Cellar reserve brews….

Posted by on Oct 9, 2011 in our beer |

I’ve just returned from the most amazing trip…several weeks in Europe touring some of the finest beer (and wine) destinations in Germany, Belgium, Italy and more. This is the first extended vacation for us in many years. As a result, my one-man brewery has been idle for some time, and our inventory is wiped out. Sorry to say, that no Lawson’s will be found on draft during the month of October.
The good news is that I will be brewing again tomorrow, and we’ll be stocked again around the first of November with Sugarhouse IPA and Double Sunshine IPA close on its heels! In the meantime, I’ve decided to dip into my personal reserve of beer to offer a few choice gems at the Warren Store in bottle. This weekend (delivered Sat. PM) they have two cases of 12oz Oak-aged Fayston Maple Imperial Stout, hand bottled and wax-dipped, that sat in a somewhat miniature cask from Tuttletown (NY) distillery. Yum! Only six gallons made. I’ve also released the very last case for sale of our collaboration brew – Acer Quercus, done with The Bruery. For the next two weekends, I will be bottling up a vintage keg (1/2bbl) of Fayston Maple Imperial Stout that was brewed at the end of 2010 and cellar aged. It has really smoothed out, mellowed and emerged with a different depth and complexity than when this beer is young. There will be just a few cases of 750ml bottles for each weekend. I appreciate your patience and support.

Here are a few fun photos from our journey – the first is of me with new friend Armand de Belder of 3F – Drie Fontenien, one of the top lambic brewers and queze blenders in the world in his cellar in the tiny village of Beersel, Belgium, and the next is of our Oktoberfest fun in Munich, Germany. Prost!
 
 

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