NEPA Beer Club - Oct 2008 Split

The NEPA Beer club met last night @ Elmer Sudds for the 2nd Stockertown split. We had a great time and I just thought I'd pass on the beers to make everyone not in the split a little jealous. Read the list and then join the club. What a great time and a great mix of beers! Without further adieu...

Erik de Noorman (Dutch barleywine) bomber
Southampton Biere de Garde (French Farmhouse) bomber
Storm & Averij (Dutch Ale) bomber
Cantillon Grand Cru (Belgian Organic 3-year oak aged Lambic) bomber
Jolly Pumpkin Bam Noire (Dark Farmhouse Ale) bomber
Hooker Liberator (Doppelbock) pint flip-top
Weyerbacher Harvest Ale (12oz bottles)
Founders Breakfast Stout (12oz bottles)
Brasserie Dieu Du Ciel Rosee d'Hibiscus (12oz bottles)
Brasserie Dieu Du Ciel Corne du Diable (12oz bottles)
Stouterik Belgian Stout (12oz bottles)
Boaks Monster Mash Russian Imperial Stout (12oz bottles)
Long Trail Double Bag Ale (12oz bottles)
Breckenridge Oatmeal Stout (12oz bottles)
Mystery Beer (Yes someone told me what it was and Yes I forgot...and no it does not have a label)--Rammstein Blonde Wheat

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3 comments (click to read or post):

  1. Actually, I don't know enough about the beers to know that I should be jealous - they've got fancy foreign-sounding names though.

    (Though I have a full case of the Founders Breakfast Stout, and that IS worth jumping up and down about.)

  2. It is the Rammstein Blonde Wheat.

  3. There are a bunch of good ones in the mix that I've tried (and jumped up and down for in the past), some new ones I've been wanting to try and a few that should be a good way.


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