Saturday, July 05, 2008

Tapped: Sly Fox Helles Bock, Great Divide Wild Raspberry, Brookynner Weisse, Roy Pitz Lovitz Lager, Summit Scandia

Sly Fox Helles Bock replaced Sly Fox Mt. Ranier IPA. Helles Bock is a slightly dark, tasty lager, mmm.

Great Divide Wild Raspberry replaced Legacy Midnight Wit. This one isn't super sweet, and is enjoyed by fruit beer lovers and fruit beer dis-likers alike.

Brookynner Weisse replaced Troegs Nugget Nectar. Nothing having to travel very far, this hefeweizen is often fresher and better than the German originals, at least here in Mid-Atlantic states. I had one last night, and it really hit the spot.

Roy Pitz Lovitz Lager replaced Breckenridge SummerBright. This watermelon lager is a love it or hate it beer. Me - love it! Love it! Troy - hate it! Hate it!

Summit Scandia replaced Summit 20th Anniversary ESB. Both Pat McG and Mary Kay love Scandia, and with great reason... it's a great white ale.

Update: We were able to tame the somewhat rebellious cask of
Troegs Hopback Amber, so it is now tapped on our handpump. Cask ales are often referred to as being alive, which they are. This cask of Hopback is especially lively.

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