Name: Fantôme Pissenlit Style: Saison / Farmhouse Ale Brewery: Brasserie Fantôme website Country: Belgium Region: Soy ABV: 8.00% How served: 750ml capped & corked bottle poured into a Boerken tulip glass. My Overall Opinion: Very
Name: Checkers Old-Munchen Where: Pompano Beach, Fl USA When: Tuesday October 20, 2009 Type: More of a restaurant than a bar/pub Style/Theme: German Beers on tap: 8 Beers by the Bottles: 24 Website: Click here I was here for The Boca
Name Witches’ Brew Style: Tripel Brewery: Brouwerij Van Steenberge website Country: Belgium Region: Ertvelde ABV: 9.30% How served: 750ml caged bottle poured into a Duvel glass. My Overall Opinion: Good. I paired this beer with: Grilled salmon rubbed with Cajun
Name: Stone 09.09.09 Vertical Epic Ale Style: Belgian Strong Dark Ale Brewery: Stone Brewing Co. website Country: USA Region: Escondido, California ABV: 8.90% How served: 22oz bomber poured into a Stone Russian Imperial Stout glass. My Overall Opinion: Very Good.
Name: Pliny The Elder Style: Imperial IPA Brewery: Russian River Brewing Co. website Country: USA Region: Santa Rosa, California ABV: 8.00% How served: 500ml bottle poured into a Dogfish Head snifter glass. My Overall Opinion: Amazing. This is the definition
Well after tasting well over a 1000 different beers, either at home or out on beercation, I have finally gotten around to document what I’ve tasted. I couldn’t think of a better way to get started on this blog