Thursday, March 20, 2008

Whats New at the Times.

We have a bunch of new additions to our list! We have added the Kasteel Dunker, base beer for the much beloved Kasteel Rouge, and welcomed back our old friend Dekoninck (in the bottle that is).
We are also exploring the "Wide World of Wild Fermentation" with some new lambics. Look for St. Louis Peche and a selection from Cantillon.
The next Brooklyn Brewmasters' Reserve is almost here. It is going to be a Doppelbock. They have based their recipe on traditional German doppelbocks . Using German hops and malts cold fermented with a Bavarian yeast to produce this 'bready, and slightly sweet" brew.
This beer has been brewed by monks for centuries to sustain themselves during the 40 days of Lent. Hence, this solid and hearty style of beer has been nicknamed "liquid-bread". This beer will be available by the end of the month.

2 comments:

VincentPall said...

Will this be available on tap or in bottle form?

Davidtime said...

The Brooklyn series is all on tap. It's all exclusive in Raleigh and has a very nice fan base. Great stuff.
cheers