In celebration of Spring, we will be hosting Founders Brewing beer and Field Trip Beef Jerky Tasting on March 29th from 6pm to 8pm. We will be featuring Founders very easy drinking All Day IPA, as well as some of their other great beers, and Field Trip’s delicious beef jerky.
It’s back! After almost half a year, this amazing sauce has found it’s way from Montreal, Canada onto our shelves. La Salsa della Nonna, or Grandma’s Tomato Sauce, is handmade in small batches in the Mile End section of Montreal, Canada. Chef Franco Gattuso follows his Sicilian grandmother’s family recipes and uses all natural ingredients; it does not contain any preservatives whatsoever. The sauce is also made with unprocessed olive oil from Oliveto in the Calabria region of Italy.
This is one lacerative muther of an ale. It is unequivocally certain that your feeble palate is grossly inadequate and thus undeserving of this liquid glory…and those around you would have little desire to listen to your resultant whimpering. Instead, you slackjawed gaping gobemouche, slink away to that pedestrian product that lures agog the great unwashed with the shiny happy imagery of its silly broadcast propaganda. You know, the one that offers no challenge, yet works very, very hard to imbue the foolhardy with the absurd notion that they are exercising ‘independent’ thought, or attempts to convey the perception it is in some way ‘authentic’ or ‘original.’ It’s that one that makes you feel safe and delectates you into basking in the warm, fuzzy, and befuddled glow of your own nescience. Why so many allow themselves to be led by the nose lacks plausible explanation. Perhaps you have been so lulled by the siren song of ignorance that you don’t even notice your white-knuckle grip on it. You feel bold and unique, but alas are nothing but sheep, willingly being herded to and fro. If you think you are being piqued in this text, it is nothing when compared to the insults we are all asked to swallow streaming forth from our televisions and computers. Truth be told, you are being coddled into believing you are special or unique by ethically challenged “pay no attention to the man behind the curtain” marketers who layer (upon layer) imagined attributes specifically engineered to lead you by the nose. Should you decide to abdicate your ability to make decisions for yourself, then you are perhaps deserving of the pabulum they serve. Double Bastard Ale calls out the garrulous caitiffs who perpetrate the aforementioned atrocities and demands retribution for their outrageously conniving, intentionally misleading, blatantly masturbatory and fallacious ad campaigns. We demand the unmitigated, transparent truth. We demand forthright honesty. We want justice! Call ‘em out and line ‘em up against the wall… NOW.
First Release Date:
2012 Release: October 29th
22oz Bottles, 3 Litre Bottles, & Draft
After a long hiatus, Nolita Mart’s Tasting Night is back. This time, the beers we are featuring is from Stone Brewing Co., the people responsible for incredible beers like Arrogant Bastard Ale and Ruination IPA. Joining them will be Anarchy in a Jar showcasing their delightful and creative jams. LUSH English Toffee will also be in attendance to share their delicious English-style toffees. It will be a sweet night.
Brewed in honor of the 1000th batch at our original Clybourn brewpub. A liquid as dark and dense as a black hole with thick foam the color of a bourbon barrel. The nose is an intense mix of charred oak, chocolate, vanilla, caramel and smoke. One sip has more flavor than your average case of beer.
Style: Bourbon Barrel-Aged Imperial Stout
Alcohol by Volume: 14.5%
International Bitterness Units: 60
Malt: 2-Row, Munich, Chocolate, Caramel, Roast Barley, Debittered Black
Preferred Glass: Snifter
Food Pairings: Flourless Chocolate Cake
Cheese Pairings: Capriole Bourbon Chocolate Torte
Cellaring Notes: Develops in the bottle for up to 5 years
Great American Beer Festival Recognition:
Judging Category: Wood & Barrel Aged Strong Stout
2010: Bronze Medal
World Beer Cup Recognition:
Judging Category: Barrel Aged Beer
2006: Gold Medal
Complete Awards List
Kelso of Brooklyn Pilsner
Czech/Bohemian Pilsner. Golden and slightly sweet with a floral aroma, the finish is dry. Lagered for six weeks.
Dead Guy is an Oregon brewed German-style Maibock made with Rogues proprietary “Pacman” ale yeast. It is created from Northwest Harrington, Klages, Maier Munich and Carastan malts, along with Perle and Saaz Hops.
Dead Guy Ale pours into a glass with a nice hazy, deep golden honey color with a creamy head that dissipates into a thin band of bubbles. Its aroma is of sweet honey and malts with hints of citrus.
The flavor is reminiscent of honey graham crackers. It leads with toasted malt into a slight honey sweetness and complimented by a light citrus hop bitterness.
When drinking, the Dead Guy is very smooth and a bit creamy. It almost has the feel of drinking a stout but not as heavy.
Basically, Rogue’s Dead Guy Ale is smooth, malty beer that’s not too sweet nor overly hoppy. Overall, it’s a well balanced beer that’s just perfect for whatever the occasion.
For this Halloween, Rogue has made Dead Guy glow-in-the-dark bottles. We have these bad boys available in our Craft Beer Fridge in 22oz bottles for $8.99+tax.
Liquid Gold — Belgian Style Ale
Don’t let the golden color fool you — this isn’t your father’s lite beer! Brewed with imported German malts and US-grown hops, this beer is a full-flavored introduction to craft-brewed beer. We add the hops late in the boil, allowing you to enjoy the flavor and aroma of the hops without an aggressive bitterness.
Aromas of orange, spice, and green grass. Clean malt-dominated flavor, with a subdued bitterness playing in the background of the aromas of this beer.
A great match with fish and chicken, both sautéed and grilled, especially with citrus and herbs preparations. Shellfish steamed in Liquid Gold is a match made in beer heaven.
Hops: Crystal, Sterling, Cascade.
Malts: German Pilsner and Vienna.
Type of Glass: Other
Blue Point Toasted Lager
Our Award-Winning Flagship Brew!
The best thing to come out of a brick oven since pizza. Well, we’ve upgraded from our original direct-fire brick kettle, but our flagship Toasted Lager still has the same toasted flavor it was named for. Copper in color, our most popular and unique brew is made from six different malts, including English Pale, Crystal, Munich, Carapils, Wheat, and Belgian Caravienna. Toasted Lager’s balanced flavor of malt and hops makes for easy drinking and the special lager yeast we use produces an exceptional, long-lasting smooth finish.
Always in the Tank 24-7 / 365
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We are back in action! After the demise of our old kegerator, we searched around for a similar replacement. That is until we realized that it would be much cooler if we convert one of our spare refrigerator display cases. Our new kegerator now sports five tap faucets and can hold even more kegs which you can see with the glass doors of the fridge. You can also watch the beer flow through the tap lines as we fill your growler. How cool is that?