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Saturday, November 25, 2006
There is absolutely nothing happening at Iron Hill in West Chester, PA
There's the bourbon barrel-aged version of the Baltic Porter...(all hail the wood!) Oh, and the West Coast Wheat...(soft cask-conditioned wheat diabolically hopped) A Wee Heavy has been spotted on tap...(it ain't heavy, it's my beer) Berliner Weisse...(yes, no, maybe?) In the next couple of weeks, an Imperial IPA and Quadrupel will be flowing from the taps...(how "big" will they be?) A growing collection of 25 ounce bottles of their Russian Imperial Stout, Tripel, Saison, Dubbel, and others are available for take-out...(if you haven't yet tried the R.I.S., are you waiting for an excuse?!) Other than that, there's nothing happening at the West Chester, PA location of Iron Hill.
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I am sure it is no suprise (for those of you who know me) that I have tried each one of those beers mentioned to be on tap. The West Coast Wheat is good... decent hop taste, light and drinkable beer. The Wee Heavy was good... but not really my thing. I think I tried a sample of the Baltic Porter... which was good. The Berliner Weisse was interesting... you have the options of drinking it by itself... or have it spiked with Woodruff (marshmellow tasting green colored) or Raspberry flavoring (Jackie's favorite). I am really looking forward to the Imperial IPA and Quadrupel.
While you are there... get an order of the cheesesteak eggrolls... we are addicted to them!
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