A birthday party is a great excuse to break out some rare-r beers and have a tasting - so thats just what transpired. With everyone in attendance bringing a bomber or growler of their choice, we all got to experience a rollercoaster of brews - covering a collection of sour and wild ales alongside some… Continue reading Beers of the Week – Vol. 2 – Bomber Party Special Edition
BREWERY: Goose Island BEER: Pepe Nero STYLE: Belgian Style Farmhouse Ale ABV: 6.4% Malts: Black malt, crystal rye, pilsner, rye. Hops: Pilgrim, Saaz ______________________________________________________ FROM THE BREWERY: "With an aroma of roasted chestnuts and a mysteriously dark, mahogany hue, Pepe Nero is a farmhouse ale brewed with black peppercorns. His roasty sweetness melds into… Continue reading Beer for Thought – Vol. 9 – Pepe Nero by Goose Island (2011)
Since the first batch of Bourbon County Stout by Goose Island was released in 1992, the practice of hoarding saving bottles of rare and unique beers has surely grown. I've acquired quite a collection over the past few months, and want to begin documenting some of these beers. I will try to put up a post… Continue reading Cellar Talk – New Additions!