Here are some shots of some of the beers we drank that day and evening.
|Cantillon Saint Lamvinus - Winey and geuzy. |
Some tart cranberry.
|Cantillon Zwanze 2013 - Abbaye de Curieghem|
|Grassroots Convivial Suarez. One of my favs of the day.|
It was brewed with hibiscus, but neither the color or
flavor was too prominent. More apricot and luscious
stonefruit. Dry in the back. Really drinkable.
|Grassroots Brother Soigné. Had a similar stonefruit |
flavor as the Convivial, but also an alfalfa
|Cantillon Kriek. Not as boldly tart as the Lou Pepé,|
which I prefer.
|Hill Farmstead Citra Single Hop. After the Cantillon kicked,|
they were nice enough to wheel out some of the
|Hill Farmstead Everett. Velvet dark fruit with a substantial|
roasty bitterness, a pleasant touch of astringency from
dark malts. Soft and rich mouthfeel. A great
reconception of (American) Robust Porter.
|Parker's Pie after party bottle share. Put some notches on the old mash paddle |
this evening. Good times.
|Parker Pie Co.|
|Back at the pad...|
I love Logsdon's
Dry, complex and refreshing.
|Get on the beer goggles for Anchorage Bitter Monk.|
The first hoppy sour that I've had.
Wonderful and inspirational. The dregs
are in my cellar right now...
|And we bid you goodnight, goodnight, goodnight.|