This just in!
Michael,So there you have it - our new year's party will have two limited run huge beers. A word of warning: these will be $10 pours.
We finally have the beers worked out for New Year's Eve. I hope it is to your liking:
On tap at opening:
Dogfish India Brown Ale
At 9 PM we will take the Brugge and the Bells off and put on Delirium Tremens and Dogfish 120 Minute IPA
These are both mini-kegs (about 60 pours each), so once they are gone, we will put the Brugge and the Bells back on.
Looking forward to seeing everyone. If you have any other questions, just let me know!
I know what you're thinking: "Ten dollars!?!?!?" I was thinking that too, at first. A few things to consider: 1) It's New Year, and our party has no cover charge. 2) Dogfish 120 and Delirium Tremens normally go for a pretty steep price - a bottle of 120 at a local retailer shows $8.99 on their website. In fact, 120 goes for $10.50 at Dogfish Head's own alehouse in Falls Church, VA. And Delirium Tremens retails for near $10 a bottle1.
These are not normally cheap beers. And it's new year! Have one big beer, and enjoy the $4.50 Brugge, Bells, and Dogfish India Brown for the rest of the night. Or drink yourself into a stupor. It's New Year!
Another thing to remember - Deano's has an extensive and very reasonable priced beer list. So no matter what you're after (even if it's PBR...), Deano's can take care of you.
So that's it - No excuses! Come on out - 9 PM, December 31st, Deano's Vino, Fountain Square.
Dogfish Head 120 Minute IPA
Too extreme to be called beer? Brewed to a colossal 45-degree plato, boiled for a full 2 hours while being continuously hopped with high-alpha American hops, then dry-hopped daily in the fermenter for a month & aged for another month on whole-leaf hops!!! Our 120 Minute I.P.A. is by far the biggest I.P.A. ever brewed!
At 20% abv and 120 ibus you can see why we call this beer THE HOLY GRAIL for hopheads!
In case you care... the average 12 oz. serving has 450 calories.
On December 26th 1989, the famous "Delirium Tremens" was born. The particular character and the unique taste of "Delirium Tremens" result from the use of three different kinds of yeast. Its very original packing, which resembles cologne ceramics, and the colourful label contribute to its success. The label depicts the different phases of the production of "Delirium Tremens" the "Pink Elephant" was up and ready to conquer the world. To celebrate the bicentennial of the French Revolution in 1989, the topical beer "La Guillotine" was launched.
Brugge White has a quenching tart background with sweet fruity finish reminiscent of tangerine and lemon.
Seafood on the menu? Pasta night? Or maybe you just finished mowing the lawn?
White is the answer to all these questions.
Ted’s Take: “This beer is ridiculously delicious!”
India Pale Ale style well suited for Hemingway-esque trips to the Upper Peninsula. American malts and enormous hop additions give this beer a crisp finish and incredible floral hop aroma.
Dogfish Head India Brown Ale
A cross between a Scotch Ale, an I.P.A., and an American Brown, this beer is well-hopped and malty at the same time. It is brewed with Aromatic barley and caramelized brown sugar.
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1Granted, it's a big bottle.