Saturday, October 22, 2011

Sat, 22 Oct 2011

Man, seems I only just left this place a few hours ago. Probably because that's accurate. I'm back in early for today's Victory Village Breakfast.

Village is Victory's every so often coffee beer. What better beer to pair with our brunch menu? The nifty thing about Victory Village is unlike most coffee beers which are either porters or stouts, Village is a brown ale. I don't like hot coffee but I love this.

Steve and maybe Pete from Victory will be here this morning until 1pm or so. They will have some give-aways with them. So why not come out and say hi, and have something off our great breakfast menu? Besides Village on tap, we also have Sunrise Wheat and Hop Devil on tap. And we also have their newest beer, Otto, in 750ml bottles.

Draft Beer Update
Stoudts Heifer-in Wheat sure as heck didn't last long; which is no shocker, it is a phenomonal hefeweizen. But then again we were counting on Heifer-in to kick quickly since we needed to get Victory Sunrise Weissbier tapped for this morning's Victory Village Breakfast. Sometimes the best laid plans of mice and men gets the cheese or something like that.

Victory Harvest Ale didn't last long either. Replacing is another wet hopped beer, Dock Street Fresh Hop OMG Pale Ale.

Lagunitas A Little Sumpin' Wild replaced Otter Creek Alpine Black IPA. A Little Sumpin' Wild is a wild yeast version of Langunitas's A Little Sumpin' Sumpin'. We had this on before but I don't remember it well. I'll looking forward to getting reacquainted.

Philadelphia Kenzinger replaced Yards Brawler. One great city, two great session beers. Actually both Philly and Yards make more than one great session beer, and all of them are in rotation here at the Grey Lodge.

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