I was up at crunchy's bar in east lansing last night and i tried the Devil Dancer(13%)and the Voodoo Vador(9.5%). 9 dollars out the door with tip. pretty good eehh? oh yeah i had an arogant bastard before we went also. All I have to say is that Ann Arbor and Lansing have great disc and great drinking. If hopslam was only on tap still.....
A 3-Hr Beer Festival/Fundraiser Supporting Brain Cancer Research
Join Us April 5th, from 12 - 3 pm or 3:30-6:30 pm, at Papago Brewing for:
• Musical Entertainment so off-centered we can’t describe it in print .... (I hear it's mini kiss!)
• The greatest line up of Dogfish Head draft beers ever to appear together at a single Arizona location (more than 14 in all), including:
• 120-Minute IPA
• World-Wide Stout
• Olde School
• Burton Baton
• Johnny Rawtan
• Golden Era
• Palo Santo Marron, the all-new vanilla-caramel flavored brown ale aged in hand-made casks of Paraguayan Palo Santo wood.
• A raffle of rare Dogfish Head merchandize/promotional items including a 3D, 3-foot-by-2-foot LED Bar Sign (proceeds going to fund brain cancer research.)
• 1,000s of dollars in FREE giveaways
• A commemorative Dogfish Head “Off-Centered Experience” T-shirt
• Beer Games and much more!
Admission: $ 25 per person. Limit 100-guests per session.
Tickets go on sale Monday, February 25th (first-come, first-served) at these locations:
Was a warm afternoon at Diamond X DGC here in Billings MT. I think I will tip back a scape goat pale from Big Sky Brewing. Oh yes this is nice, it is true "Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy!"
An unfiltered, unfettered, unprecedented brown ale aged in handmade wooden brewing vessels. The caramel and vanilla complexity unique to this beer comes from the exotic Paraguayan Palo Santo wood from which these tanks were crafted. Palo Santo means "holy tree" and it's wood has been used in South American wine-making communities.
This beer is a 12% abv, highly roasty, and malty brown ale aged on the Palo Santo wood. It was a huge hit at our Rehoboth Beach brewpub when first released in November of 2006, so it's coming back... into full production!
At 10,000 gallons each, these are the largest wooden brewing vessels built in America since before Prohibition.