Event Planner: WA: Brouwer’s Cafe pours Cider 5/28 & 5/31 Double Mountain

image of Brouwer's Cafe at night, courtesy of P D Gibson's Flickr pageThe first event features something a bit different, cider. More importantly Brouwer’s will be featuring Crispin Oak Aged Marvin (aged with Molasses, Honey, Dark Chocolate, and Black Cherries) fermented with Stout yeast. Some call it Soul Cider, but we will let you name it, after you try it.

Monday May 28th, 2012 11:00 AM – 2:00 AM (or until the kegs are emptied. whichever comes first)
Crispin Oak-aged Marvin on tap
400 North 35th Street Seattle, WA 98103

But if cider isn’t your thing then swing in on Thursday May 31st, when they tap a couple of Double Mountain beers, including Clusterf#ck India Pale Ale.

About Clusterf#ck India Pale Ale (sourced from New School Beer Blog)

Spurred to action by the Amnesia Single Hop Festival, we ring in the summer with this hop-forward IPA. Clusters were the dominant hop in the US brewing industry literally for centuries, and the forerunner of many of our modern Northwest varieties. They have a unique aroma with quite a bit of citrus and a heft of herbal goodness. The Clusterf#ck recipe features Clusters in the kettle, in the hop back, and especially in the fermenter for dry-hopping. Pilsner and honey malts form the baseline; Clusters make the melody. 6.6% ABV, 75 BU. Clusterf#ck will be on tap in limited supply at select beer bars, and at the Double Mountain Taproom in Hood River.

Thursday May 31st, 2012 11:00 AM – 2:00 AM (or until the kegs are emptied. whichever comes first)
Double Mountain Brewery beers tapped including Clusterf#ck India Pale Ale
400 North 35th Street  Seattle, WA 98103

See you there

Cheers

About the Photo’s Author

Paul Gibson originally hails from Carlsbad, New Mexico, so it’s no wonder he prefers the Northwest’s cooler temperatures and its vast selection of hoppy delicious beers. As a kid, he first started taking photos with an Instamatic of his friends on their BMX bikes. Now he takes photos of beer, breweries and on occasion street photography, events and concerts—minus the Instamatic. You can see more of his photos on Flickr ( www.flickr.com/photos/p_d_gibson ).

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