Monday, April 23, 2007

Pint Night 04/18/07 Spaten Mai Bock

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Alcohol by Volume: 6.5 %
Original Gravity: 11.7 degrees
February - May 2007


Spaten Bock. The Classic German Blonde Bock Beer.
Spaten Bock will be primarily promoted in draft through Spring 2007 with thematic Spaten Bock POS including limited edition glassware, coasters and posters. Ask for Spaten Bock at your favorite Pub or Restaurant.
Spaten Bock. Taste the Munich flavor.
Spaten Mai Bock is the authentic German spring beer with a deep golden color and a richt malt flavor. The precise ratio of malt to hops guarantees that this strong beer is balanced to perfection.

Monday, April 02, 2007

Beer Safari: Japanese 03/29/07 Asahi Super Dry

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Pint Night 03/28/07 Unibroue Chambly Noire

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Since: 2005
Type: Black Ale
Alcohol: 6,2% ABV
Color: Black with beige-colored foam
Taste: Roasted malt character and very little hop bitterness
Aroma: Hints of roasted coffee beans, toast and toffee
Shelf life: 2 years
Suggestions: Grilled salmon, steak or tuna au poivre, smoked meats, coffee-crusted rack of lamb, or chocolate espresso flan


The opaque blackness and beige-colored
foam mousse of Chambly Noire belie its light,
refreshing body and clean, long finish,
featuring hints of roasted coffee beans, toast
and toffee.
We recommend pairing it with grilled salmon,
steak or tuna au poivre, smoked meats,
coffee-crusted rack of lamb, or chocolate
espresso flan.

Pint Night 03/14/07 Harp Lager

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Harp: A golden lager
Harp’s distinctive, refreshing taste has earned it six gold medals in the famous annual Monde Selection beer tasting competition. It is Northern Ireland’s number one lager.
Harp is brewed using golden barley and the choicest hops to give a smooth satisfying lager taste. In blind taste testing research in Ireland, Harp receives most favoured status time after time.
Since its launch in 1960, Harp has remained a premium Irish lager. In 1996, its already successful export brew was launched in Irish off-licences. Harp 5% Export is a premium lager with a 5% alcohol content and a rich, smooth taste. Harp is also exported to Europe and Canada.
Harp Lager was established in 1960 to meet the growing demand for a high quality local lager. Dr. Herman Muender, a master brewer from Germany, was invited to create a new golden lager brewed in the traditional continental style. The Dundalk Brewery was transformed to produce the new lager.
In 1997 the brand was renamed Harp Irish Lager and is now brewed in the UK, as well as Ireland.
Harp is supported in Northern Ireland by multimedia advertising and promotion. The tone of the advertising is fun and sociable and centres on Harp’s sponsorship involvement with the Season Football Programme.