To go along with our sale, we will have Wachusett here to pour some of their stuff. Their brand new IPA Wally is making some big waves in the beer world. People just can’t believe that Wachusett made such a great hazy IPA. Definitely worth at shot. You won’t find a beer like this in a 6 pack, let alone for the price. Come try their new stuff and remind yourself about the old.
This is a first for me. Never have I dealt with a brewery at has the label “Imperial,” but that is just what this Wolcott, CT brewery is. Great Good Imperial Brewing Co. is America’s first all-imperial brewery. Every beer they brew is never below 8% and they can go as high as 14%. There is a some definite buzz surrounding them and for good reason. We will having them here to pour their entire line up, including their 12% imperial IPA.
New to the state, but already making waves, New Belgium is here to stay. We’ll have them come in for a tasting to help support our $13.99 12 pack price. It’s a good deal for good beer, but it is always smart to try it before you buy it. Fat Tire, Citradelic, and more will be poured for you sampling pleasure.
There is no better day to have a Guinness tasting than on St. Patrick’s Day. And to make things even better, it’s a Friday this year. It is as if the planets have aligned. This is a tasting that we might not need, since Guinness is one of the most unique and widely drank beers, but one we certainly want and will enjoy. Have a sip to remind yourself of what the world already knows and grab one of their 18 Packs that we have on sale for $21.99. It’s not the most complex tasting we’ve had, but does it need to be? HAPPY SAINT PATRICK’S DAY
We’re having the scientists’ brews down here for a nice tasting. Everything is unique, everything is tasty.
Nugget Nectar has finally arrived and we are going big on tasting it this year. This Friday tasting will be the first of two this month to cast a spotlight on Troegs Double Hoppy Amber. As well as the Nugget Nectar, there will be plenty of other beers to try, but this one is really focusing on Nugget.
Hailing from Everett, we have been carrying Down the Road since they first started brewing beer. Over the last few years, these guys have kept on chugging along and producing ales and lagers that have earned a good amount of buzz in this beer world of ours. It has been a while since we have had them come in to pour their offerings so we’re gunna change that. Mike from Down the Road will be here tasting beers like Seventh Star IPA, Pukwudgie Pale Ale, Springheel Jack London Porter, and their Cherry Feyborn Berliner Weisse. THis is a brewery that is gathering a dedicated following and significant buzz in Massachusetts, which isn’t always easy in this market overflowing with great sudz.
In order to make sure everyone is making the most informed decision they can on Saint Patrick’s Day, we are bringing Ireland’s less known brewery in for a tasting. O’Hara’s as been doing their thing since 1996, but while relatively new to the game compared to some of the other Irish Breweries, they make beers that stand up to anything else coming from the Emerald Isle. We’ll be pouring out everything these guys send our way, so give them a change before reaching for something else.
In preparation for the Hallmark holiday, we’re having a tasting with some beers that share the flavors of the usual Valentine’s day gifts. Lindeman’s makes some of the best fruit added sour/funky beers and has for centuries. We will have two of their berry varients, Kriek and Framboise. To go with the berries, we’ll have Samuel Smith’s Organic Chocolate stout. This stout has a Tootsie Roll style chocolate flavor that pairs well with deserts as well as fresh fruit. Come try them all along side of tasty food pairings to see if this is what your Valentine would like.
Stony Creek hasn’t even been in Massachusetts for a full year and they are already popping up everywhere. Beautiful logos, interesting styles and a strong command of hops, these Connecticut brewers are not trying to fly away anytime soon. Just in time for our tasting, they have just released Stony Joe, a golden mocha stout. Golden stouts are going to start popping up more and more. They are just what they sound like, a stout that pours golden yellow. It’s a style I am still figuring out, so get in on the early days to say you’ve had one. On top of Stony Joe, we’ll be tasting the Crankys in varying sizes.