kathryn (thisautumnheat) wrote,
kathryn
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why I am excited for next weekend...


Raspberry Strong Ale
A full bodied ale with an amber/ruby hue. The ruby color is achieved from using a ½ lb of fresh raspberries per gallon of beer. This is a strong ale overflowing with flavor.

Ommegang Chocolate Indulgence Stout
The aroma immediately speaks of dark chocolate and dark malts. The gentle herbal nose of Perle hops compliments the darker notes, making the beer savory to the senses. The taste continues with the Belgian dark chocolate starting sweet up front but giving way to rich cocoa flavors at the back. Through it all, a subtle fruitiness from our special yeast gives the beer brightness otherwise foreign to a beer style normally associated with gray foggy skies. 7.7%

Ommegang Saison de Gewürz
Belgian-style saison ale made with real Gewürztraminer grapes. A touch of spiciness complements the delectable blend of a Belgian dry-style saison with a German dry-style wine. 10.0%

Three Philosophers Grand Cru Ale
Ommegang Belgian-style Quadruple Ale, blended with authentic Belgian kriek (cherry-lambic). This is a stronger version of Three Philosophers that has been blended and fermented with Brett yeast. A shotgun marriage of fruitiness, dryness, and barnyard funk. 13.0%

Chili Willy (Big & Bloody)
Possibly the world's first draft beer Bloody Mary! Chili Willy (Big Man Ale infused with ancho and chipotle peppers) blended with fresh tomato juice and spices and garnished with Chef Roskow's house-made picked veggies. You can not stop this insanity! 7.0%

OM
Strong golden ale with Belgian yeast in primary, followed by six months' aging in French oak chardonnay barrels. Weekly meditations with this beer include a program of sound therapy whereby the beer in the barrels is vibrated at 136Hz according to Kepler's theories, in order to facilitate peace and tranquility in the consumer and the world. This is extreme on an entirely new level. 9.5%

Red & White
A big, belgian-style Wit brewed with coriander and orange peel and fermented with Pinot Noir juice. After fermentation a fraction of the batch is aged in Oregon Pinot Noir barrels, and another fraction is aged on oak staves. The beer is blended together before packaging. This has been one of our most popular Limited Edition beers at both our Rehoboth Beach, DE brewpub and at festivals. It successfully marries the refreshing citrusy qualities of a Belgian-style white beer with the robust complexity of a bold red wine. 10.0%

EisKaffee
Freeze-distilled version of our Double Espresso Bock, Kaffinator. Not for the feint of heart. 14.0%

Frambois
Deep red in color, raspberries dominate in this tart treat. Malt flavor and aromas are subdued. Aged in an American oak barrel. 11.5%

Raspberry Eisbock 2007
Made using the traditional method, this beer is balanced towards the malty side. The raspberries are in the aroma as well as the smell of tootsie rolls. 11.9%

Tenacious Cassis 2007
Deep purple, black currents and red currents flavor this luscious malty beverage. Sweet fruit up front with complex malt characters in the finish. 14.5%

Winter Wonder 2007
Amber in color, sweet all barley brew. Boiled an extra long tome to condense and produce a specific sugar profile. Combined with a very unique yeast strain, this beer has aromas of bananas, smoke and bubble gum. One of our more interesting beers. 16.5%

Kerouac (Beet Beer)
Kerouac is brewed with light colored malt and Belgian beet candi sugar. Beets are added in the tank during the aging period, this allows a secondary fermentation where the base beer takes on the essence of the beet. Earthy note come through as well as a beautiful ruby color. 4.8%

Old Viscosity
Do not fear the Big Black Nasty! A robust charcoal colored ale with enough sludgy goodness for even the crispest and coolest New England nights. 10.5%

Red Poppy Ale
Our version of the classic Flanders Red. Aged for one in year in French Oak on Sour Cherries with Creepy Crawlers. 5.0%

Veritas 003
A blend of 4 beers from our barrel room. One part sour beer, some Cuvee, Some Bourbon Angel's Share and Amazing Grace. 8.0%

Origin Pomegranate Ale
Rich Caramel, Munich and wheat malts with big Pac NW hop character. Brewed with the juice of over 10,000 Pomegranates. 8.0%

Abnormal Genius
Imperial Golden ale brewed with honey and fermented with Sunflower seeds. 9.6%

Bloody Beer
Imperial California Lager fermented with roma tomatoes, and spiced will dill, horseradish, tellicherry pepper and celery seed. 8.5%

Cup A Joe
Robust Stout brewed with Espresso and lactose. 6.0%

Smugglin Plumbs
Sweet stout fermented with fresh plumbs. 5.8%

The Woodmaster
Imperial Brown Ale brewed with late season maple syrup and fermented with pureed pecans. 9.5%

Über Goober Oatmeal Stout
Robust Stout fermented with fresh roasted peanuts. 6.5%

Gorilla Warfare Porter
A silky smooth porter made with 40 pounds of Park Slope's Gorilla Coffee Ethiopian Yirgacheffe blend, a Fair Trade and Organic Certified coffee roasted in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. The coffee has winey, spicy notes with hints of baker's chocolate. Combined with patent malt, the signature of many great English-style porters, this is one coffee-rich porter. 7.8%

Choklat
Imperial Stout made using dark and bittersweet chocolate. Limited release and probably the chocolatiest beer on planet Earth. 10.0%

Jah-va
A massive Imperial Coffee Stout infused with real coffee. 12.0%

Raspberry Porter
Chocolaty porter brewed with fresh raspberries. Winter seasonal brewed for the first time ever in October 2007. 7.0%

Two
Surly's 2nd anniversary beer, a strong dark ale with over 40lbs of cranberries per/bbl; oak-aged. 9.5%

Quad (Feb '07 Vintage)
The ONLY U.S. beer to make the NY Times top ten list of Belgian or Belgian style beers. This keg was aged 1 year and has mellowed to perfection. 11.8%

R & R
A slightly tart Rye wine aged on red raspberries, aged 6 months. 10.2%

Raspberry Imperial Stout
Just a kiss of red raspberry permeates this silky elixir. The perfect combination of fruit with the richness of Imperial Stout. 8.0%
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