Friday, April 26, 2013

Two interesting beer tidbits

1) Ron Swodoba, Director of Craft Beer Education at Crescent Crown Distributors, is now the second person in New Orleans to be designated a Certified Ciccerone! The test sounds really hard, and I'm really glad his hard work paid off. Couldn't happen to a nicer guy.

2) Got a peek at August's new beer menu from my old friend Robert Wailes; and it looks nice.


our beer


Saison Dupont, farmhouse Ale
 Belgium
Citrus and spice notes, full-bodied and malty;
It sparkles on the palate and finishes with a zesty hop
and citrus attack.  12.

Duvel
Belgium
A strong, golden ale with aromas of citrus, apple,
hops and yeast.  It has a delicate sparkle and a
refined silky taste.  9.

Brasserie Trois Dames, L’amoureuse No. 1
Ste-Croix, Switzerland
 This ale is brewed with 15% of Chassalas grape must
Medium in body.  Malt forward with light hops, bitterness
and a dry finish  13.

Unibroue, La Fin Du Monde
Canada
This triple-style golden ale is mildly yeasty with a complex
palate of malt, fruit and spice notes followed by a
Smooth, dry finish.  8.


Abita Brewing Company
Abita Springs, LA

Abita Strawberry Harvest Lager
Brewed with pilsner and wheat malts, Vanguard hops
with fresh strawberry juice added after filtration.  6.

Abita Amber
Munich-style lager; smooth, malty and slightly caramel in flavor.  6.

Abita Light
Traditional light beer-flavorful and silky.  6.

Abita Restoration Ale
A brilliant gold ale with a rich body, mild bitterness
and a snappy-fresh citrus hop flavor and aroma.  6.

Abita Turbodog
Chocolate malts help give this dark brown ale its rich body,
color and a sweet, toffee-like flavor.  6.

Lazy Magnolia Brewing Company
Kiln, Mississippi

Southern Pecan Nut Brown Ale
Made with roasted pecans that provide for a nutty
character and a delightful depth to its flavor profile.  6.

Bayou Teche Brewery
St. Arnaudville, Louisiana

LA-31 Bière Noire
This beer is made with specially roasted German malts and select
American hops which provide a small bite of noble bitterness
and a dry, French roasted coffee flavor.  6.

Southern Star Brewing Co.
Conroe, Texas

Buried Hatchet Stout
Taste and smells of chocolate and coffee with hints of
creamy toffee and roasted malt.  6.

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