Tuesday, November 24, 2009

NABC WeeFoot is now on tap at Grant Line and Bank Street locations.

Brewer Jared Williamson, head of NABC garage brewery at the Pizzeria & Public House, reports on the debut of his WeeFoot. I sampled this today, and it's an enjoyably medium-bodied, dry session stout as billed. WeeFoot isn't one for laying down, so enjoy it while it's here, and someone please buy a growler and tell me how WeeFoot works with the Thanksgiving meal


WeeFoot, the second release in NABC’s Foot Stout Series (ThunderFoot being the first), is now on tap both at the Pizzeria & Public House and Bank Street Brewhouse.

WeeFoot is a dry session-style stout: Big robust malt body; plenty of balancing hop bitterness; clean and dry on the finish.

Others in the Foot Stout Series scheduled to be released in early 2010 include:

ClovenFoot: Belgian Strong Stout. David Pierce’s recipe, based on Black Sunshine from BBC days of old.

ThunderFoot '09: Oak Aged Dried Cherry Imperial Stout. Jesse Williams' recipe, as brewed at the garage brewery in early 2009.

Here are the WeeFoot specs:

Malts: Simpsons Golden Promise, Simpsons Roasted Barley, Simpsons Chocolate, Flaked Oats

Hops: Summit (one bittering addition)

Yeast: Bank Street London

OG: 1055

ABV: 5%

IBU: 48

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