Sunday, February 28, 2010

5 Years of Brouwer's Cafe, 10 IPA's


This March marks 5 years of Brouwer's Cafe being open for business. To commemorate ouyr anniversary we're had 10 local breweries brew up a special IPA for us to have on during the month of march. With our official anniversary Date landing on Hard Liver, we're celebrating Monday March 1st.

There will be one off IPA's by Big Time, Black Raven, Boundary Bay, Elysian, Fremont, Hales, Pike, Port Townsend, Ram, Schooner Exact, & Skagit River.

Party Starts at 6pm!

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Duvel Moortgat Night

Thursday, February 25th at 5pm, Brouwer's Cafe will feature a line of 8 beers on tap from importers Duvel Moortgat. We will also offer a free Duvel glass with purchase of a Bottle of Duvel.

Maredsous Blonde
Maredsous Bruine
Maredsous Tripel
Ommegang Hennepin
Ommegang 3 Philosophers
Achouffe Houblon
Achouffe N'ice Chouffe
Achouffe Mc Chouffe

In the Bottle of Course, Duvel.

Bottleworks 11th Anniversary!


AT BOTTLEWORKS (NOT BROUWER'S)
Tomorrow, February 24th, marks Bottleworks 11th anniversary as Seattle's premier bottleshop.

As usual a beer has been brewed to commemorate another year. This years beer was brewed by Big Sky Brewing out of Missoula MT. The brew consists of 5 different Barrel aged beers to make this 11% imperial Stout.

Bottles will be on sale when the doors open at 11am, and we will tap the keg at 5pm

Keep an ear out to find out when we pour it at Brouwer's.

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Russian River Pliny the Younger, Elder, Supplication and Damnation on Draft this evening


Sorry for the short notice, Tonight starting at 5 pm we will be pouring 4 Russian River Beers...Pliny the Younger, Pliny the Elder, Damnation, and Supplication.
The much anticipated and very rare Pliny the Younger has reached Washington, after selling out at the brewery in a day, or was it a few hours...We have one 1/6 barrel and that is it, once it is gone it is gone...
11.0%ABV, 1.098 O.G, GOBS of BUs
Pliny the Younger was Pliny the Elder's nephew, in the case of this beer, the "Younger" is a triple IPA. Pliny the Younger is hopped three times more than our standard IPA, and is dry hopped four different times.

Supplication: Brown Ale aged in French oak Pinot Noir barrels with three strains of Brettanomyces, Lactobacillus, Pediococcus and sour cherries .

I am sure you all are familiar with the other two so I won't bother you with the details...Remember Younger and Supplication are rare and available in small quantities, they will not last long...show up late and you might miss em...

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Wednesday, February 17th, 2010 Midnight Sun Brewers Night





Since firing up its brew kettle in 1995, Midnight Sun Brewing Company has become a serious yet creative force on the American brewing front. From concept to glass, Midnight Sun relies on an "art marries science" approach, mixing tradition with innovation, to design and craft bold, distinctive beers for Alaska...and beyond.

We at Midnight Sun find inspiration in the untamed spirit and rugged beauty of the Last Frontier and develop unique beers with equally appealing names and labels. But the company’s true focus remains in its dedication to producing consistently high-quality beers that provide satisfying refreshment in all seasons... for Alaskans and visitors alike.

Midnight Sun will have a representative on hand to answer all of your questions...and we will be pouring some rare kegs....We have been told that Midnight Sun will be providing our market with mostly bottles and only very limited draft from time to time. This is your opportunity to sample some of their great beers on draft. We will be pouring:

Sockeye Red IPA, XXX Black Double IPA, Berserker Imperial Stout, Arctic Rhino Coffee Porter, and Monks Mistress Dark Strong Ale Oak Aged Nitro

We hope to see you.

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

GREAT CHEESE DESERVES GREAT BEER


Tuesday February 9th 6pm and on

Don Feinberg of Vanberg & DeWulf Present:

GREAT CHEESE DESERVES GREAT BEER

In the Middle Ages, the term Flanders was applied to an area in Western Europe, the County of Flanders, and spread over what today are parts of Belgium, Northern France and the Southern Netherlands. This area has long history of beer and cheese production, many of which originated in the in the Cistercian monasteries of a Roman Catholic religious order often referred to as Trappist Monks. Tonight we will take inspiration from these monastery traditions and explore several artisinal Belgian beer styles, paired with cheeses originating in Flanders, and a few surprises!

We will be offering 10 Beers from Vanberg & DeWulf Paired with a special cheese to compliment. Owner of Vanberg & DeWulf, Don Feinberg, will be in to talk about his beers and breweries that he imports.


Will will be pouring each beer in a 4oz portion with the cheese pairing. Order one or all 10!


Dupont Avec les bon s Voeux ‘08

Dupont Avec les bons Voeux ‘09

Dupont Avril

Dupont Farmhouse Saison

Dupont Bier du Miele

Dupont Moiette Bruine

Scaldis

Scaldis Noel

Witkap Pater Single

Witkap Pater Dubbel

The fun starts at 6pm and runs until 10pm


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