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Archive for September 19th, 2008

Stuff from around the web

Retail Beer Releases

  • Andrew from Bon Vivant Wines informs me to some beers he has in his stock:
    • Allagash Curieux
    • Cantillon Broucsella 1900 Grand Cru
    • Cantillon Vigneronne
    • Goose Island Harvest
    • Mikkeller It’s Alive
    • Mikkeller Monks Brew
    • Norrebro Old Odense
    • Norrebro North Bridge Extreme
  • Paul at The Wine and Cheese Place in Clayton alerts me to some new beers he has in stock:
    • Rogue Double Dead Guy
    • Boulevard Bob’s 47
    • Ommegang Ommegeddon Funkhouse
    • Cantillon Saint Lamvinus
    • Iqhilika African Herbal Blossom Mead
    • De Graal Blond Ale
    • De Graal Gember
    • De Graal Speciale
    • De Graal Tripel Hoppy
    • De Graal Triverius
    • Drie Fontein Doesjel Old Lambic
    • Beersel Lager
    • Oppigards Golden Ale Swedish Farmhouse
    • De la Senne Zinnebir Belgian Blond Ale
    • Karmeliet Tripel 4pk
    • Norrebro Bryghus Skarsgaards Porter
    • Norrebro Bryghus Old Odense – The Dogfish Head Collaboration
  • Andy from Whole Foods Galleria let’s us know about some new beer he has in his stock (and remember if you don’t see it on the shelf, be sure to ask for it):
    • MacTarnahan’s Blackwatch
    • Great Divide Samurai
    • Goose Island Harvest Ale
    • Mendocino Oktoberfest
    • Southern Tier Oat
    • Boulevard Bob’s 47
    • Fuller’s London Porter
    • Fullers ESB
    • Belhaven Scotch Ale
    • New Belgium Fat Tire 12pk Cans
  • Mike at The Wine and Cheese Place in Rock Hill alerts me to some new beers he has in stock:
    • Rogue Double Dead Guy
    • Boulevard Bob’s 47

Local Restaurant Beer List Updates

  • Jerad Gardner, of the Rotten Apple lets me know about his most current draught selection. If you haven’t been to the Rotten Apple, take the time to visit:
    • Lagunitas Gnarly Wine
    • Dogfish Head Indian Brown Ale
    • Founders Rubaeus
    • Avery Ale to the Chief
    • Lagunitas IPA
    • Jever Pilsener
    • Avery Maharaja
    • Founders Dry Hopped Pale Ale
    • Lagunitas Censored
    • Founders Breakfast Stout
    • Lefthand Blackjack Porter
  • Jerad also let me know about the most current draught selection at The Stable as well:
    • Rogue Shakespeare Stout
    • Pilsner Urquell
    • Bear Republic Racer 5
    • Unibroue Blanche De Chambly
    • North Coast Scrmishaw
    • Bells Oberon
    • Kasteel Rouge
    • Houblon Chouffe
    • Charleville Hoptimistic
    • Odell 5 barrel pale ale
    • Charleville Half wit
    • North Coast Old Rasputin
    • Lefthand Milk Stout
    • Arcadia Cereal Killer
    • Reissdorf Kolsch
    • Michelob
    • Unibroue Ephemere
    • Sleeman Cream Ale
    • Bells Two Hearted
    • North Coast Brother Thelonious
    • Arcadia Cocoa Loco
    • Lefthand Twin Sisters
    • O’Fallon Wheach
  • Patrick Thomas of The Shaved Duck drops me a line to let me know about some new beers on his ever updating list:
    • Southern Tier Oat- Imperial Oatmeal Stout
    • Left Hand Twin Sisters- Double IPA
    • Bear Republic Racer 5
    • O’Dells Double Pilsner
    • Schlafly Pumpkin

Here’s a list of upcoming beer events:

A few quick beer tastings to tell you about.

Lukas Liquor in Ellisville will be tasting not only draught Koenig Ludwig, La Chouffe, and Racer 5 but they will also be sampling Schlafly Oktoberfest and Aynger Oktoberfest as well. This tasting will be on Saturday, September 20th and will run from 1PM-4PM. You can find more info on their blog.

The Wine and Cheese Place in Clayton has moved their weekend tastings to Friday which is a great way to start your weekends. Today, from 4PM to 6:30PM they’ll be tasting BrewDog Paradox Islay, Karmeliet Tripel, Rogue Shakespeare Stout, Rogue Double Dead Guy, and Cantillon Kriek Lambic More information can be found at their blog.

Mike at the Wine and Cheese Place in Rock Hill will also be holding a tasting today from 4PM to 6:30. He’ll be sampling these beers: BrewDog Paradox Islay, Samichlaus Original, Rogue Shakespeare Stout, Rogue Double Dead Guy, and Karmeliet Tripel. Once again, more information can be found at their blog.

Tasting is a great way to try before you buy.