• 04-08-2009, 12:39 PM
    Hyfi
    OT: Heading out to a new Gastro Pub
    Opened just last week in Horsham PA is the Iron Abbey Gastro Pub. This is a full out Soccer Pub with all Micros and Belgians along with Belgian and Portuguese menu.

    I'm having a tough time deciding what to have since the list is way extensive. Help me decide.

    Iron Abbey Beer Menu

    We serve some of the finest beer in the world. We carry more 200 beers 24 of them on draft.

    ****FEATURED BEERS****

    3 Monts Biere De Garde
    Refreshing summer drink close to a Saison. Better than most white wines.

    Chambly Noire
    From our friends at the world famous Unibroue come this delicious dark ale. Surprisingly light for a dark beer, this pairs up with almost any food.

    Jenlain Biere De Noel
    Biere De Garde 6.8 ABV
    Unique flavors abound in this one. Tart, earthy, fruits and caramel come together in this unique offering.

    Malheur Cuvee Royale
    Biere de Champagne/Biere Brut
    Light alcohol with traces of apple, lemon and grain. Perfect for special occasions!

    N’Ice Chouffe
    Belgian Dark Ale 10 ABV
    Big flavor with the alcohol taste up front. Perfect fro warming up on chilly nights.

    Sly Fox Ichor
    A delicious Quad from Phoenixville. Big flavor, but still smooth and gentle on the palate.

    ****DRAFT****

    Hoegaarden
    White Ale Belgium 4.9% ABV
    This is one of the most popular witbiers out there. Light, crisp, and refreshing,
    try it with an orange or a lemon.

    Stella Artois
    Pale Lager Belgium 5.2% ABV
    You gotta love this beer. It’s light enough to drink more than one,
    but has enough going on to enjoy each time.

    Leffe Blonde
    Pale Ale Belgium 6.6 ABV
    Light enough to pass for a wheat beer, this will satisfy almost any thirst.

    Victory Golden Monkey
    Tripel Downingtown, PA 9.5% ABV
    A great intro to the style of Belgian tripels,
    enjoying more than one will require a designated driver!

    Fullers ESB
    ESB England 5.9% ABV
    One of the best ESBs (Extra Special Bitter) around.
    Don’t be scared of the name, it’s not overly bitter.

    Rogue Dead Guy
    Maibock Oregon, USA 6.5% ABV
    A staff favorite. Definitely a good beer anytime, anywhere.

    Guinness Stout
    Stout Dublin, Ireland 4.2% ABV
    It’s okay to drink it even though it’s not March 17th.

    Lindeman’s Framboise
    Lambic Belgium 4% ABV
    Delicious raspberry concoction. Mix it with Hoegaarden for a "Dirty Ho".

    Sam Adams Seasonal
    To Be Determined

    La Fin Du Monde

    Dogfish 90 Minute IPA
    Double IPA Milton, DE 9% ABV
    If it weren’t for it’s high alcohol content, you could drink this one all day.

    Russian River

    Sly Fox

    Chimay Cing Cents
    Tripel Belgium 8% ABV
    The Holy grail of beer.

    Yuengling Lager
    Lager Pottsville, PA 4.4% BV
    Do we really need to explain this one, do we?

    St. Bernardus Abt12
    Quadrupel Belgium 10.5% ABV
    Definitely a sipper, this full bodied Quad would go great with dinner.

    Ommegang 3 Philosophers
    Quad Cooperstown, NY 9.8% ABV
    Just a little Cherry Lambic separates this from other Quads.

    Stoudts Festbier
    Oktoberfest Adamstown, PA 4.75% ABV
    A microbrewery before microbrewery’s were cool. Still one of the best around.

    Weyerbacher

    Flying Fish Farmhouse Summer Ale
    Saison Cherry Hill, NJ 4.6% ABV
    A light drinking summer that goes down with barely a second thought.
    Worthy of a try.

    Sierra Nevada Porter
    Chico, CA

    Saison Dupont
    Saison Belgium 6.5% ABV
    Similar to the Flying Fish, this is great for those Spring days.

    Yards ESA
    Extra Special Ale Philadelphia, PA 6.3% ABV
    Our favorite beer from the brewery right around the corner.

    Miller Lite or Carlsberg

    ****MAGNUMS****

    Chimay Cinq Cents (white)
    Chimay Grande Reserve (Blue)
    Chimay Premiere (Red)
    Chouffe-bok
    Duvel 3l
    Moinette Blond
    Ommegang Abbey Dubbel
    Ommegang Rare Vos
    Ommegang 3 philosopers
    Russian River Damnation
    Sly Fox Incubus
    Sly Fox Rte 113 IPA
    Stone Arrogant Bastard
    Stone Porter
    La Terrible
    Maudite
    La Trappe Quad
    Rogue 12PA
    Victory V12

    ****BELGIAN/BELGIAN STYLE ALES****

    Belgians ales were initially brewed to compete with German Pilsners during WWII. They’re a little different than other ales, being less bitter and using malts to lend a sweetness to the flavor. Some have natural spice flavors from the yeast and hops, while others have spices added during the brewing process.

    Affligem Blonde
    Light and citrusy with a hint of rosemary. 7%ABV

    Belzebuth Strong Pale Ale
    BIG flavored beer that comes in at an eye opening 13% ABV.

    Chimay Grande Reserve
    Gentle, creamy flavor with a clean finish. 9%ABV

    Chouffe Hommelbier

    Dogfish Head Raison D’etra
    Not a session beer at all, strong and nutty with a sweet, thick mouthfeel.

    Duvel
    Light with lots of spices. 8.5% ABV

    Duvel 3L

    Kasteel Donker
    A sweet flavor with a tart aroma. 11% ABV

    Maredsous 6
    Nice fruit flavor with grassy hops. Very drinkable. 6% ABV

    Moinette Blond
    Light and Flowery, a delicious little known secret. 8.5% ABV

    Ommegang Rare Vos
    Vary balanced beer with a full body. 6.5 ABV

    Orval
    Tastes of banana and clove make this one of the world’s best beers. 6.9% ABV

    Pauwel Kwak
    Hints of spice layer on top of fruits and molasses sugar. 8% ABV

    Rochefort 6
    Medium body with complex tastes. 4.5% ABV

    Rochefort 8
    Silky smooth beer than compares favorably with Chimay Blue. 9.2% ABV

    Russian River Damnation
    Highly carbonated and velvety smooth. An excellent offering. 7% ABV

    La Terrible
    Very well balanced beer from Unibroue. 10.5% ABV

    Maudite
    Pepper, spices and wheat compare favorably with fruits. 8% ABV


    ****DUBBELS****

    Dubbles are noted for their rich, malty flavor.
    You can notice traits of caramel from the crystal malt or even dark candy sugar.


    Aachel 8

    Affligem Dubbel
    Mild flavors that make this standard very drinkable. 7% ABV

    Chimay Premiere
    Simple and smooth, one of the most well known Belgians there is. 7% ABV

    Corsendonk Brown Ale
    Very smooth, a fine example of what a Dubbel should be. 7.5% ABV

    Flying Fish Abbey Dubbel
    One of the best beers for such a low price. 7.3% ABV

    La Trappe Dubbel
    Complex and very well balanced. 6.5% ABV

    Maredsous 8
    Medium bodied and highly carbonated. 8% ABV

    Ommegang Abbey Dubbel
    Another classic offering from the New York Brewery8.5% ABV

    ****TRIPELS****

    The name Tripel comes from the brewing process, when brewers use up to three times the amount of malt than a strandard Trappist beer. This process gives a bright color and a complex flavor. Pale malts and a high alcohol content give these beers a sweet flavor.


    Chimay Cinq Cents
    Spicy and fruity, a great introduction to the style. 8% ABV

    Corsendonk Abbey Pale Ale
    Seems like all the flavors come together in this one: sweet, bitter, spicy, and malty. 7.5% ABV

    Golden Carolus
    Refreshing beer with tastes of wheat, Muscat grapes and sour yeast. 9% ABV

    Kasteel Tripel
    High alcohol makes this a sipping beer. 11% ABV

    La Fin Du Monde
    Very light beer with spices abound. Thanks Unibroue! 9% ABV

    La Chouffe
    A little hopper than most Belgians. 8% ABV

    La Trappe Tripel
    Darker and more earthy than other triples. 8% ABV

    Maredsous 10
    Not too sweet, and just a little acidic. 10% ABV

    Merry Monks
    Lots of fruity yeast, malt and clove with a touch of peppery spice. 9.3% ABV

    Sly Fox Incubus
    Easy drinking beer despite it’s high alcohol count. 10.3% ABV

    Urthel Hibernus Quentum
    Mild and sweet but with a kick at the end. 9% ABV

    Witkap
    Dry and medium bodied. Dangerously addictive!7.5% ABV

    ****QUADRUPELS****

    Darker than the others, the flavor of the Quads are much bolder and
    even higher in alcohol. They are full bodied with a rich, malty taste.

    La Trappe Quadrupel
    Dark fruits, plum and cherries add to the flavor of this beer. 10% ABV

    Ommegang 3 Philosophers
    A touch of cherry lambic separates this beer from the pack.
    Quite possibly the best beer from this amazing brewery. 9.8% ABV

    Rochefort 10
    High alcohol, but still smooth. 11.3% ABV

    Scaldis
    Malty and sweet with a touch of alfalfa. 12% ABV

    Urthel Samaranth Quadrium Ale
    Great beer that’s sweeter than most Quads. 12% ABV

    Victory V12
    Great American take on the Belgian style. 12% ABV

    Weyerbacher Quad
    High alcohol, but light taste makes it seem like a tripel. 12.2% ABV


    ****SAISONS****

    This style of beer was traditionally brewed in the harsh winter to be drank during the long Summer months. These beers are not too sweet, but come with a lot of flavor. They make a wonderful alternative to Wheat beers during the dog days of the season.

    Flying Fish Farmhouse Summer Ale
    Light tasting beer perfect for the Spring or Summer. 4.6% ABV

    Saison DuPont
    Light taste with a floral bouquet. 6.5% ABV

    Ommegang Hennepin
    Bit of a sour taste, but still very drinkable. 7.7% ABV


    ****PILSENERS****

    The Pilsner style is light in color and flavor. A spicy bitterness dominates the flavor for a smooth, crisp taste. A lot of these beers make for good “session beers” and are perfect for settling in and watching the game on TV.


    Amstel Light Netherlands 3.5% ABV
    Brahma Bier Brahma
    Budweiser USA 5% ABV
    Bud Light USA 4.2% ABV
    Carlsberg Denmark 5% ABV
    Coors Light USA 4.2% ABV
    Czechvar Czech Republic 5% ABV
    Corona Extra Mexico 4.6% ABV
    Grolsch Netherlands 5% ABV
    Heineken Netherlands 5% ABV
    Labatt’s Blue leaf Canada 5% ABV
    Lowenbrau Germany 5.2% ABV
    Miller Lite USA 4.17% ABV
    Molson Golden Canada 5% ABV
    Molson Canadian Canada 5% ABV
    Peroni Italy 4.7% ABV
    Pilsner Urquell Czech Republic 4.4% ABV
    St. Pauli Girl Germany 4.9% ABV
    Skol Brazil 4.7% ABV
    Victory Prima Pils Downingtown, PA 5.3% ABV

    ****PORTERS AND STOUTS****

    Porter is said to have been popular with transportation workers of Central London, hence the name. Most traditional British brewing documentation from the 1700’s state that Porter was a blend of three different styles: an old ale (stale or soured), a new ale (brown or pale ale) and a weak one (mild ale). These dark beers are surprisingly smooth for such a heavy and complex taste.

    The main difference with Stouts is the roasted barley which lends a unique flavor to the beer. There are many different kinds, including Imperial, Oatmeal, and Irish; all with their own unique characteristics. Don’t be afraid to get more than one and compare.


    Baltic Thunder
    Chocolate mixed with toasted malt and dark fruit. 8.5% ABV

    Beamish Stout
    Full flavored, just might make you forget about the “other” Irish stout. 4.1 % ABV

    Big Black Voodoo Daddy
    Coffee and Chocolate are offset by a little vanilla in this Imperial Stout. 12% ABV

    Brooklyn Black Chocolate Stout
    Well balanced and creamy. 10.6% ABV

    Guinness Pub Cans

    Guinness Bottles
    The legend itself. 4.2% ABV

    Young’s Double Chocolate Stout Pub Can
    Highly roasted and smoothly sweet. 5.2% ABV

    Sierra Nevada Stout
    Well balanced stout with notes of dark chocolate. 5.8% ABV

    Sierra Nevada Porter
    Earthy taste with coffe. 5.6% ABV

    Dogfish Head World Wide Stout
    Sweet malt and molasses give way to a chocolate flavor. 18% ABV

    Great Divide Yeti Imperial Stout
    Tastes of Vanilla blends with chocolate to hide the high alcohol flavor. 12.2% ABV

    Murphy’s Stout
    Nice and light with espresso and milk chocolate flavor. 4% ABV

    Rogue Shakespeare Stout
    Bittersweet taste with chocolate and coffee. 6% ABV

    Samuel Smith Imperial Stout
    Very drinkable stout with a nice balanced aroma. 7% ABV

    Samuel Smith Oatmeal Stout
    Smooth and sweet. 5% ABV

    Samuel Smith Taddy Porter
    Roasted espresso flavors with just a hint of acidity. 5% ABV

    Sam Adams Honey Porter
    Like the name says, porter flavored with honey. 5.45% ABV

    Stone Porter

    Yuengling Porter

    ****ALES****

    The first style of beer ever made. Top fermenting Yeast is what separates this from the Lager (which uses bottom fermenting Yeast). These beers are clean and hoppy but differ from region to region. You will note subtle differences between the English Ale and the American Ale.

    Abita Turbo Dog New Orleans, LA 6.13% ABV
    Anchor Liberty Ale San Francisco 6% ABV
    Anchor Steam San Francisco 4.9% ABV
    Belhaven Scottish Ale United Kingdom 5.2% ABV
    Belhaven Wee Heavy United Kingdom 6.5 % ABV
    Dogfish Head Indian Brown Ale Milton, DE 7.2% ABV
    Green Flash Hop Head Red California 6% ABV
    Newcastle Brown Ale United Kingdom 4.7% ABV
    Rogue Dead Guy Ale Oregon 6.5% ABV
    Sam Adams Boston Ale Boston, MA 4.94% ABV
    Stone Arrogant Bastard California 7.2% ABV
    Tetley’s English Ale United Kingdom 5% ABV
    Yards ESA Philadelphia, PA 6.3% ABV
    Yards Thomas Jefferson Ale Philadelphia, PA 8% ABV


    ****PALE ALES****

    A ramped up version of the Ale, these are crisper and hoppier than the Ale.

    Bass Pale Ale United Kingdom, 5% ABV
    Sierra Nevada Pale Ale Chico, CA 5.6% ABV
    Flying Fish Extra Pale Cherry Hill, NJ 4.7% ABV
    Fuller’s London Pale Ale United Kingdom
    Fullers ESB United Kingdom 5.9% ABV
    Old Speckled Hen Pub Can United Kingdom 5.2% ABV
    Petrus Aged Pale
    Piraat Pale ale Belgium 9% ABV
    Samuel Smith Old Brewery Pale Ale United Kingdom 5% ABV
    Shipyard Chamberlain Pale Ale Maine 4.9% ABV
    Shipyard Export Pale Ale Maine 5% ABV
    Shipyard Old Thumper Extra Special Maine 5.9% ABV
    Uinta Angler Pale Ale Utah 5.8% ABV
    Wolaver’s Organic Pale Ale Vermont 5.8% ABV

    ****INDIA PALE ALES****

    When English settlers went looking for the Indies, they needed to preserve their beer for the long voyage. This meant the addition of a massive amount of hops imparting that bitter flavor and cold, crisp finish. Even though we don’t need as much hops for preservation, the beer tasty enough to stick around. This is the style that Hop-heads dream about.

    Dogfish Head 60 Min. IPA Milton, DE 6% ABV
    Dogfish Head 90 Min. IPA Milton, DE 9% ABV
    Dogfish Head 120 Min. IPA Milton, DE 21% ABV
    Green Flash West Coast IPA California 7% ABV
    Hops Infusion Easton, PA 6.2% ABV
    Longtrail IPA Vermont 5.9% ABV
    Magic Hat Lucky Kat Vermont 5.8% ABV
    Rogue 12PA Oregon 9.2% ABV
    Sly Fox Rte. 113 IPA Phoenixville, PA 7% ABV


    ****WHEAT BEERS****

    These light crisp beers are perfect for the Summer. Notes of coriander, banana, and cloves take the edge for a delicious flavor. There is much debate as to the addition of a lemon or orange wedge to the brew. Some feel it enhances the flavor…while others find it an insult to the brewer’s creation. It’s your decision, we won’t judge.

    Ayinger Brau Weisse Germany 5.1% ABV
    Blue Moon Colorado 5.4% ABV
    Frankziskaner Hefeweizen Germany 5% ABV
    Franziskaner Dunkelweizen Germany 5% ABV
    Hacker Pschorr Weisse Germany 5.5% ABV
    Hoegaarden Belgium 4.9% ABV
    Magic Hat Circus Boy Vermont 5% ABV
    Paulaner Hefe-weizen Germany 5.5% ABV
    Tucher Hefe Weizen Germany 5.35% ABV
    Widmer Hefeweizen Oregon 4.7% ABV


    ****LAGERS****

    These beers focus more on the malt flavor than the bitter ales.
    Popularized in this area by Yunegling, many are surprised to
    find there’s more than one Lager out there.

    Ayinger Altbairisch Dunkel Germany 5% ABV
    Ayinger Jahrlhundert Germany 5.5% ABV
    Dominion Lager Virginia 5.6% ABV
    Hacker Pschorr Munich Lager Germany 4.9% ABV - Kronenbourg France
    Paulaner Original Munich Lager Germany 4.9% ABV
    Sam Adams Boston Lager Boston, MA 4.75% ABV
    Spaten Lager Germany 5.2% ABV
    Yuengling Lager Pottsville, PA 4.4% ABV



    ****BOCK BEERS****

    These beers are not for the faint of heart. Originally brewed for German Monks
    to sustain themselves during fasting, these beers are heavy and pack a wallop.
    Usually dark in color, they blend a nice hop bitterness with a robust malt flavor.



    Ayinger Celebrator Doppelbock
    This is the beer that other Doppelbocks try to emulate. Still the best. 6.7% ABV

    Chouffe-Bok
    Smooth and crisp. 6.5% ABV

    Moretti Birra La Rossa
    Thick, sweet malty taste. 7.2% ABV

    Paulaner Salvator Doppelbock
    Sweet caramel maltiness with a little hop kick at the end. 7.9% ABV

    Sly Fox Instigator Doppelbock
    Very subtle flavors for a smooth, simple taste. 7.3% ABV

    Spaten Optimator
    More drinkable than other bock beers due to it’s clean finish. 7.2% ABV


    ****FRUIT BEERS****

    These beers are a creation unto themselves, each coming with their own flavor. Some might deemed too sweet for overimbibing, and might best be served with dessert.

    Abita Purple Haze - Raspberry flavored wheat beer 4.2% ABV
    Lindemans Peche Belgium 4% ABV
    Lindeman’s Pomme Belgium 4% ABV
    Lindeman’s Kreik Belgium 4% ABV
    Lindeman’s framboise Belgium 4% ABV
    Magic Hat #9 Vermont 4.6% ABV
    Sam Adams Cherry Wheat - An ale with just a touch of peach flavor 4.6% ABV
    Woodchuck Cider Springfield, VT 5% ABV


    ****BARLEY WINES****

    Don’t let the name fool you, this is very much a beer; in fact, it’s quite a strong and intense beer at that. Very high in alcohol, the flavors can vary greatly from beer to beer.
    Some are sweet, some are more bitter, but always big on flavor.
    Definitely more of a sipping beer, we recommend this
    one to go along with your steak.


    Blithering Idiot Easton, PA 11.1% ABV
    J.W. Lees Harvest ale
    Old Foghorn San Francisco, CA 8.8% ABV
    Old Horizontal Downingtown, PA 11% ABV
    Sierra Nevada Bigfoot Chico, CA 9.6% ABV
  • 04-08-2009, 03:15 PM
    bobsticks
    Nice selection. I've enjoyed the offerings from Rogue and you can never go wrong with Samuel Smith, especially the Oatmeal. That said, I love Stella Artois for casual times but the beer-o-the-year might be, surprisingly, Samuel Adams Black Lager. If it's available in the "seasonal offerings" I highly recommend you try it.
  • 04-08-2009, 03:36 PM
    Hyfi
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by bobsticks
    Nice selection. I've enjoyed the offerings from Rogue and you can never go wrong with Samuel Smith, especially the Oatmeal. That said, I love Stella Artois for casual times but the beer-o-the-year might be, surprisingly, Samuel Adams Black Lager. If it's available in the "seasonal offerings" I highly recommend you try it.


    I started off with the 90 Minute IPA on tap followed by the

    Affligem Blonde
    Light and citrusy with a hint of rosemary. 7%ABV

    then after some scrumptious Fish & Chips finished off with

    St. Bernardus Abt12
    Quadrupel Belgium 10.5% ABV

    Whew, I feel good! This is definitely going to be habit forming. Almost as good as Lowlanders in London.
  • 04-08-2009, 03:38 PM
    Finch Platte
    My vote's for Rogue Dead Guy, but I wasn't even about to peruse more than 1/2 that list.

    Hope you have a DD!
  • 04-08-2009, 04:11 PM
    bobsticks
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Finch Platte
    Hope you have a DD!

    Yeah, I hope you have a DD as well...

    ...This one's for Swish...
  • 04-09-2009, 08:47 AM
    MindGoneHaywire
    Chimay Grande Reserve is the best beer I've ever had.

    For wheat on this list, Paulaner or Hacker-Pschorr.

    Surprised they don't have the Samuel Smith's Organic Lager.
  • 04-09-2009, 08:55 AM
    Swish
    Black Lager wasn't a Sam Adams recipe. I was drinking it...
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by bobsticks
    Nice selection. I've enjoyed the offerings from Rogue and you can never go wrong with Samuel Smith, especially the Oatmeal. That said, I love Stella Artois for casual times but the beer-o-the-year might be, surprisingly, Samuel Adams Black Lager. If it's available in the "seasonal offerings" I highly recommend you try it.

    ...about 15 years ago when it was known as 'Longshot Black Lager' and was an award winner at many tastings. Sam Adams ended up buying them out, which kind of ticked me off, but I guess that's the dream of many small businesses; do well and hope some multi-million dollar company buys you out so you can retire and relax.
  • 04-09-2009, 09:00 AM
    Swish
    Some great stuff on their for sure.
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Hyfi
    Opened just last week in Horsham PA is the Iron Abbey Gastro Pub. This is a full out Soccer Pub with all Micros and Belgians along with Belgian and Portuguese menu.

    I'm having a tough time deciding what to have since the list is way extensive. Help me decide.

    I was just in that area the last two days and will be sure to stop there on my next visit. I'm really partial to the hoppy stuff, so I love the Dogfish Head IPAs, Rogue is nice, Sly Fox does a nice IPA too. Fuller's ESB is another good one. I was at a Fuller's 'Cask Tasting' in a town by the name of Lititz (that's pronounced lit-its for those of you with jaded minds), and the London Pride was as good as I remember whilst enjoying it from a cask in London, and the ESB was excellent as well.
  • 04-09-2009, 12:19 PM
    Hyfi
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Swish
    I was just in that area the last two days and will be sure to stop there on my next visit. I'm really partial to the hoppy stuff, so I love the Dogfish Head IPAs, Rogue is nice, Sly Fox does a nice IPA too. Fuller's ESB is another good one. I was at a Fuller's 'Cask Tasting' in a town by the name of Lititz (that's pronounced lit-its for those of you with jaded minds), and the London Pride was as good as I remember whilst enjoying it from a cask in London, and the ESB was excellent as well.

    I work 5 minutes from the place. Why were you in the area? Maybe next time we could meet up.
  • 04-09-2009, 01:10 PM
    Swish
    I hired a new account executive who lives in Upper Bucks..
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Hyfi
    I work 5 minutes from the place. Why were you in the area? Maybe next time we could meet up.

    ...but we were all over Montgomery, Bucks, and Delaware County the last couple days. I'll be going back to visit her down the road, but probably not until summertime. I'll give you a holler next time I head back.
  • 04-10-2009, 08:35 AM
    richmon
    Holy braincell batman, that's an impressive list of elixers, have tried quite a few on that list,
    you might try looking up the reviews on www.beeradvocate.com for insight. Beer is so subjective, but my favorites on that list are..
    Yards ESA
    La Chouffe -especially delicious if on tap
    Leffe Blond
    Young’s Double Chocolate Stout Pub Can -creamy + chocolatey

    Samuel Smith Taddy Porter -
    Belhaven Wee Heavy
    Frankziskaner Hefeweizen
    Franziskaner Dunkelweizen
    Ayinger Celebrator Doppelbock
    Paulaner Salvator Doppelbock
    Spaten Optimator
  • 04-10-2009, 10:10 AM
    Hyfi
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by richmon
    Holy braincell batman, that's an impressive list of elixers, have tried quite a few on that list,
    you might try looking up the reviews on www.beeradvocate.com for insight. Beer is so subjective, but my favorites on that list are..
    Yards ESA
    La Chouffe -especially delicious if on tap
    Leffe Blond
    Young’s Double Chocolate Stout Pub Can -creamy + chocolatey

    Samuel Smith Taddy Porter -
    Belhaven Wee Heavy
    Frankziskaner Hefeweizen
    Franziskaner Dunkelweizen
    Ayinger Celebrator Doppelbock
    Paulaner Salvator Doppelbock
    Spaten Optimator

    I hope to work through the whole list in time. This place is very similar to the pub in London, Lowlanders.