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Meet and Greet with the founders of Westbrook Brewing Co. on July 28th

26 July 2012 No Comment

We hope that you all can join us on Friday, July 28th from 6 p.m. to 8 pm. for a special meet and greet event with Edward and Morgan Westbrook, the founders of Westbrook Brewing Company!

The Westbrooks will be stopping by to hang out and discuss the fantastic beers they are making up in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina.  If that was not treat enough, they are bringing three very limited draft offerings for your tasting pleasure (beers and description listed below).  That means you get to try some hard to find beers while talking them over with the great folks who make them . . . AND you get to do all of that as the beginning of your Friday night.  That’s starting the weekend in style if you ask us.  So we will just put you down for good times at 6 p.m. on the 28th?  Sounds good.  See you then!


Draught Offerings

  • Brett & No Mices : “Instead of just complaining, there is no hopefully enough or a chance that some of you will take notice of the subtle vinous oak character, and funky old timey taste of this 10 month barrel-aged and dry-hopped Belgian-style pale ale.”  6.5% ABV   30 IBU
  • Citrus Ninja :  “Our double IPA collaboration with The Charleston Beer Exchange.  This year’s version (in our opinion) blows the first batch out of the water. The malt bill is simplified, resulting in a lighter, drier beer – which allows the massive hop additions to shine through. A mix of fresh grapefruit, lemons, limes, and oranges was added to the boil, and this batch also features a blend of several different American and New Zealand hop varieties, instead of just Cascade.”
  • Jalopy Crop Duster : “A Belgian-style Tripel dry-hopped with Citra and Nelson Sauvin and coming in at 9.5% abv. This was a very small batch and is draft only, so get it while you can!”

Canned Offering

  • White Thai : “This beer, inspired by the flavors of Southeast Asian cuisine, is a twist on the classic Belgian witbier style. Instead of the traditional coriander and orange peel spicing regimen, we add fresh lemongrass, ginger root, and a dash of Sorachi Ace hops. The result is a wonderfully refreshing ale with notes of lemon candy, citrus fruit, and a slight spiciness from the ginger. Best served at 45˚F in a tulip or wine glass.”  5% ABV  16 IBU


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