04 April 2011

You like bourbon-barrel-aged beers from Colorado? How about spiced beers? Or English casks?

Max's this Wednesday (below text edited/corrected):

SPECIAL WEDNESDAY EVENT

WEDNESDAY. APRIL 6, 2011

5PM TILL CLOSE

BOULDER BREWERY BLOWOUT


We will be putting on draft thirteen very special Boulder Brewery beers. These beers are very limited and Marvin (Boulder Brewery representative) was kind enough to get them for us. So this is a rare chance to taste these one-off rarities.


WE WILL HAVE ON DRAFT:

Boulder Planet Porter aged 4 Months in Bourbon Barrels w/ Vanilla Beans

Boulder Mojo

Boulder Mojo Risin

Boulder Mojo Aged 4 Months in Bourbon Barrels

Boulder Oboviod aged 3 Months in Bourbon Barrels

Boulder Never Summer Aged 3 Months in Bourbon Barrels

Boulder Never Summer Aged 3 Months in Bourbon Barrels Spiced w/ Nutmeg and Cinnamon

Boulder Sweaty Betty

Boulder Saison Fermented and Aged in Oak Barrels

Boulder Killer Penguin Aged 6 Montrhs in Bourbon Barrels

Boulder Chai Porter aged 3 Months in Bourbon Barrels w/ Chai Tea

Boulder Single Track Aged 4 Months in Bourbon Barrels

Boulder Hazed & Infused
Meanwhile, at tomorrow's usual Tuesday beer social, a British cask line-up:
Thornbridge Kipling- 5.2% English South Pacific Style Pale [oh, NOW what? What's a "South Pacific Style Pale"?]
Thornbridge Wild Swan 3.5% English White Gold Pale [as opposed to yellow gold??]
Harviestoun Schiehallion 4.8% Scottish lager

1 comment:

Jake said...

The brewer's being cheeky. It's a "South Pacific" pale ale because it's single hopped with New Zealand's Nelson Sauvin. If you haven't had a beer made with these before, do try it. IMO, this beer best showcases the Nelson hop.