Friday, March 13, 2015

Fri, 13 Mar 2015

Welcome to Friday the Firkinteenth #31. As always cash only on the first floor, food on second floor and drink plenty of water. Most importantly, have fun and be courteous to fellow customers and your bartenders, without them none of this would be possible. Check back here periodically for updates ad they happen.

10:50 Update

Boaks Flamethrower Belgian Wheat Beer with Asian & Mexican flair
Duck Rabbit Oatmeal Oyster Stout
Dock Street West of Center Pale Ale with citra

Long Trail Stand Out Pale Ale dry hopped with citra and brewed with citra and elusive Equinox hop
Heavy Seas Cross Bones Session IPA with citra, simoce, and amarillo
Cape May Turtle Gut
Evil Genius Mango Wit
Troegs Javahead Stout
Neshaminy Creek Croydon Cream Ale cask conditioned straight up
Stoudts Mango APA
Prism Raspberry ParTea
Flying Fish Lemon Ginger Summerfish
Philadelphia Pennsylvania Pale Ale extra loaded up with hops
Round Guys Fear of a Brett Planet with tequila soaked oak chips.
Sly Fox Seamus Irish Red dry hopped with some of their own “estate grown hops” from the brewery
Yards Grapefruit Philly Pale Ale
Manayunk Clutch Peanut Butter Porter
St. Benjamin India Cream Ale with simcoe and Amarillo
Free Will Mango Wheat with mangoes and Brux
Naked Jalup In Yo Bizzness a saison aged with jalapeno peppers
Helltown Purgatory
Ithaca Flower Power dry hopped wtih citra & orange peel
Conshohocken Single Hop Centennial
Barren Hill Richard Hoppy Rye Amber

Due Up:

Draft Beer Update:

Anchor Winter Wheat replaced Samuel Adams Cold Snap. A new one this past year, it is a dunkelweizen.

Sly Fox Seamus Irish Red replaced 21st Amendment Kilt By Wildfire. We have two of this Irish-style red ale for St. Patrick's Day weekend.

DuClaw / Cigar City Impey Barbicane's Moon Gun replaced Yards Brawler. A session amber ale from a collaboration of two great breweries. The name comes from some science fiction thing that I don't remember and really don't feel like searching for.

Boulder Shake Chocolate Porter kicked on the beer engine and we have nothing to replace it. Sorry!

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