Thursday, May 7, 2009

The List

CASK - Troeg's Nugget Nectar - Pennsylvania, USA

Guinness Stout ~ Eire
Belhaven Scottish Ale ~ Scotland
Old Speckled Hen ~ England
O' Hara's Celtic Stout ~ Eire
Well's Bombardier ~ England
Smuttynose IPA ~ New Hampshire, USA
Elysian ESB ~ Washington, USA
Troeg's Rugged Trail Brown Ale ~ Pennsylvania, USA
Troeg's Hopback Amber ~ Pennsylvania, USA
Troeg's Troegenator Doppelbock - Pennsylvania, USA
Guinness 250 Anniversary Stout ~ Eire
Harp Lager ~ Eire
Ommegang Witte ~ New York, USA
Fuller's ESB ~ England
Smithwick's - Eire
Dry Blackthorn Cider ~ England

The Bottles
Chimay White
Young's Dirty Dick's
Young's St. George's Ale
Lindeman's Framboise
Orval Trappiste
Samuel Smith's Organic Lager
Samuel Smith's Taddy Porter
Samuel Smith's Oatmeal Stout
Magner's Cider
Newcastle Brown Ale


Endoderm said...

Do you know what time cask ales will be poured on Sat., Nov. 24th? Thanks

צחי said...

I had a brown dark beer from the draft when I'been at the altantic but could'nt remember the name except the fact it was long... may you can tell what was it?

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Monday, November 5th thru Sunday, November 25th, 2007.
16 lines of British, Scottish, Irish DRAUGHT ALES including several rarities brought in special for this event!

Closing with a PARTY, Saturday November 24th. The evening will feature rare gravity cask ales imported specially for this event with a classic old English pre-fixe menu that will include classic dishes such as rabbit pie, Lancashire hot pot, kidney turbigo and cider braised pork shoulder.

All of the ALES listed below will be served at some time during the festival, with 16 DRAUGHT ALES available at any time.

• Young’s Double Chocolate Stout (London)
• Young’s St George’s Ale (London)
• Young’s Oatmeal Stout (London)
• Young’s Winter Warmer (London)
• Harviestoun Bitter & Twisted (Scotland)
• Harviestoun Old Engine Oil (Scotland)
• Greene King IPA (Suffolk)
• Green King Abbot Ale (Suffolk)
• Wells Bombardier (Bedford)
• Monty Python’s Holy Grail Ale (North Yorkshire)
• J.W. Lees Moonraker (Manchester)
• Hambelton Nightmare Porter (Yorkshire)
• Manchester Star English (Manchester)
• Old Speckled Hen (Suffolk)
• Marston’s Pedigree (Burton-on-Trent)
• Tetley’s Bitter (Yorkshire)
• Fuller’s London Porter (London)
• Blackthorn Cider (England)
• Hobgoblin (North Yorkshire)
• Belhaven 80 Shilling (Scotland)
• Belhaven Twisted Thistle IPA (Scotland)
• Guinness (Ireland)

• RCH Old Slug Firebox (Somerset, England)
• Thornbridge Hall Jaipur IPA (Derbyshire, England)
• Harviestoun Ice Maiden (Alva, Scotland)


20 October 2007
21:00, Stade de France, Saint Denis
England 6-15 South Africa