Wasatch Apricot Hefeweizen
Brewed by: Wasatch Beers
Location: Salt Lake City, Utah
Style: Fruit Beer
A.B.V. (Alcohol By Volume) 4%
Flavor: Apricot predominates with a soft wheat profile in the background.
Aroma: Apricot nose
Pairs well with: Salads and lighter food, lighter desserts.
Beer notes: Possibly one of the most refreshing beers we've ever made. We start with a traditional German style unfiltered wheat beer (hefe-weizen translates literally as "yeasty wheat beer").
Brewed with a hybrid Bavarian yeast strain that imparts the defining flavor notes of licorice, clove, and banana. Add to this natural apricot flavor, and you have one astonishingly refreshing beer.
Find it: Available at Specs.
Come join me this Friday at Outlaw Dave’s Worldwide Head Quarters Friday for a No Label “Jalapeno Ale” Pint Night.
We will be “burning” things up around 7p and the event is free to the 21 and up.
Come meet and have a pint with No Label owners Brian and Jennifer Royo. Buy a pint and keep the glass while supplies last. GET THERE EARLY!!!
On the menu will be the “Ass Burner” Combo. The Jalapeno Ale paired with Jalapeno Bacon Cheeseburger with Jalapeno Poppers.
If that is not enough to get you there we will also have TONS OF GIVEAWAYS!!
Here is some info on the Jalapeno Ale from nolabelbrew.com
ABV: 6.7% IBU: 22 Based on our Pale Horse Ale, this beer is brewed with 60lbs of jalapeños – 30 lbs raw and 30lbs roasted (seeds included). Available every Spring.
Click here for a map to Outlaw Dave's Worldwide Headquarters.
Southern Star Brewing Co. Old Potentate
Brewed by: Southern Star Brewing Co.
Location: Conroe Texas
Style: English Old Ale
A.B.V. (Alcohol By Volume) 6.9%
Flavor: Rich nutty and caramelized dark fruit flavor.
Aroma: Fruity, woody, raisiny malt
Pairs well with: Intense dishes such as roast beef and lamb. Great with rich deserts.
Beer notes: Old Potentate is a British style Old Ale made with Thomas Fawcett and & Sons Marris Otter malt as a base. British and Belgian Crystal malts round out the malt bill. The dominant hop profile is that of East Kent Golding. Both taste and aroma are of rich caramel, fruitcake and a slight nuttiness. Subtle spice and earthiness play a second role in the finish. The beer is very malty, but well balanced by the hops
Find it: Available at Specs
About one in seven Americans actually believe that BIGFOOT is real. And if they're right . . . one of them could be VERY rich very soon.
Olympia Brewing Company is a brewery in Washington state that went under a few years back. But they've clearly still got some money lying around.
They're offering a ONE MILLION DOLLAR PRIZE to whoever can safely capture Bigfoot.
According to the rules, you can't injure Bigfoot when you capture him. No wounds are allowed. If you do capture him, you'll get $25,000-a-year for the next 40 years.
You can submit a claim that you captured him on their website, at OlympiaBigfoot.com.
(Seattle Post-Intellgencer / OlympiaBigFoot.com)