Archive for April, 2011

New Brew Thursday: Smuttynose Old Brown Dog

Posted Apr 25, 2011 in Beer, Beer Humor, Breweries, In the news, Limited Release, People, The Beerlanthropy® Project, Video

April 21 : Old Brown Dog Ale : Smuttynose Brewing Co. from New Brew Thursday on Vimeo.

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Say hello to Craig, the newest member of our team!

Posted Apr 22, 2011 in Beer, Coolness, Goings on, People, The Beerlanthropy® Project

We’re happy to welcome Craig Weitzel to the Bruisin’ Team! He’s happy and full of beery knowledge.

4/21 Thursday Tasting: Natty Greene’s

Posted Apr 20, 2011 in Beer, Breweries, Events, In the news, People

Tomorrow we’re hosting the owner of Natty Greene’s Brewery (Greensboro/Raleigh, NC), Chris Lester. Come meet the owner and get samples of their Pale Ale and Amber Ale. Support North Carolina beer!

Wildflower Wit
“Classic Belgian-style white beer spiced with coriander, chamomile and sweet orange peel.”

Southern Pale Ale
“Medium-bodied, deep golden ale with distinct, bitter character and a hoppy, piney, citrus finish.”

Buckshot Amber
“Full-bodied with rich, smooth flavor and notes of caramel and toffee.”

New beers for Widespread Panic weekend!

Posted Apr 08, 2011 in Beer, Breweries, New this week

Everyone’s going to be Panic-ing this weekend. We’ve got a few new items in stock. And the 6-4-6 SALE is on again! Help us make room and clear our winter seasonals. All beers in the bucket are just (6) for $6. (Hard to beat that.)

Also, the freshest batch of Moylan’s Hopsickle arrived today. Stamped March 30, 2011. C’mon, hopheads. You know you want some of that.

ATWATER VJ Black Imperial Stout

Thursday Tasting, 5-7pm tonight: Abbaye St. Martin, Belgium

Posted Apr 07, 2011 in Beer, Breweries, Events, Goings on

Join us tonight for Belgian flight by Brunehaut’s Abbaye St. Martin. Free. 5:00-7:00 p.m. See you there!

St. Martin Blonde: “Hazy gold with a creamy white head. A yeasty and slightly spicy and fruity blond beer of 7.0% abv.”

St. Martin Dark: “With its aroma of caramel and licorice, this dark beer of 8.0% abv is drunk at room temperature.”

St. Martin Tripel: “Three varieties of malt and three of hops create the robust character of this triple-strength 9.0% abv pale beer.”