT, Bear in Heaven, Holy Fuck and Jaguar Love. The lineup is pretty damn good.

The problem with CHBP is the lack of enjoyable ales. Typically, you are restrained to a few bars in the Pike & Pine Street area, between 10th and 12th Avenues. There are a few bars here, most notably Quinns, which has an amazing bottle list and typically a few good taps. Last year, they had most of their taps shut down to fill them with PBR and Mannys. Hopefully that is not the case again this year.

My memory was that I took off the bad sets and headed over to Odd Fellows Cafe to grab a Firestone Walker Union Jack. You can also head up to 12th and grab one of the amazing craft beers at Elysian Brewing.

In the words of “the goat”: “have good mosh-pitting.”

Superstars on at Brouwers Cafe

Well they never cease to amaze us with their incredible collection of beer on draft. Today they have two of my absolute favorite beers on earth: my favorite Imperial IPA and a Top 5 Sour Ale. From their Facebook:

Brouwer’s Cafe Just two of the many delicious beers on draft. We still have RR Supplication. We just tapped a keg of thus years batch of Boundary Bay’s Imperial Ipa.

The Beer Junction Hosts First Tasting

The Beer Junction is a quality bottle shop that just opened over in West Seattle. They are hosting their first-ever tasting event this evening. Guess who is the guest: Stone Brewing.  From their twitter:

@thebeerjunction 1st tasting [today] w/ Stone! 5-8pm- pale ale, cali-belgique IPA, 14th anniversary IPA, Oaked Arrogant Bastard, Russian Stout $2 tasting fee.

Naked City Blows Me Away

I love this place. Let me say it again – I love it. No place in Seattle offers you the amazing bar dichotomy of a brewery and a tap house. Right now they are showcasing their tap house abilities, with an amazing list of micros.

Check out their ever-evolving tap list at their website. But here is a snapshot: Russian River Consecration (Amatuer Hour’s favorite beer), Double Mountain Bonne Idee (our favorite saison made in US), Walking Man Homo Erectus, and Russian River Pliny the Elder (for all you Pliny Watchers out there).

Regardless of where you end up – it looks to be a heck of a night! Anything else that we missed? Post in comments below.

Events for the week of May 10, 2010

Brouwer's Cafe in Seattle: Where the magic happens.

This Thursday marks the opening day of Seattle Beer Week, so events might be a bit Seattlecentric for the next week or two.   For those of you who live in Seattle- awesome for you and for those of you who do not, its time to visit!

Monday, May 10, 2010

FredFest 2010: Portland, Oregon

6:00PM-10:00PM @ Hair of the Dog Brewing Co.

The date of this event recently changed from May 8th to May 10th. Check out our post for more information on the event.

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Belgium Beer Fest: Santa Monica, California

4:00PM- 12:00AM @ the Library Ale House

This is just the beginning of a two-week festival featuring, you guessed it, Belgium style beers.  Guests can purchase a logo Chimay glass for $15 and refill it with one of the 8 rotating Belgian handles for only $5 during the entire two weeks of the festival. Each beer will be on for one keg only, so once its gone.. its gone.  This event stars: Goose Island‘s Matilda, Urthel Hop-it, Russian River‘s Consecration and many more.

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Great Beers of the Great Lakes: Bronx, New York

7:00PM-9:00PM @ the Bronx Ale House

You know we have an affinity for beers from the Mid-West and now you lucky New Yorkers can drink up and report back. Beers from Founders Brewing Co. and Erie Brewing Co. will be available for your enjoyment. Cheers!

Thursday, May 13, 2010

OPENING DAY FOR SEATTLE BEER WEEK!!: Seattle, Washington

5:00PM @ Hales Ales Pub

Kick it off with visits to Hale’s Brewery for the featured SBW beer on cask, Shultzy’s Sausage for a special imported cask and end the night at Naked City Taphouse for some special Washington beers on tap!

Friday, May 14, 2010

Back in Black Stout Night: Seattle, Washington

3:00PM-3:00AM @ Brouwer’s Cafe

All I can say, is “Thank God this is on a Friday night.” With a line up of rare and wonderful stouts on tap, surely a beer lover will need a day to recover. Brouwer’s Cafe always gets the finest selections for these events, so if you’re a stout fan, this is not to be missed!

Lazy Boy Brewing Night: Seattle, Washington

5:00PM- close @ Naked City Taphouse

Come join Shawn Loring, owner and brewer for a night of special Lazy Boy Brewing beers! Prizes and giveaways will also be in the mix.

Saturday, May 15, 2010

Tour de Pints: Seattle, Washington

11:00AM @ Pike Brewing Co.

Grab your helmet, check your brakes and jump on your bike.  Today is full of physical activity rewarded with plenty o’ beer. The Seattle Beer Week website states:

The 2010 Seattle Beer Week Tour de Pints, a bike ride with stops at some great beer bars, is now upon us. If you were there last year, we will be following a very similar route. Only one Feat of Strength this year as we hope to keep the group more together. We plan to spend about 30-45 mins at each location.

Route is as follows:

11am – Pike Brewing; Brouwers Cafe; The Dray; Naked City Taphouse; Fiddlers Inn (FOS) or Latona Pub (FOW); Shultzys Sausage; Whiskey Bar and Elysian Fields.

Sunday, May 16, 2010

Brett Brunch: Seattle, Washington

11:00AM- 2:00PM @ Hudson Public House

This is my dream brunch:

Brett Brunch!  Four beer, three course brunch featuring the sour beers of Russian River, Cascade, New Belgium, and Jolly Pumpkin paired with Chef Nicole’s special brunch menu.  $30/pp plus tax and tip.

Seattle Beer Week- if only I could take a vacation from work to enjoy all of the amazing events lined up EVERY DAY. Those of you who get to go to an event, please email me at jess@beerblotter.com or leave a comment. I want to live vicariously through you!

Seattle Beer Week 2010: One Week From the Opening Ceremonies

SBW 2010 approaches. Primed liver - check. Requested time off - check....

The dawn of Seattle’s epic 10 day beer mania approaches. Are you ready?

Seattle Beer Week 2010 is one week away and already the schedule explodes with events. Lets take them one at a time though, shall we?

Lets start with the Opening Ceremonies, which begin May 13, 2010. The night starts off with the annual Seattle Beer Week keg tapping at this year’s brewer – Hales Brewery.

The pandemonium will continue on over at Schultzy’s Sausage in the University District – which the subject of our most recent 52 Weeks column article.

Last but certainly not least, the crowd will head over to Naked City Brewery & Taphouse in Greenwood (one of our favorites).

We hope to see you all out, as much as can be done without losing your jobs.

For easy access to all that is Seattle Beer Week, we have added a linked image to the top of our website. You can click the link to visit their web page, or otherwise follow them on Twitter or Facebook; or get updates on your phone by texting “SBW” to 839863.

Seattle Thursday: Events include Beer at Beveridge Place and Art at OHGE, Ltd.

OHGE Ltd's new show opens tonight!

Well well, its Thursday and that signals the beginning of the perennial Easter 4-day drinking weekend! We are looking forward to a pub crawl on Saturday in Georgetown to celebrate Beer Blotter writer Timperial Stout’s new role with Lazy Boy Brewing. Then on Sunday, a magnificent Waterwheel Lounge Brunch up in Ballard!

But for tonight – what say we? Here are some options:

 

  • Beer? Go to Beveridge Place Pub

 
Seattle Beer News put out an article illustrating the mind melding lineup that Beveridge Place Pub will be showcasing tonight. From Geoff’s site:

….. Beveridge Place Pub always has plenty of great beers on tap. But, tonight they plan to throw on gems such as Green Flash Le Freak Belgian IPA, Bockor Cuvee des Jacobins Flanders Red, Catherine the Great Imperial Brown Stout, Port Mongo Double IPA, Dogfish Head Aprihop, and more.


Plus, don’t forget that their month-long I.P.April kicks off today as well. A dozen of their taps will pour IPAs all month long.

Yuck. Ok, April Fools. This is amazing.

 

  • More Beer. Go to Naked City

 
Ohhhhh, its beer you like. Well then hop on over to Naked City Taphouse to sample a little firkin love from Firestone Walker. Tonight the bar will be serving a firkin of the brewery’s Double Barrel Ale (DBA).

Should go pretty fast, but if they run out, do not despair. Take a gander at this taplist:

Port Townsend Imperial Bourbon Porter – my goodness gracious this beer is incredible.

Black Raven Brouwers 5 – no secret that their IPAs are the best in Washington at this point. This one is intriguing; rye and lemongrass – yum.

Naked City Impact – The brewery’s own double IPA. I still haven’t had this one, but dying to give it a try. If anyone has had it, please leave a comment below with some notes.

 

  • Art. Go to OHGE, Ltd. for an incredible opening.

 
***This event includes beer, so we will call it “Bert” (beer + art – we’re clever).

Feeling like you need a little culture? Want to enjoy the best of both beer and art? Then head over to the international district to see the OHGE, Ltd. opening this evening. The event begins at 6 PM and yes, there is beer. Lazy Boy’s Amber will be on tap.

OHGE, Ltd.  is an art space owned by Alex Ohge and managed/curated by Erin Toale. Their show “You’re so cool” opens tonight, showcasing art from 16 amazing artists from around the country.

Stop by, check out some amazing art, whet your whistle with some of Everett, WA’s finest, and applaud Erin Toale on her latest and greatest.  Hope to see you all there!

Props to Local Seattle Bar: Naked City

Naked City: Congrats on making the Top 50 List!

Every year, ratebeer.com publishes their “Top 50″ lists. Top beers, top beer bars, top retired beers, Beer Gods’ top beers….you get the point. Local Seattle beer bar, Naked City Taphouse clenched spot 42 out of 50 for best beer bar in the US of A. CONGRATS!

Naked City is just over a year old and has an undeniable cult following.  Let us divulge why Naked City made the Top 50 Best Beer Bars on ratebeer.com and why its one of Beer Blotter’s favorites as well. First of all, Naked City is one of the only beer bars in the entire country that consistently updates their tap list online via the bar’s website and twitter page. The moment a tap is changed, the bartender or manger on duty heads to the back and inputs the information into a computerized register. Once the new beer is selected in the register, the twitter page and website are automatically updated.  Its like magic.

 With an extensive tap list of approximately 2 dozen beers, there is always something for everyone and a wide range of breweries.  Speaking of breweries, Naked City has several beers on tap that are made in house. Currently, the following Naked City beers are on tap: Brother Orchid- Abbey Style Brown Ale; Simplicity- Belgium Style Singel; Une Terreur Sainte- Belgium Style Strong Golden; and Hoptrocity.

Monthly, sometimes weekly events range from a previews of local beer festivals to featured brewers nights.  Come early if you want a seat or wait and mingle with the crowd. Either way your guarenteed to have a great time and an amazing beer.

Whats Up At Your Bar?: Whats on Tap Tonight in Seattle

December 22, 2009 Leave a comment

Big Time Brewery Kicks off Winter Beer Series @ Latona!

Ok ok, you know we are from Seattle. Despite our best attempts to keep this blog all about beer and not just Seattle beer – it just tends to lean that way. Its our backyard!

In any event there are some great offerings out there in the NW corner this week – lets discuss:

Naked City Taphouse:

Port Brewing Santa’s Little Helper – an incredible imperial stout with a kick of spice. If you have never had this you are missing one of America’s best Chrsitmas beers.

Naked City Hoptricity – the fourth (we think) offering in the Naked City regulars, this beer is supposedly stunning, raves Naked City’s own, Rachaal.

Avery The Czar – one of the top stouts, this beer will warm you up with its incredible body and roasty nose.

Black Raven Wisdom Seeker – my favorite NW IPA of 2009. This is extremely limited and is actually a double. Drink this before its gone.

Sierra Nevada Juniper Black Ale – have not heard too much of this offering. Sounds interesting though.

Malt & Vine

For you eastsiders. Also, did you all know that they recently updated and changed their website – much more manageable!

Anchor Our Special Ale 2008 – Last year’s version did fairly well among beer critics. This Christmas ale wont last long.

Ommegang Rouge – I love that this keeps popping up lately. Probably the most widely loved and sold sour in America, upstate NY’s brewer does it well.

St. Bernardus Belgian Christmas Ale – They make Abt 12. This is not very far off in quality.

Latona Pub

Latona is rocking a heavy Big Time influenced menu – which is fine by us. This kicks off Winter Beer Series that is going down over the next few months:

Big Time Jeezum Crow IPA – This one was had at WA Brewers Fest and its sweet as hell (as in sugar content). Very enjoyable with some x-mas cookies i presume!

Big Time Dark Days – a dark IPA with some punch. Read The Pickled Liver’s review of it here.

Left Hand 400 Lb Monkey – another IPA that borders on the edge of too sweet. But worth the try alongside a Jeezum Crow.

Bottleworks

I am skipping the pour list – though a nice pint of Flying Dog’s Gonzo sounds good – to discuss the post about their cellar sale that began late yesterday:

From the site:

Annual Holiday Cellar Sale in progress!

Every year around this time we dive into our cellar and release a few of the goodies contained within. As always, bottle limits apply to certain items and quantities are scarce. Happy Holidays!

Domestic Craft:
Allagash Victoria 2006 750ml (ME)
Avery Czar Imperial Stout 2008 22oz (CO)
Avery Fifteen 22oz (CO)
Butte Creek Train Wreck Barleywine 22oz (CA)
Dogfish Head Burton Baton 2007 12oz (DE)
Fish Leviathan Barleywine 2000 750ml (WA)
Hair of the Dog Doggie Claws 2006 12oz (OR)
Hair of the Dog Fred Batch #23 1.5L Magnum (OR)

Hair of the Dog Matt 12oz (OR)
Lost Abbey 10 Commandments 2008 750ml (CA)
Lost Abbey Judgement Day 2007 750ml (CA)
Maritime Jolly Roger 2005 12oz (WA)
Maritime Jolly Roger 2007 12oz (WA)
New Belgium Bottleworks X Anniversary 750ml (CO)
New Belgium La Folie 2007 750ml (CO)
Pike Old Bawdy 2006 12oz (WA)
Rogue Ten Thousand Brew 750ml (OR)
Russian River Deviation 750ml (CA)
Victory Storm King 2007 12oz (PA)

Imports:
De Dolle Brouwers Oerbier Reserva 2002 330ml (Belgium)
De Dolle Brouwers Oerbier Reserva 2006 330ml (Belgium)
De Dolle Brouwers Stille Nacht 2002 330ml (Belgium)
De Ranke Cuvée 2007 750ml (Belgium)
De Ranke Kriek 2006 750ml (Belgium)
Dubuisson Scaldis Noël 2006 750ml (Belgium)
Dupont Avec Les Bons Voeux 2006 750ml (Belgium)
Het Anker Gouden Carolus Noël 2004 750ml (Belgium)
Het Anker Gouden Carolus Noël 2005 750ml (Belgium)


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