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Danish Craft Beer Week

Citizens,
Strange how quickly each year this week comes around(Danish Craft Beer Week) .To help celebrate this great concept of the Danes to promote their Craft Beer Industry we have two of their best (Beer Here & Amager)with new stuff.

NEW STUFF:

Amager/Cigar City Game of Arms Imperial Liqorice Porter 8.2% 500ml
Should anybody ever ask us which two breweries in the craft beer world are the two manliest, we wouldn’t hesitate for a second before naming Tampa’s Cigar City and our very own Amager Bryghus. Whenever the two breweries meet, their main brass will engage in the manly sport of arm wrestling - be it in the brewhouse, in the tap room or in a random bar. All friendly playing around of course, and always with the same outcome: a humiliating defeat for the Tampa boys. Not only will our big man, head brewer Jacob Storm, beat them but so will fellow founder and CEO Morten Lundsbak - and both with right and left hand. Last time we met the Tampa boys, they pulled out saying they didn’t really care much for arm wrestling anymore. Nevertheless this beer was originally brewed and released by Cigar City under the name "Top Roll", apparently the name of a secret arm wrestling technique all employees at Cigar City must now learn to keep their job. All in the faint hope that maybe, just maybe one day one of them will beat an Amager boy. At Amager we shrug, and smile politely and wish them nothing but the best of luck. 

96 Points on Rate Beer

Amager/Lervig Brown Boobies Falling  7.5% 500ml
It is said that that the first Europeans to experience the impact of a falling coconut were a group of Portuguese sailors. Under the command of Duarte Barbosa, captain of the Victoria on a voyage more than 500 years ago, a landing party was sent to investigate a small coral island in what is thought to be the present day Maldives. The crewmen however got utterly lost on the Island and decided to rest under an unknown palm tree. Sliding into an exhausted sleep they were quickly woken by what they first thought to be giant droppings from the infamous Brown Boobies, a giant seabird known to be a constant nuisance to sailors when out of a sudden they would fall from the sky in a Stuka-like attack fashion. Relieved they were, the poor sailors, when they realized they were under no booby attack, but simply the victims of falling coconuts. And ever since that day coconuts have been a very popular ingredient in foods as diverse as chocolate bars and Imperial Porters. Actually it’s on that very Maldive island the first Coconut Porter is said to have been brewed. And that dear friends is a true story. 

96 Points on Rate Beer

Amager/ Fonta Flora The Lady of Cofitachequi 7% 500ml
Morganton in Western North Carolina, today home of the Fonta Flora Brewery led by its creative mastermind Todd Boera, who gives emphasis to using local Appalachian ingredients in his beers whenever possible. Todd’s vision that ”fermentation is yet another medium for creating art” is much more than just a phrase, it’s the actual ideology behind the brewery. However, what few people outside the US know, is that this area plays an important role in American history. 500 years ago it was a proud mainstay of several native American chiefdoms. Joara being one of them, neigbouring Cofitachequi being another. This beer is named after the mythical chieftainness “The Lady of Cofitachequi” who is believed to be one of few – if not the only – female native American rulers. Taken prisoner by invading Spanish conquistadores, on an insatiable hunt for gold, this proud lady managed to escape and rejoin with her people. The invaders built several forts in an attempt to control the area, only to see them all destroyed and burned down by local warriors months later. Only one out of 120 Spaniards is said to have survived. The defeat effectively ended all Spanish attempts to colonize the area. The Lady and her fellow chieftains were again rulers of their own land. 

96 Points on Rate Beer

Amager La Santa Muerte Imperial Honey Stout 10% 500ml
A dark and brooding Imperial Stout to give you courage, and even protect, on the night of La Santa Muerte. A rich stout thick with notes of dark malt, chocolate and honey.

99 Points on Rate Beer

Amager/Nogne O The Gay Gondolier Imperial Caffe Latte Brown 8% 500ml
Her name was Gunnvor. His name was Giacomo. Giacomo first met Gunnvor when she and her dad entered his gondola one summer morning in Venice. How far he paddled and for how long he doesn’t remember. He only had eyes for the beauty of this fair, young Norwegian lady. When Gunnvor and her dad returned to her hometown of Grimstad, Giacomo tagged along leaving behind his beloved Venice and his craving for excellent coffee. He was in a trance with no will of his own. And although he serenaded in front of Gunnvor’s house all through summer he was rewarded by nothing but a slammed door from her dad. Gunnvor left her hometown, presumably marrying a fair fishing millionaire in Ålesund. Giacomo stayed behind in Grimstad, rowing tourists across the fiord. In spite of his broken heart he would be known as The Gay Gondolier for his high pitched beautiful serenading, that left no woman untouched on the fiord, in his gondola, in the sunshine – serving the best Latte in town. But one day Giacomo was gone. An old lady on the island of Håkallene was the last to see him, staggering west towards the setting sun. The Gay Gondolier had left for good.

 Amager The Bastard Princess Double Dry Hopped New England Style IPA 6% 500ml
Throughout history Danish kings have been known for two things: 1. A strange desire to declare war on far superior enemies. 2. A libido even exceeding their lust for powder and cannonballs. One king had such success in the crown canopy bed that his many sons and daughters at one point were happily installed as kings, princes and princesses at royal courts all over Europe. however this particular king couldn't keep his royal pecker in his pants, so he continued to spread his royal seed with court servants and kitchen maids.
Every so often this royal fornication would lead to the birth of a bastard child with half royal genes. The mother would then be secretly expelled from the court for being a shrewd temptress!
This beer, The Bastard Princess, is named after just such a fourth generation royal bastard whose noble ancestry was a well kept family secret for many years. But why hide the fact that you have royal blood in your veins - even if you are indeed just a bastard?

97 Points on Rate Beer

Beer Here Yeasiality 7% 750ml
The frothing lovechild of those days and nights of fermentation is what is now clenched in your damp fist. Add in the ambrosial odor and blissful bitterness of fruity hops and what you may soon put to your lips is nothing short of ecstasy.


Beer Here Black Luck 10.5% Imperial Stout 750ml
Imperial stout brewed with lots of roasted grain and molasses. Spiced with Ethiopian coffee and our own vanilla tincture. 
Thick and luscious mouthfeel and notes of chocolate, milk and toasted hazelnuts.

97 Points on Rate Beer

Drink well

Ian

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Posted: 29/06/2017
BIG HEAVIES - Harviestoun Brewery Scotland

Citizens,
Winter has finally come, this brewery produces outstanding Old Ales.

PS - Only a few tickets left for Session 1 at SCB&CF17 - CLICK HERE

NEW ON THE SHELF:

Harviestoun Ola Dubh 12 Old Ale 8% 330ml
Ola Dubh (pronounced ‘ola-doo’ and Gaelic for ‘black oil’) was conceived in 2007. It was the first ale to be matured in whisky barrels from a named distillery and, with traceable casks and numbered bottles, it is a beer with real provenance.
To make Ola Dubh 12, we take our Old Engine Oil and age it for up to 6 months in casks that previously held Highland Park 12 Year Old single malt. And it is ready only when our head brewer, Stuart, deems it ready! A special release aged in ex-Sherry Cask.
Ola Dubh 12 pours black with a modest spattered head that reduces slowly, leaving behind textbook lacing. The aroma is delicious; smoky Worcestershire sauce, leather, iodine and grilled steak. Flavours of smoky-sweet malts, roasted peat, coffee beans and a well-bittered finish. Overall this is a rather exotic brew with a defined barrel influence. It’s refined rather than over the top and very delicious indeed.
Rate Beer 98 Points

Harviestoun Old Engine Oil Engineers Reserve Blackest Ale 9% 330ml
We brewed this after feedback from the USA suggested the abv of our original Old Engine Oil (6%) was too low for their tastes… So we created this intensely flavoured but incredibly smooth 9% brew especially for them! 
Heavily-scented chocolate aroma with loads of roast malt and dark fruit. An incredibly thick, creamy mouthfeel. Loads of chocolate flavours, some coffee and a sweet, fruity note to boot. There’s some alcohol in there (it is 9% abv after all!) but instead of being a separate element, it elegantly ties all the complex flavours together. This is Old Engine Oil turned up to 11 in every way.
Rate Beer 98 Points

Harviestoun Ola Dubh 16  Old Ale 8% 330ml
Like the others, Ola Dubh 16 pours out jet black, with a small mocha-coloured head. There’s plenty to enjoy on the nose which is a classy blend of whisky, sweet roasted malts, earthy woodland and vanilla. The flavour is rich; loaded with sweet-roasted dark malts and coffee. And just at the finish there’s nice, smoky peat hints with just a touch more bourbon than the 12.
Ola Dubh (pronounced ‘ola-doo’ and Gaelic for ‘black oil’) was conceived in 2007. It was the first ale to be matured in whisky barrels from a named distillery and, with traceable casks and numbered bottles, it is a beer with real provenance. To make Ola Dubh 16, we take our Old Engine Oil (amped up to 10.5%) and age it for up to 6 months in casks that previously held Highland Park 16 Year Old single malt. And it is ready only when our head brewer, Stuart, deems it ready!
Rate Beer 99 Points

 

Harviestoun Ola Dubh 18  Old Ale 8% 330ml
The initial whisky hit on the nose gives way to more delicate aromas of chocolate, fruity coffee grounds and hints of woodland berries. The flavour is a very appetising blend of sweet malts, vanilla, oak and tobacco. It has undertones of raisins and other dark, dried fruits; a delicious testament to Highland Park’s bias toward sherry casks.
Ola Dubh (pronounced ‘ola-doo’ and Gaelic for ‘black oil’) was conceived in 2007. It was the first ale to be matured in whisky barrels from a named distillery and, with traceable casks and numbered bottles, it is a beer with real provenance. To make Ola Dubh 18, we take our Old Engine Oil (amped up to 10.5%) and age it for up to 6 months in casks that previously held Highland Park 18 Year Old single malt. And it is ready only when our head brewer, Stuart, deems it ready!
Rate Beer 99 Points

PS - There will be discounted pricing on the 100 or so lines that we are tasting at the Fair on Sat, starting from late Friday through to Tuesday -  Instore only

Drink well

Ian

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Posted: 22/06/2017
Kereru Masterclass with Brewers Chris and Natasha

G'day, 

For the first time (but surely not the last), The Oak Barrel is pleased to host Chris and Natasha as they present their range in our Cellar Room on Wednesday 28th June. They’ve both promised to bring some interesting bits and pieces from their tanks along as well, so expect the unexpected.

After a move from the US in 2002, Chris Mills and his wife, Natasha, decided to turn their home brew hobby of 20 years into a reality in 2010, and thus, Kereru Brewing was born. Named for the local pigeons that inhabit their backyard, Kereru is still a tiny commercial operation in comparison to some of the bigger guys in New Zealand. From rich, flavoured Imperial Stouts, to hoppy IPAs, to Seaweed Gose, there's something for everyone. 

New Zealand is one of the newest (and most successful) hop producers in the world, and Scott and Natasha have taken full advantage, only using native Hops and Malts for their interesting brews.

Line Up to announced soon!

WHAT: Kereru Masterclass with Brewers/Owners, Chris and Natasha
WHERE: The Oak Barrel, 152 Elizabeth St, Sydney 2000
WHEN: Wednesday 28 June, 6.15pm for a 6.30pm start
PRICE: Members $20 / Guest $25
TICKETS: [MEMBERS] / [GUESTS]

Cheers, 

P.S. Sydney Craft Beer and Cider Fair 2017 -  Session Two is SOLD OUT! Click the pic below to secure your spot to Session 1.


Posted: 08/06/2017
Sydney Craft Beer and Cider Fair 2017 - Final Call


Citizens,
We have the final line up. Word on the street is that Claire(OB) & Sam(Shenanigans) have been working away on a special brew just for the Fair. It's sounding yummy and is perfect for the colder months. Black Brewing(WA) will be pouring  variants on their milk stout 'Bao Bao' and its great to have Grifter Brewing here for the first time(Only taken 4 years)Have pushed all the Brewers  to have something new & interesting to taste on the day. 
Struggled initially to get some interesting ciders  and then managed to get Spanish, French, English & Aussie. Nice .

Our 6th Annual Fair is going to be another cracker.

TICKET ALERT
There is only a few tickets left for the Second session so if that is your preferred time slot, better be quick.

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See you there

Ian

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Posted: 07/06/2017
Tiny Rebel - Wales


Citizens,
We have had this award winning Welsh Brewery in before, this time there is a greater range ,Including cans. 

NEW ON THE SHELF:

Tiny Rebel Cali 5.6% American Pale Ale 330ml
Bigger than the beef between the Bloods and the Crips. We bring you a beer that's hopped to sh*t. Reppin' from the 'Port to Rodeo Drive. Juicy and fresh, Cali has arrived.
West Side! Our American Pale Ale is inspired by the rough and ready of the West Coast. Things aren’t always sunshine and lolipops.
Forget Beverley Hills. If you want to see the real West Coast, you need to see the streets of Compton and Westmont.
Don’t let the juicy, tropical fruit flavours fool you. This is one big, bad motherlover of an APA. Come and join our gang, homes.
90 Points on Rate Beer

Tiny Rebel CLWB Tropicana 5.5% IPA 330ml
This grown up fruit salad is as colourful as the most hideous Hawaiian shirt you’ve ever seen. It’s super juicy and crammed full of fruity hop flavours that will have your mouth watering. Imagine sitting by the pool in the blazing sun with a cocktail in one hand, but instead of a dainty little glass it’s served by the pint!
Packed full of American hops, amplified by Peach, Passionfruit, Pineapple and Mango flavours!
93 Points on Rate Beer

Tiny Rebel Dirty Stop Out 5% Smoked Oat Stout 330ml
Dark and smoky, just like a good night out. 9 malts give the beer a rich, complex body, with smoked oats giving it something completely different. To balance all the malty goodness it’s packed to the gunnels with Slovenian hops to provide an equalising bitterness that adds yet another layer of depth.
One to drink until the wee hours, before making your way home to a telling-off from mum.

Tiny Rebel Cwtch Welsh Red/Amber Ale 4.6% 330ml
Probably the best word ever. Cwtch (rhymes with butch) can mean either cuddle or cubbyhole. Grab a glass, relax and cwtch up with this untraditional Welsh red ale - a perfect blend of six caramelly malts and three citrussy American hops.
It isn’t your average bitter - the hops do more to this deep amber coloured beer than just provide bite. Any old hop can do that! We’ve selected some of the most aromatic and tangy hops from the other side of the pond to give this red a fresh hit that complements the caramel flavours of the malts that gives this beer its colour. Drinkability and balance makes this beer.
We love a good Cwtch, and we’re not the only ones…

Tiny Rebel Beat Box American Pale Ale 4.5% 330ml
Big floral notes in this American inspired ale. A little bit of pithy fruit and a little bit of grass come through on the nose, with a lingering bitterness. First brewed in 2012, we bring this easy drinking little beauty back every now and again.

Drink well

Ian

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Posted: 01/06/2017
5 Barrel - Aussie Brews


Citizens,

Five Barrels just keep on brewing great beers. Looking forward to trying what they will be tasting at our Sydney Craft Beer & Cider Fair next month.

NEW ON THE SHELF:

5 Barrel Sour Blonde 4.5% 330ml
Lightly kettle soured with a tropical fruit hop profile makes for a crisp and refreshing summer beer. 

5 Barrel Pale Ale 5.3% 330ml
Our Pale Ale is an Australian twist on a classic American style. This beer typifies the type of session beer we love to drink at Five Barrels. It is light and easy drinking with a good smack of hop flavours and aromas, chased by a light biscuity body.
We think that a good Pale Ale has to strike the right balance between the malt and the hops; it can’t be too sweet, but it can’t be too bitter either. It’s all about balance, and we think ours is pretty bloody good.

Five Barrel Milk Stout 6% 330ml
Milk Stouts contain the non-fermentable lactose sugar to add a velvety smooth body to a rich roasty beer. These are the original dessert beers, and are a perfect way to cap off a meal or just enjoy whenever you please.
The rich chocolatey flavour is apparent in the aromatics and follow through to your last sip. A velvety smooth body is sweet, but a subtle bitterness from the roasted grains and the hops help balance it out to finish well.
Enjoy a little warmer and observe how the flavours develop.

5 Barrel American IPA  7% 330ml
India Pale Ales (IPAs) highlight the amazingly varied world of hops. Our West Coast American style IPA has little to no malt character, allowing the great mix of American hops to shine.
Judicious layering of hops provides a complex set of piny, zesty, fruity flavours. Despite being nice and strong, our IPA maintains a great balance and sessionability. The dry body carries the firm bitterness and hop flavours through to finish.

Drink well

Ian

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Posted: 25/05/2017
Almanac Beer Company(USA)

Citizens,
Almanac Beer Company is a San Francisco, California gypsy brewery that makes farm-to-table beers in small batches using fruit, grains and herbs purchased from local family farms. The company has brewed both year-round table beers and special releases, as well as beers set aside from larger batches and aged in oak barrels.

RateBeer gives the Brewery 100/100 from 7717 ratings

NEW ON THE SHELF:

Almanac/ Stillwater Blueberry Jack 6.75% Sour/Wild Ale 375ml
Blueberry Jack is a psychedelic trip to flavor town. A hazy collaboration with our friends at Stillwater Artisanal Ales, it’s also the latest entry in their “Strains from Mother Nature” series. We blended together a blonde Brettanomyces-fermented ale aged in both oak barrels and foedres, then added California-grown blueberries and blackberries. After maturing, we dry-hopped the beer with reckless amounts of Citra, Mosaic, El Dorado, Simcoe, Galaxy, Nugget, and Sterling hops for a trippy, tropical-dank aroma. Pair this with freshly-picked herb salads, smoked meats and 2AM Al Pastor tacos.

98 Points on Rate Beer

Almanac Peach de Brettaville 6.8% Sour/Wild Ale 375ml
Peach de Brettaville is a harmonious marriage of fruit and beer, bringing together our love for brett saisons and farm fresh fruit. We brewed our Saison Dolores and fermented it with twelve different brettanomyces strains, and aged it in wine barrels and our foeders with plenty of juicy peaches and nectarines.

After months of maturing and blending, this saison has developed a balance between earthy funk and stone fruit sweetness with a dry, white wine-like finish, perfect for pairing with creamy cheeses and braised pork.

Our Farm to Barrel beers focus on the eons-old tradition of aging beers in oak barrels, and our de Brettaville saisons expand upon this tradition by highlighting the magical properties of wild brettanomyces yeast. We start by brewing a bright and aromatic farmhouse ale with a blend of twelve “brett” yeast strains. After a vigorous primary fermentation, the beer is racked into wine barrels to mature. In cask, the beer takes on the complex flavors of the oak, and the brettanomyces yeast creates an exotic melange of earthy funk and tropical fruit flavors. This wild ale is alive in the bottle and will continue to mature for years.

99 Points on Rate Beer

Almanac Valley of the Hearts Delight 7% Sour/Wild Ale 375ml
This sour beer is inspired by the Santa Clara Valley’s agricultural roots, before it was known as Silicon Valley, it was called “The Valley of the Heart’s Delight.” It was a fertile basin filled with fruit orchards, especially apricots. Inspired by this lost agrarian past, we combined local apricots and strawberries with our barrel sour blonde ale to create this fruit-forward sour. Pair with grilled pork chops, prosciutto or summer salads.

98 Points on Rate Beer

Almanac Hoppy Sour Amarillo 6.8% Sour/Wild Ale 375ml
A celebration of the fruit flavors that lie within the pernicious weed. We combined a brettanomyces farmhouse ale fermented in foedres with an intense IPA-style dry hop. The result is a melange of peach, pineapple and tangerine aromas and flavors that blend magically with brett’s trademark funk and minerality. This hoppy—but not bitter—sipper is a versatile complement to a broad range of dishes including sweet Belgian waffles, savory grilled halibut and Waldorf salads.

98 Points on Rate Beer

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Drink well

Ian

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Posted: 18/05/2017
Craft Beer Appreciation Tasting: An Intro To The Good Stuff!

Find the world of craft beer daunting?

Or maybe you're looking to brush up on some knowledge...

Join The Oak Barrel’s Claire this June as we work our way through seven (or so) different styles of beer in a relaxed and informal tasting evening.

Get to know key terms and flavour profiles without having to wade through a whole swathe of industry jargon. We might get a little bit nerdy, but we promise not to go full beer nerd, as the real fun with beer comes – you guessed it – from drinking it.

With a focus on local craft breweries, we’ll have a look at some well-known styles and some not so well-known styles such as:

Lagers
Pale Ales
IPAs
Sours
Stouts
Tripels / Dubbels

Plus, a mystery beer to keep you on your toes.

The tasting will be held at in our Cellar Room in our CBD store. Tickets are strictly limited, we want to keep this intimate!

WHAT: Craft Beer Appreciation
WHERE: The Oak Barrel, 152 Elizabeth St, Sydney 2000
WHEN: Wednesday 16 August, 6.15pm for a 6.30pm start
PRICE: Members $25 / Guest $35
TICKETS: [MEMBERS] / [GUESTS]

Please note, tickets are non-transferrable and non-refundable. Selected beers and styles may change unannounced due to unforeseen circumstances.


Posted: 18/05/2017
Illawarra Brewing


Citiizens,
Glad to see this crew is finally bottling & canning.

NEW ON THE SHELF:

Illawarra Apocalypso IPA 7% 375ml
Calypso, Mosaic and El Dorado are added the whole way through the brew process, with the Calypso shining through presenting tangerine citrus and lychee on the nose and palette. The new hop varietals available to Australia this year Mosaic and El Dorado bring pineapple and pine, and watermelon and tropical fruit respectively.

Illawarra Twin Cities Sour XPA 5.1% 375ml
Unlike many of the sour beers going around at the moment, it's not got any fruit added to it yet it’s fragrantly fruity, with a particularly delicious peachy, summer stone fruit character. That’s balanced out with a lovely level of combined acidity, tartness and dryness that’s satisfying but leaves you wanting more. On the day we popped into the brewery to try the beer, some passing tradies declared it was their favourite Illawarra beer ever and they’d already marked it out as their default go-to next summer. Assuming, of course, the brewers choose to make it again. But given that kind of reception you’d have to assume its just a matter of time. (Crafty Pint)

Illawarra Summer Ale 4.7% 375ml
Every brewery has one - this is our session beer, easy drinking, slightly hopped and goes down a treat

Illawarra Chuck Norris American Red Ale 6.4% 375ml
A beer made in 2013 but born in 1940, for that is the year that Chuck Norris was created. And this beer, surely, wouldn’t be the same without Him. It’s a beer created between the Illawarra Brewing Company and the Local Taphouse in Darlinghurst when a bus load of staff from the latter took a trip down to the former’s Wollongong brewery. Why the Chuck Norris obsession? We’re not exactly sure, but when it comes to all things Norris we know enough to know that questioning Him will only result in trouble. Instead, let’s just be content that we’ve got a brand new single hop American red ale on our hands, and one He could be well proud of.
The bitterness is crisp like His uppercut, the malt body is serious and well defined and the hops hit like a kick to the solar plexus – or more accurately like a seven hit combo representing the seven different additions of Mosaic hops through the brewing process. But far from flooring you immediately, which it so easily could – this is, after all, named for the man who can kill a living room – the beer will give nodding approval to those who summon up the courage to drink it by the pint. But always remain cautious, for this beer is Chuck Norris: seemingly harmless from the outside but will knock you the f@#$ out if you disrespect it.

Illawarra Rust Amber Ale 5.5% 375ml
Richly coloured, hop driven amber ale. Generous helpings of crystal malt give the Amber a rising toffee/caramel flavour through the mid palate, giving way to a smooth, pleasant and clean roast barley malt finish. Generous helpings of Galaxy hops give the Amber a floral and grapefruit hop nose.
Medium bodied Amber ale, with a strong floral and citrus hop presence.

Drink well

Ian

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Posted: 10/05/2017
Lervig - Norway

Citizens,
We are pleased to have some more brews from this truly unique pioneer in Norwegian craft beer. 

NEARLY ALL NEW ON THE SHELF:

Lervig/Lindheim/Mikkeller Pop That Cherry 6.5% 750ml
This cherry beer was brewed using a turbid mash as they do in lambic production, and fermented with various yeasts and cultures to impart a pleasant tartness without being to puckering. Kirsebær juice from Lindheim’s farm in Telemark (southern Norway) provides the intense sour cherry flavour that dominates this beer. This beer tastes beautifully today, but can be stored for years as the cultures will continue to do their thing, and further develop the complexity.

Lervig Tasty Juicy 6% 500ml
Super fresh and juicy IPA with a double load of Citra hops. Twice the hops for maximum flavour.
99 Points on Rate Beer

Lervig Pilsner 4.7% 500ml
This is the beer of the People. It was originally brewed for the locals, who lost a piece of their city when Carlsberg closed Stavanger’s only brewery in 2003. Our Pilsner is brewed with 100% Pilsner malts, Perle and Saaz hops, fresh German lager yeast, and carefully lagered to give the beer an authentic touch and clean finish.

Lervig / Boneyard Viking Blood 6.2%  Red IPA 330ml
In Norway, we brew like Vikings, and Boneyard brew like badasses. So we teamed up to make a badass oppy red ale for Vikings to drink. 

                             Drink Well

                                                           Ian

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Posted: 04/05/2017