Friday, November 12, 2010
We just got in 10 cases of each of these on closeout!
Great price -- only $1.79 / 22oz
Compare to $7.99 online at Binny's in Chicago
Avery Collaboration not Litigation Ale....$1.79 / 22oz
We are on Batch #3 now!
Salvation. The name of two intricate Belgian-style ales, created by us, Vinnie Cilurzo of Russian River Brewing and Adam Avery of Avery Brewing. After becoming friends a few years ago, we realized we both had a Salvation in our lineups. Was it going to be a problem? Should one of us relinquish the name rights? “Hell, no!” we said. In fact, it was quickly decided that we should blend the brews to catch the best qualities of each and create an even more complex and rich libation. In April 2004, in a top secret meeting at Russian River Brewing (well, actually it was packed in the pub and many were looking over our shoulders wondering what the hell was going on), we came up with the perfect blend of the two Salvations. Natalie, Vinnie’s much more significant other, exclaimed, “We should call this Collaboration, not Litigation Ale!” “Perfect,” we shouted! We celebrated deep into the night (or is that morning?). Fast forward to November 14, 2006. After talking about it for over two years, we finally decided to pull the trigger and Vinnie made the journey to Avery Brewing to brew his Salvation exactly as he does in his brewery." -- Avery
Avery Anniversary Ale Sixteen Saison...$1.79 / 22oz
Limited edition - brewed once and then it is gone! Beer Style: Saison Ale
Hop Variety: Sterling
Malt Variety: Two-row barley, pale malted wheat
OG: 1.065 ABV: 7.69%
Adjuncts: peaches, jasmine and honey
Availability: One and done. Bottled in May of '09
"Finally, we're SIXTEEN! Dad, can we have the keys? No really, we'll totally take care of her--keep her clean--fill up her tanks--show her off to our friends and let 'em see what we can really do. Really? Thanks, dude! Promise to make you proud. Now to go find Jasmin, Peches and Miel! Well, we got her started and decided to add a few things to the tank. SIXTEEN is a harmonious combination of jasmine, peaches and honey fermented with an unmistakable Belgian yeast strain, all weaving a marvelously spicy and fruity, massively estery and dry, saison ale." -- brewery
Thursday, November 11, 2010
Wednesday, November 10, 2010
"Corsendonk Christmas Ale....For the reddish brown Christmas beer, the Corsendonk brewer uses roasted special malts, the finest hops and selected yeasts, spiced up with a touch of coriander. With its delicate malty nose, Corsendonk Christmas Ale has everything what only the very best Christmas beer could possibly offer: a round, balanced taste with a dry and refined aftertaste.
to order call 314-989-0020
Whole Turkey (fried (12-14# only) or roasted) $4.95* per pound
12 to 14 pounds OR 22 to 24 pounds, must buy whole turkey
Serving guide-1# whole turkey weight per person
Whole Turkey Breast (roasted) $9.95* per pound
Crab Stuffed Salmon $17.95 per pound
Cornish Game Hen $7.95 per pound
Beef Tenderloin $25.25 per pound
Prepared rare to medium-rare
Spiral Ham $9.95 per pound
Sliced w/ brown sugar glaze
Whole Duck $8.95* per pound
5 Pound average, must buy whole duck
*Sliced or de-boned, add $1 per pound
Giblet Gravy $10.00 per quart
Mashed Potatoes $4.50 per pound
Roasted Red Potatoes $4.50 per pound
Whipped Sweet Potatoes $5.50 per pound
Traditional Challah Stuffing $4.50 per pound
Cornbread Stuffing $4.50 per pound
Fresh Cranberry Salad $9.95 per quart
Steamed Asparagus $8.95 per pound
Honey Roasted Carrots w/ Pecan Glaze $5.50 per pound
Autumn Roasted Vegetables $9.95 per pound
Fresh Green Beans $6.50 per pound
Fresh Green Bean Casserole $5.95 per pound
Spinach Soufflé $6.50 per pound
Grilled Vegetables $9.95 per pound
Pumpkin Cheesecake $16.00 (5in) $26.00 (8in)
Traditional Pumpkin Pie $14.00
Dutch Apple Pie $14.00
Pecan Pie $14.00
Cherry Pie $14.00
Carrot Cake $14.00 (5in) $24.00 (8 in)
Panache Truffle Cake $14.00 - $16.00 (5in) $20.00 - $24.00 (8in)
To guarantee your holiday order, all orders must be placed by Monday, November 22nd.
All orders received after the 22nd are subject to availability.
All orders are to be picked up Wednesday November 24th.
but we will taste for sure...
Boulevard 21st Anniversary Fresh Hop Ale
Sierra Nevada Fresh Hop Celebration Ale
Anchor Christmas Ale
Bells Christmas Ale
I will post final list tomorrow....
Should be in good supply in the beginning, so reservations are not necessary. No limit.
Order it online now
Boulevard 21st Anniversary Fresh Hop Pale Ale....$11.99 / 750ml
Boulevard 21st Anniversary Fresh Hop Pale Ale is brewed in loving tribute to our flagship Pale Ale. When Boulevard founder John McDonald first brewed Pale Ale back in 1989, it was considered edgy, even over-the-top, and consumed by only the most dedicated craft beer loyalists. Today, pale ales literally pale in comparison to the latest trend of “imperialized” beers that are bigger, bolder, and even more flavorful. Our brewmaster, Steven Pauwels, says he hopes that Boulevard’s 21st Anniversary offering will have the same effect on beer lovers that our original Pale Ale had two decades ago.
On Friday, August 20th, our brewers prepared for the special batch by loading into the hopper more than 130 bags of specialty malt. Because it’s a Pale Ale, they determined that the malt should hail from the homeland of that style, Great Britain, so they employed England’s Maris Otter Pale Malt to give the beer a rich, nutty malt flavor. With Munich and Caramel malts added for color and body, the brewers ensured a strong malty backbone.
The mashing began Saturday morning, followed by lautering of the wort. The kettle was then filled, and a magnificent blend of Cascade, Hallertau, Magnum, Styrian Golding and Centennial hops created an incredible, intoxicating aroma throughout the brewery. Other employees gathered ‘round the brewhouse, sharing favorite Boulevard stories and memories. The brewers even opened a few other beers for all to sample (imagine that!), providing even more inspiration and ideas for future brews.
The beer is now happily fermenting. When finished, our brewers and cellarmen will wet-hop the 125-barrel tank with 500 pounds of fresh-from-the-vine Cascade hops. We’ll try to post some photos. Too bad we can’t post aromas…
Boulevard 21st Anniversary Fresh Hop Pale Ale won’t be released until closer to our actual birthday, November 17th. It was on that date in 1989 that John loaded the first keg of Pale Ale into his pickup, drove it down the street, and tapped it at a local Mexican restaurant. We hope you will join us in celebration on that day, perhaps with a bottle of our 21st Anniversary brew, and raise a glass to craft beer." -- Boulevard Blog
Tuesday, November 9, 2010
Available online - click here - sold out
Sold out again
Boulevard Smokestack Saison Brett Batch #2...$11.99 / 750ml
"Our gold medal-winning Saison was the starting point for this limited edition ale. It was then dry hopped, followed by bottle conditioning with various yeasts, including Brettanamyces, a wild strain that imparts a distinctive earthy quality. Though this farmhouse ale was given three months of bottle age prior to release, further cellaring will continue to enhance the "Brett" character, if that's what your after. Our Special Release Ales are produced in batches so small that we individually number each bottle. When they're gone, they're gone." -- back label
In stock at Forsyth now!!
Anchor Christmas Ale 2010....$11.29 / 6pk
Anchor Christmas Ale 2010....$$16.99 / magnum
Every year since 1975 the brewers at Anchor have brewed a distinctive and unique Christmas Ale, which is available from early November to mid-January. The Ale's recipe is different every year—as is the tree on the label—but the intent with which we offer it remains the same: joy and celebration of the newness of life. Since ancient times, trees have symbolized the winter solstice when the earth, with its seasons, appears born anew. Our tree for 2010 is the Ginkgo biloba tree." -- brewery
Monday, November 8, 2010
Bad Elf Winter Ale...$4.99 / pint
ELF WARNING: Consumption of too much Winter's Ale may be bad for your elf and may impair your ability to drive a sleigh or operate toy-making machinery." -- importer
Based on an original recipe from 1795, Very Bad Elf has nutty and sweet-roasted flavors attributable to its use of an ancient pale malt, uniquely recreated for this delightful ale. A rare variety of Fuggles hops dating to the mid-1800’s gives the beer a soft, rounded bitterness and uncanny drinkability.
The illustration for the Very Bad Elf label was painted by Massachusetts artist Gary Lippincott." -- importer
Seriously, you don't want to miss this beer.
BREAKING NEWSSeriously Bad Elf has been banned in Connecticut! That little red speck you see in the background of the label? Why, that's none other than Kris Kringle, Santa Claus, who, according to the Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection, cannot appear on a beer label. Sleep well, Connecticutians! Your government is working overtime to protect you. (By the way, you can buy Seriously Bad Elf in Massachusetts. And New York. And Rhode Island. But please do not carry the offending bottles across state lines.)" -- importer
The handiwork of vastly talented (but altogether too cheery) master brewer Peter Scholey, Lump of Coal is the perfect stocking stuffer for the beer lover or manic depressive in your family." -- brewery
Sunday, November 7, 2010
Update was posted on Beernews.org
[11/4 Update: From Brewmaster, Stephen Hale: "We do indeed plan to have limited distribution for these four beers, primarily because of our batch size (~14 bbls., we’ll brew one for 750 ml. bottles, and one for draft). The distribution details are still being discussed, but I can give you the current estimated release dates for all four beers:
Beer #1 (Imperial Pilsner, as you know) 26 December 2010, but likely only at our two pubs, with further distribution beginning the next day.
Beer #2 sometime in March 2011
Beer #3 21 July 2011
Beer #4 26 December 2011
**all dates, of course, are subject to change
Since things can change so quickly, we can’t quite promise what the distribution of these beers is going to be, both with regard to the territory as well the volume of both bottle and draft available."]