Had a couple of packages of beer arrive this week, though I’d share some pictures. The first is from my buddy Scotty who lives in Colorado. Luckily for all of us, we’re seeing more and more Colorado beers available in the local area, but Scotty sent me a few that we can’t get here quite yet. I’m sending him some beer from this area he can’t get there. I know that he wanted some Two Hearted and I have some things in mind, but do you have any suggestions?
- Bristol Brewing Company – Red Rocket Ale
- Bristol Brewing Company – Wet Mountain IPA
- Bristol Brewing Company – Laughing Lab Scottish-Style Ale
- Dillon Dam Brewery – Sweet George’s Brown
- Bristol Brewing Company – Winter Warlock Oatmeal Stout
- Oskar Blues – Ten Fidy
- Oskar Blues – Old Chub
The other two packages I received this week came from San Diego, CA, specifically from The Lost Abbey. A while back someone alerted me to the Sinners and Saints Club. Each club provides special and often sought after beers each month of the year. Here are January and February’s selections:
- The Lost Abbey – Red Poppy
- The Lost Abbey – Carnevale Ale
I’ll let Tomme describe both for you:
Carnevale Ale- Be one of the first consumers to sample our newest seasonal release called Carnevale Ale. Brewed to mark the Lenten Season before Easter, we expect this to be a great addition to our lineup of Specialty Releases.
Red Poppy 2007- Our first release of this beer. Brewed in 2006 and aged in French Oak barrels for one year on Sour Cherries and wild yeasts.
Sorry about the lack of content this morning, but I’ve got a pretty busy day ahead of me. In fact, the entire week may be a bit hectic, but I’ll do my best to provide everyone with new information all week.