Chip the Beer Guy Rock 107 – Breaker Brewing Co Pot Belly Pumpkin

23 October 2009

BreakerBrewingC On today’s show we discussed the concept of beer & food pairing …matching interesting beers with foods that compliment them, or vice versa ;).  I’ll admit this is a concept I’ve just started to become interested in and other than Nachos, Pizza and cheesy-fries; I’ve done little experimentation.  The guys paired pasta and Vodka Sauce with a German Blonde Bock that Chip brought home in the patented (or yet to be patented) beer suitcase.  Now I’ll admit I wouldn’t have jumped in with a Italian sauce and German light Bock beer, but again what do I know.  For anyone interested there has been some discussion of a beer & food group locally…stay tuned for details.

So on to the show….It’s always nice to hear Mark & Chris on the air and today was no exception.  Today the show featured their Pot Belly Pumpkin Ale (available at Kelsey’s in Ashley).  I hope to be tasting this beer tonight actually at Elmer Sudds, but it sounded good.  The guys also discussed the reformulated I Love PA (another beer I hop to be trying this evening), the upcoming holiday Belsnickler Ale, and their work on the new 16-ton Imperial IPA to be released late winter/early spring.  Turns out there are two versions of the Belsnickler Belgian-ish ale, one darker than the other.  I’m not sure if they will each be bottled or if the guys intend to blend them before bottling.  Either way it sounds like we’re in for an interesting 8% ABV + holiday warmer and an exciting Imperial IPA in the spring.

Cheers Guys…..great show….and be sure to click on the photo.

6 comments (click to read or post):

chris,  23 October, 2009 11:26  

Potbelly Pumpkin Ale can be found @

Elmer Sudds (Wilkes-Barre, PA)
Kelsies, (Ashley PA)
Back Yard Ale Houe (Scranton)
Ice House (Mountaintop )
AuRants (Duryea)

Last two kegs will be going to:
Anthracite Cafe (Wilkes-Barre, PA )
Purv's Beer & More (Peckville)
and should be on tap in the next week or two.

Get it before is gone until next year!

Thanks Chris -=BBC=-

mybeerbuzz,  23 October, 2009 13:36  

Thanks Chris...

stingo 24 October, 2009 10:45  

It can also be found at Madison's in Nanticoke - as I had a pint last night.

chris,  25 October, 2009 11:20  

Stingo...Whoops I'm loosing track of whats where...

mybeerbuzz,  25 October, 2009 11:28  

Losing track = Business is good...

Josh 25 October, 2009 13:57  

had the Potbelly last night at Backyard Ale house and was very pleasantly surprised at how good it was. I typically don't like pumpkins, but this one was a real winner. great job guys

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