Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Whip it.... more like smack it down!

Hello out there in breweryland.
Looks like we killed another beer.... Murphy's Law Red and are replacing it with some aged Wheat Wine. Oh Yea! This one is smooth and silky with some serious toffee and cotton candy like flavors. It will pair well with some sticky desserts and heavy steaks. Enjoy and be aware of the RAIN! Looking forward to warmer and sunnier days. Cheers! Todm

Monday, March 29, 2010

Whip it...whip it good

Hey all,

No we are not listening to Devo in the brewery today. But it was the first whipping reference I could think of since the Tripel kicked and was replaced with Whipper Snapper. The Whipper Snapper is an American Mild ale. So it is a sort of hybrid beer where is has the light body and low alcohol of a British Mild. Though it has the color and hop characteristics of an American IPA. So at 4.5% abv it is a session IPA. Enjoy!



Tuesday, March 23, 2010

April Showers bring...

May flowers. Then what do Mayflowers bring?.........Pilgrims!

Hey all,

Just a little joke i still remember from kindergarten. Hope all of you got cleaned up and fixed all the problems from the last storm before this one hit. I want to hug the man who invented the sump pump! Amazing little invention.

Anyways, the beers are still flowing here at the P-brew, even while it pours outside. I apologize for not keeping the "What's on Tap" a little more updated last week but the last few time i tried the program froze up on me. But it is accurate now. As i mentioned in my previous post the Murphy's Law replaced the Imperial Porter. Plus the Black Cat Stout replace the Oatmeal Stout.

We are ramping up our stock pile of beers to get ready for the warmer weather. All you seem to come in a lot more often when the weather is nice. So we are trying to make sure you have some delicious libations waiting for you.

See ya soon for a pint!


Tuesday, March 16, 2010

It's Magically Delicious...

Hey all,

The Imperial Porter has kicked off the taps, we do have a couple of Casks, so if you missed out on this years Impy Porter come get a hand pulled pint before it is completly gone. Now you can count your lucky stars because the Murphy's Law Red Ale is now on, just in time for St Pattie's Day. Unlike the Irish Red you are all thinking about that is brewed by Coors. The Murphy's Law is an ale. It has a nice malt forward flavor and a little more body then the other Red. Though it doesn't hang on your tongue leaving a nice clean finish. Come on in and have a pre-pint for St. Pattie's Day!



Friday, March 12, 2010

No Sour, No Cry...

Hello All,

We are listing to a little Bob Marley down in the brewery today to ease our minds. I need to let you know that we are taking off the Flanders Red today and replacing it with the Belgian Double. We going to do some blending with the rest of the Flanders and bring it back at a later date, so keep your eyes open for that.

The Double is the little brother of the Triple that is on right now. It has a little less alcohol, at 7% vs the 9% of the Triple. The Double has more malt sweetness vs the clean candy sweetness of the Triple. Though it has a similar fruity/bubble gum nose. Yumm.


Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Kate Day + 1...

Hey all,

First off i want to thank everyone who made it out for Kate Day. It was just as crazy, if not more so, then last year. I hope that everyone had a good time even if you were not one of the few that got a bottle this year.

With all the people through here for the weekend leading up to Monday and the flood of people here on Kate Day you would be correct in thinking that there had to be some changes to the tap line up.

The Sierra was taken off for Kate on Monday that lasted until about 5:30pm on draft. So I cleaned the beer line this morning and put on our Belgian Triple. The conditioning time we gave this beer really helped the alcohol burn mellow, letting all the Belgian fruit flavors really come through.

The Milk Stout kicked yesterday and was replaced by our Oatmeal Stout. Along with the draft line the cask changed over to the Oatmeal Stout as well. Oatmeal stout on cask is my favorite way to enjoy this brew.

Hope you are all recovering nicely.