A good beer takes its time. The long storage makes our yellow bright lager, “Original”, a flavourful beer enjoyed with fine poured, white foam. With a mild hoppy note and its pleasant fresh spicy taste, it goes very well with salads, poultry, stews or with a hearty snack. Brewed according to the centuries-old brewing tradition on the Weihenstephan hill.
A Perry-Pils hybrid, Piercing Pils is a Czech Style Pilsner brewed with a White Pear Tea and Pear juice. Both the juice and the tea were added in the kettle during the whirlpool (after the boil) for maximum flavor and aroma contribution. The Pear fruit complexity pierces right through the spicy Czech Saaz hops beautifully, adding a gentle acidity to this pale lager that makes for a crisp refreshing sipper. Amarillo hops add nuanced citrus notes that meld perfectly with the fruit.
Back in 1876, California’s first genuine lager was brewed using an ice pond nestled high in the Sierra Nevada mountain region and a little ingenuity. Over a century later, Anchor Brewing recreated the recipe and paid homage to the beer that brought the cool, crisp lager style to the state of California.
The earliest evidence of mead production comes from before 2000 BC. Dansk Mjod uses a more modern twist for their Viking Blod – the combination of honey, hops, hibiscus and water is based on a recipe from 1700. You can try this sweet, potent honey wine for the Year of Beer challenge either on tap or in the bottle. *Drinking Horn Optional
‘Tis the season to be jolly…and also to revel in the countless seasonal beers that are out there. For this week’s Year of Beer Challenge, pick whatever seasonal favorite that tickles your fancy. Whether you’re raising your glass to an old favorite, like St. Bernardus Christmas Ale, or trying something new, like Goose Island Festivity Ale, you’ll get a punch on your Year of Beer Card. We at Tipple’s love to try new beers all the time and we’re sure that you do too. In honor of that…
This SweetWater mainstay is a West Coast influenced Pale Ale with a stimulating hop character and a crisp finish. For the hopping SweetWater uses generous amounts of Centennial and Cascade hops. It has received numerous awards including Silver Medals at both the Great American Beer Festival and World Beer Cup.
Dogfish Head’s continually hopped IPA, Dogfish Head 60 Minute IPA beer made its first appearance in 2003. You can full citrusy and grassy hop flavor. Try this beer with spicy foods, aged cheddar, or the classic beer accompaniment pizza.
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