Sunday, October 14, 2007

Tap List at Flying Pig Saloon in Malvern, PA - 10/14/07

On an attempted regular basis, I'll post the tap list here to the Flying Pig Saloon in Malvern, PA. I have no affiliation with the establishment other than living within 2 miles of it and appreciating the usual quality tap and bottle list. If you like this idea, please drop me a note.

On Draft as of 10/14/07
Ayinger OktoberFest-Märzen
Hacker-Pschorr Oktoberfest-Märzen
Weihenstephaner Festbier
Oskar Blues Dale's Pale Ale
Smuttynose Pumpkin Ale
Breckenridge 471 Double IPA
Samuel Adams Cherry Wheat
Sly Fox Royal Weisse
Stone Oaked Arrogant Bastard
Brouwerij De Musketiers Troubadour Blond Ale


Adam said...

My wife really enjoyed the Pumpkin Ale from Smuttnose the other night. Thanks for posting the tap list. She couldn't remember the name of it.

Now, should I try to brew one like it? Hmmmm...

Bryan Kolesar said...

But, where's the Pumpking? You must've drank it all!

Bryan Kolesar said...

did you buy fresh pumpkins this weekend? Let's brew it!

Adam said...

I had the Pumking weeks ago at The Flying Pig. It tasted alright.

Then I had it at The Drafting Room and it was incredible!

Adam said...

Oh...I forgot. Yes, I bought some crooked neck pumpkin. I'm not sure if I'll have time to make it this week, but, perhaps next.

I do want to try it....mmmm...Pumking....

Anonymous said...

Hey guys,

TJS had a few pumpkins on the last time I was there. The pumpking and the smuttynose pumpkin and the smutty was on handpump and very very good.


Bryan Kolesar said...

Any pumpkins in Luxembourg?

Anonymous said...

No pumpkin beers here but they do have some sort of pumpkin festival that sounded cool.

So far I have been living off of Leffe and the different versions, a few I havent had before.

The Lux beer is ok but nothing special. There is one that is a fruit beer that I just ran into at the market at lunch today. I will have to get some for the weekend.

Hopefully our beer hunting will imnprove shortly. We just agreed on an apartment that is in a nice part of town and only 15 minutes from the Belgian border and the town of Arlon. Besides the nearest Ikea, they also have a kick ass bottle shop from what I read. I will report back on my findings.

Once we get our car we will make some trips further into Belgium and the surrounding countries.