Archive for the ‘The Beerlanthropy Project’ Category
Posted Nov 25, 2014 in Beer, Breweries, Brewpubs, Cider, Coolness, Goings on, In the news, Merchandise, Miscellany, People, The Beerlanthropy® Project
We did it! After four months of work, the Bruisin’ Ales Webstore is now live and taking orders online. Our real-time inventory is displayed (except for those items deemed “non-shipping”) with a fully searchable database. The store will be updated weekly with new arrivals, and we’ll be adding more tags along the way to help you find what you’re looking for. Look for merchandise to be thrown into the mix soon, such as our t-shirts and glassware. Happy shopping, everyone!
Things to know:
- We ship to most states in the U.S. (detailed list at webstore link above.) For international shipping inquiries, please email us.
- Locals can now place pick-up orders. Buy/pay online, pick-up later!*
- Use the drop-down menus for beer brands by Country > State and/or Manufacturer.
- Use personal search parameters, i.e. Asheville, bourbon, oak, sour, <beer style>, <beer name>, etc.
- When you set-up a Customer Account online, you’ll automatically become a member of our brand new K-O Club, a customer loyalty program coming in 2015.
- We ship in increments of (3), (6), and (12) for large format bottles, and increments of (12) for 12oz.
- No problem! Just go through the same Shopping process, then select “Pick-up” at checkout. We’ll pack it up and have it waiting for you.
- Must show ID at pick-up and ID must match name on credit card used for purchase.
- Pick-up orders must be retrieved within 7 days of purchase.
Where do I start?
- Click the SHOPPING button to enter the site.
Posted Sep 17, 2014 in Beer, Beer Awards, Breweries, Events, People, The Beerlanthropy® Project
As we do the Friday evening before every Brewgrass, we invite a brewery to come in for a preview. We’re pleased to announce and welcome Chris Ives, founder and head brewer at Ilkley Brewery (UK) on Friday, September 19, 5:00-7:00 p.m. Learn a little more about Ives in this 2013 Q&A interview from The Times SME Hub regarding their rapid growth at home and abroad. Come join us for a few beers and beer chat!
What we’re sampling:
Siberia Rhubarb Saison: “Back in 2012 we wanted to launch a new range of beers with a bang, and what better way than to invite the renowned tour-de-force beer-writer that is Melissa Cole to come and brew with us. Our aim was to put our own Yorkshire stamp on the Saison category, and we did so with the addition of local Rhubarb. Rhubarb was first discovered growing on the banks of the river Volta, in Siberia, and Yorkshire has become renowned for cultivating this sour beast of a plant. Siberia is now our most successfully exported beer. Whenever we use additional ingredients in our beers, the aim is that their flavour combines with others to create an overall flavour, as opposed to bombarding with a single flavour. As such, here we utilized the sour nature of rhubarb to balance the farmhouse earthiness of Saison yeast. We stewed the rhubarb with vanilla to provide extra balance, so that this beer is tart in all the right places, and subtle throughout. Refreshing and with a little zing provided by ground Grains of Paradise and there is a long, satisfying bitter finish.” [5.9% abv]
Mary Jane IPA: “Mary Jane IPA is a Trans-Atlantic India Pale Ale. Relying on the English hops for bittering, the star of the show is the North American hop aroma, deceptively smooth on the palate building to a hoppy crescendo. Based on the award-winning Yorkshire classic Mary Jane, it has a floral aroma, notes of honey and a pleasant lingering bitterness to finish. Recent 3rd Place in the Atlanta Cask Ale Festival 2014 in USA.” [6.0% abv]
The Mayan Chocolate Chipotle Stout: “They may not have got all their predictions right, but they knew how to brew great beer! Inspired by an ancient Mayan recipe, this extraordinary Stout is velvety smooth, bittersweet, and has a subtle smoky fire in its belly. The time has come to put yourself to the ultimate test; dare you take on… The Mayan?!” [6.5% abv]
Posted May 21, 2014 in Beer, Breweries, Events, People, Rarerities, Seasonals, The Beerlanthropy® Project
Tuesday, May 27 ~ Sam Adams Utopias ~ 2:00-4:00 p.m. ~ $5/pp for WNCA
Tuesday, May 27 ~ Thomas Creek Beer Tasting ~ 5:00-7:00 p.m. ~ FREE ~
Vanilla Cream: “Our Spring Seasonal is a light-bodied and golden American style cream ale with a highly refreshing palate and an undertone of pure vanilla essence from an infusion of Tahitian and Madagascar bourbon vanilla.”
Doppelbock: “A full-bodied German-Style dark Lager with a rich creamy flavor, roasted nut tones and an easy finish with notes of coffee and toasted chocolate.
“Chocolate Orange IPA: “Crisp and citrusy, this India Pale Ale derives its atypical dark copper brown color from malted chocolate wheat. Heavily hopped, the Chocolate Orange IPA’s bitterness blends with the dark chocolate flavors of the cocoa nibs added during fermentation. Those subtle chocolate notes rest behind a floral bouquet, enhanced by additions of bitter orange peel and dry hopping with Citra.
“Up The Creek Etreme IPA: “Up The Creek is mashed in at a low temperature to increase the amount of fermentable sugars while reducing residual sweetness. This creates a hoppy behemoth of a beer with its ABV well hidden under heavy layers of malt. UTC is designed to be dangerously drinkable, so use caution or you’ll be Up The Creek!”
Posted May 19, 2014 in Beer, Beer Pairings, Breweries, Cooking with Beer, Events, Limited Release, People, Rarerities, The Beerlanthropy® Project
Bruisin’ Ales and Asheville rising-star Chef Steve Goff of King James Public House present a five-course beer dinner on Sunday, May 25, 6pm, at the gastropub. $65/pp. Reservations via King James Public House, (828) 252-2412. Limited seating!
Cheese: Kentucky Bleu and Virginia Grayson with Cheerwine gel, served with lavash flatbread.
Beer Pairing: Goose Island Lolita Wild Ale, a bright pink and fruity, tart wild ale.
Fowl: Duck wings with cracklins, peanuts, bacon ranch, and cilantro.
Beer Paiting: Coronado Brewing Sock Knocker Imperial IPA, a big, West Coast-style super-hopped imperial IPA.
Fish: Smoked trout tartare with caper dust, charred lemon, and RVC micro greens.
Beer Pairing: The Bruery Rueuze Sour Blonde, an oak-aged blonde in the gueuze style.
Meat: English pork pie with NC Heritage Pork, demi glaze, fried marrow nestled in pate brisee.
Beer Pairing: Weyerbacher 18 Imperial Weizenbock, a rich, malty double wheat bock.
Sweet: Banoffee pie with banana, dulce de leche, charred meringue, and a graham cracker crust.
Beer Pairing: Olde Hickory 2014 Irish Walker Barleywine, a World Beer Cup winner, ruby red with sweet, warming finish.