Thursday, July 29, 2010

Pre-Great Taste Party #6

So, are you sick of these yet? Me neither. Just wanted to promote a commenter to full post:

Vintage Brewing Company - Vintage Brewing Company and Furthermore Beer

Scott Manning, Brewmaster at Vintage Brewing Company:


The great people (and great beer!) of Furthermore Brewing will be joining us at Vintage Brewing Co. Friday night 8-13-10 for a GTMW pre-party. We'll be pouring their entire portfolio (and perhaps a surprise or two), with brewmaster Aran Madden on hand for the festivities. For those who don't know Furthermore, theirs are some of the most intriguing and best beers around: "Thermo Refur" sour ale brewed with red beets, "Knot Stock" pale ale brewed with cracked black pepper, "Oscura" coffee infused Mexican dark name but a few. We at Vintage are big fans and are very excited to share the stage.

Brewer/partner Scott Manning (me!) of Vintage will be here, of course, with the usual wide array of Vintage Brewing Co. beers. Of note, 4 new offerings: "Derby Girl ESB", "Alpentraum" (Weizenbock w/ portion smoked malt), "TigerRye Amber", and the world debut of our new high gravity abbey "DeVille", the "cadillac of abbey ales".

BTW we're also on the #6 bus line, at its western terminus, the West Transfer Point. We're just a short walk across the Walgreens/Applebees parking lot.

AND also on Friday, we'll be running the Vintage Prison Bus between the Vintage downtown and Vintage Brewing Co on the westside...perhaps with an extra stop along the way. We haven't set the schedules or routes exactly yet.

Sorry to continue the bombardment...thanks for your tireless efforts to keep beer lovers informed!

This is cool in so many ways. I have absolutely NO f-ing idea how I'm going to get to all of these places. But, hopefully Mrs. MBR will be DD ...

Also, more from Pearl Street Brewery at Dexters:
They will have the most excellent Dankenstein IIPA and the brand spankin' new Rubber Mills Pils. It's a Pils. One of these days I'll do a post on some weird distinctions that some places in Europe (mostly Bavaria/Poland/Czech) make between Pilsner and Pils (think: a cross between a pilsner and barley wine)

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