Friday, January 26, 2007

BBC cask stout kick-off at Flanagan's Ale House - tonight.


Courtesy of BBC's Scott Roussell, here's a release describing the "test account" for the brewery's cask ale program. That's tonight, sports fans.

And I didn't even know BBC had a stout ...

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BBC Beer Co is pleased to announce that Flanagan's Ale House is now serving cask conditioned ale otherwise known as "real ale." Please join us at Flanagans (934 Baxter Avenue) Friday night from 6 - 8 p.m. to kick off this exciting new release and discover how wonderful this rare ale is. We will enjoy BBC's American Stout -a creamy full-bodied ale with roasted malt flavors and chocolate influence.

We hope to see everybody there and remember to Never Buy Beer From Strangers ... Support Your Local Brewery!

To learn everything you need to know about cask ale, please go to the website below:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cask_ale

3 comments:

David R. Pierce said...

The stout in question is casked prior to filling bourbon barrels. Same stout, no bourbon. I had one for breakfast Monday morning at Flanagan's after pulling an all-nighter installing their new cask dispense system.

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