The Rose Project is playing at KBC on Sunday, July 23rd from 6-9pm!
This is a Tripel. You’ve been warned, and maybe warmed. Alcoholic sweetness balanced by high carbonation, a touch of ginger and coriander. Yummy. Herbal, spice and citrus notes. Dangerously easy to drink!
Think of Vermont as a beer style. This Double IPA uses the Vermont (Conan) yeast, U.K. malts and four American and one U.K. hop variety, massively. Tons of light fruits, apple and peach drops, a bit zesty in the finish. ABV 7%
Don’t IPA me I’ll IPA you! This is a sour, a Belgian and a bit Yank, and a little dank. Lorries full of hops in this one, Citra and Simcoe, pucker up mate. ABV 6.5%
Word has it, Porter is the original ale. The recipe is an agglomeration of historical London grist bills with English brown malt for a burnt cookie chocolate note, with the English ale yeast yielding a stone fruit, figgy flavor. Smooth, rich, but sessionable finish. Recommended for general family use where a Pale Ale is not required. ABV 6.1%
What makes this beer is the all English malt bill, Maris Otter for the base and a dash of Carastan for a slight sweetness. Add Amarillo and Blanc for a floral citrus edge and we’re there. At 6.8% ABV you might just find yourself under the affluence on incahol
What you’re looking at is a sexy little number that would rank right up there with the best of the English Pale Ales. Crisp and creamy. Simple, elegant. Candied pears, spice drops, hay and a bit of honeyed biscuits, clean, dry with a mouth-filling stone fruit notes. Not exceedingly bitter but loads of flavor.
This deep crimson colored scotch ale has a dark caramel note only possible with a traditional Scottish 4-hour boil. A moderate hop schedule reveals a complex flavor profile reminiscent of dark fruit and toast. Succulent finish. ABV 6.3%
Classic summer beer from Cologne, refreshing, easy drinking and not too high in alcohol. All German pilsner malt with a touch of Vienna so the dryness is not too pronounced. Gentle persons, start your lawn mowers.