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Rockstar Virtual Beer Fest 3

Our fav…The Bruery Wit the Funk. Light, refreshing, tart and funky. True, it does have the advantage of being foeder aged…assuming you like that kind of thing. Many other weren’t far behind…Schöner Tag hefe, Broken Skull, Tabula Rosa, Chief Peak… We didn’t participate in fest 2, but found this beer selection better than the first.

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Guava Libre! Consolation Prize

She enjoyed the dessert-like Guava Libre!, a collaboration beer The Bruery and Funky Budda. Think milkshake IPA, minus the hop bitterness, with added vanilla and sweet fruit. They even let it ferment enough to get up to 7.5% ABV. I, on the other hand, got the Consolation Prize. This 9.5% ABV double IPA, from the […]

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Imperial Cabinet

This collaboration beer between The Bruery and Jester King is one of the most interesting beers I’ve had. Inspired by the Ramos Gin Fiz, originally concocted in 1888 by Henry Ramos the owner of the Imperial Cabinet Saloon in New Orleans, LA, it is tart and sweet, even a bit salty, notes of oat barrel […]

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Girl Grey

An 8.5% ABV Belgian strong ale made with tea from the fine folks at The Bruery. At the friends and family opening of Nolita Hall in Little Italy.

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Girl Grey

An 8.5% ABV Belgian strong ale made with tea from the fine folks at The Bruery. At the friends and family opening of Nolita Hall in Little Italy.

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Fourthmeal

A hoppy Belgain style collaboration ale from The Bruery and Maine Beer Company.  6.something% ABV hops more fruity, with pleasant bitterness.

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Triple Tonnellerie

A 9.5% ABV Belgian-Style tripel from the fine folks at The Bruery enjoyed at Brabant.

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The Bruery Praecocia

Andy was nice to share his infected bottle of this bourbon barrel aged old ale with apricots.  Seems unlikely they were going for some tartness on this one… but it made it interesting.

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The Bruery Tart of Darkness

This was one of the early releases when part of their Provisions series.  This barral aged sour stout really aged well.    Big thanks to Jordan for sharing. 

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