28 January 2011

Random Beer Roundup - The Winterfest 2011 Edition

Are you all ready for Winterfest?  If you are still looking for tickets we have a pair to give away, so be sure to check that out.

If there is something coming up that is not listed, we would love to hear about it. News, reviews, info, etc., to share for our next Random Beer Roundup can be submitted to hoosierbeergeek@gmail.com. Don't see your favorite craft beer establishment? Let them know you'd like to see them here! Work for an establishment that serves craft beer? We want to hear from you too!

Hoosier Beer Calendar
Events are subject to change

From the Brewers:

From Andrew at Ram Brewery in Indianapolis/Fishers:
Be sure to stop by the RAM booth at Winterfest. We are going to be unveiling a Winterfest-exclusive secret release at 4 p.m.! If I told you what it was, then it wouldn’t be a secret anymore.

2 new beers coming! On Thursday, February 3rd, both locations will be releasing Ole St. Mick’s Irish Red at 5 p.m. Ole St. Mick’s pops with caramel and toffee malt flavor finished by a slight roast undertone. If that wasn’t enough, the 999th batch in the history of the Indianapolis RAM, In Hops We Trust, is ready for its grand release! Brewed with heavy doses of American hops, this Imperial IPA at 8.6% ABV and 147 IBUs is going to scream with citrus and herbal hop flavor. To commemorate this momentous occasion, we are going to host two tappings starting with Wednesday, February 9th at 7 p.m. at our Downtown Indy location. As a food pairing, Chef Steven Anderson will be featuring an Indian specialty, Chicken Tikka Masala, for one night only. We will also be celebrating with our Northside friends on February 10th at 6:30 p.m. at our Fishers location. Fishers Chef David Blair has a couple tricks up his sleeve for that night as well. Come out to help us celebrate 999 brews of RAM goodness!

Also, homebrewers - don't forget to sign up for the Ram Small Ale competition.

From Jerry at Rock Bottom Brewery - Downtown in Indianapolis:
Well Hop Bomb is back this weekend, and if you haven't tried the Trouble, I feel like it turned out perfect for a Tripel (if you can say that for a Belgian style?).

At the Bar
From Corrie at Goose the Market in Indianapolis:
Now on the shelves at the Goose...

If I said I didn't like Boulevard's Dark Truth Stout (now in handy 12oz bottles!), it'd be a white lie.

It's part of a well balanced breakfast...for dragons: New Holland's Dragon's Milk, a stout that woke up in an oak barrel.

Do you know the color of Upland's Schwarz?

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