averyI think there are few things more fascinating than meeting the guys that brew the beer we drink.  The International Tap House agrees and they’ll be hosting brewer/owner Adam Avery of Avery Brewing in an event they’re calling The Avery Experience.

And let me tell you, this will be one hell of an experience.  Occurring on Monday, October 5th from 7PM-9PM, you’ll have your chance to sample the following beers:

Avery Big Beers
1. Ellie’s Brown Ale – American Brown Ale – 5.6% abv – 17 IBUs
2. White Rascal Ale – Belgian Wit – 5.6% abv – 10 IBUs
3. India Pale Ale – American IPA – 6.5% abv – 69 IBUs

Bigger Beers

4. Piglet Purgatory – American Pale Ale – 4.6% abv – 60 IBUs
5. SIXTEEN Avery Anniversary Ale – Saison – 7.69% abv – 14 IBUs
6. Brabant Barrel-Aged Wild Ale – American Wild/Sour Ale – 8.65% abv – 25 IBUs

The Holy Trinity of Ales
7. Salvation Belgian Golden Ale – Belgian Strong Golden Ale – 9% abv – 23 IBUs
8. The Reverend Belgian Quadrupel Ale – Belgian Dark Strong Ale – 10% abv – 18 IBUs
9. Hog Heaven Barleywine – American Barleywine – 9.2% abv – 104 IBUs

The Dictators Series

10. The Maharaja Imperial India Pale Ale 2009 – Imperial IPA – 10.69% abv – 102 IBUs
11. The Kaiser Imperial Oktoberfest 2009 – German Strong Lager – 9.73% abv – 24 IBUs
12. The Czar Imperial Stout 2005 – Russian Imperial Stout – 11.03% abv – 70 IBUs

The Demons of Ale
13. The Beast Grand Cru Ale 2004 Batch 1!! -Belgian Dark Strong Ale -15.70% abv – 68 IBUs
14. Samael’s Oak-aged Ale 2009 – English Barleywine – 16.45% abv – 41 IBUs
15. Mephistopheles’ Stout 2008 – Belgian Imperial Stout – 15.92% abv – 107 IBUs

HOLY S#*$! That’s a hell of a line-up. Like most good things in life, this one isn’t free. It’s going to cost you $25 to attend and you’ll need to make a reservation by emailing beer@internationaltaphouse.com.