Here are a few late entries to The Brew Lounge's September calendar of events that many of you will find of interest.
I received a nice note from Josh at Bell's Brewery. Yes, that Bell's Brewery from Michigan. The one that did the massive tap takeover during Philly Beer Week and delivers so many beers that get the geeks foaming.
They're in town the next few days to show off their Quinannan Falls Special Lager Beer, a 6.5% ABV "dry-hopped, strong lager that is usually only available on draft in Kalamazoo, MI".
I probably won't be able to make it out to any of the special events in the next few days, but trust if any of you do, you'll report back.
Here are the details straight from the brewery:
Tuesday, Sept. 27
Meet Derek from the brewery as Bell’s will be taking over Capone’s in Norristown starting at 6 p.m. In addition to Q-Falls, Amber, Best Brown, Cherry Stout, Consecrator Doppelbock, Kalamazoo Stout, Octoberfest, Oracle Double IPA, Porter, Two Hearted Ale IPA, and Wedding Ale will also be available on draft.
Call 610-279-4748 or visit them online caponesdraftlist.blogspot.com for more information.
Wednesday, Sept. 28
Bell’s will take over Jeremy’s Khyber Pass Pub in Philadelphia with Two Hearted, Porter, Consecrator, Q-Falls, Amber Ale, Oarsman Ale, and Expedition Stout on draft starting at 8 p.m.
Call 215-238-5888 or go to www.khyberpasspub.com for more information.
Thursday, Sept. 29
This first look at Q-Falls will be held at Blue Dog Tavern in Chalfont alongside Two Hearted, Porter, Consecrator, Amber, Pale Ale, Oarsman Ale, and Expedition Stout.
Call 215-997-9988 or go online to www.bluedog.cc for more information.
About Quinannan Falls Special Lager Beer:
Born in a dream, Quinannan Falls Special Lager Beer refers to a mythical place in the boreal north. While the waterfall may exist solely in Larry Bell’s imagination, the beer he remembered drinking there is now quite real. Quinannan Falls possesses the crisp, dry bitterness you’d expect from a German pilsner, but the use of highly aromatic hops from the Pacific Northwest in both the kettle & dry-hop invokes the fragrant pine forests that inspired this beer.
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