Thursday, March 19, 2009

Big Show Tomorrow Night

I will be playing with my mates Cannery Row tomorrow night with the talented Gentry Bronson. We will do a set then back up Gentry for his show.


Also, The Cloudy Town Brewers, our fearless local home brew club will be holding their March Mashness event Saturday. We are proud to host judging Friday night and Saturday.

More details here:

Thursday, March 12, 2009

and the Limited Releases Keep on Rolling...

On tap tomorrow will be our Coffee Infused Oatmeal Stout. We have once again hit up our local roaster Muggsy's Beans for some fresh Paupua New Guinea beans. We use a cold extraction process to get all of the flavor out of the bean and leave behind any bitterness. Only three kegs will be available of this release. Growlers are allowed! I'm looking foward to watching the snow melt this weekend and enjoying a pint or two.

Friday, March 6, 2009

A Weekend of Music

I'll be playing with Cannery Row tonight at Studio Jeff in downtown St. Cloud around 8pm. This is a dance instruction studio and we will be playing for two hours. I hope we have that many "dancing" songs-lol.

Then, I'll be off tomorrow to the Winter Bluegrass Weekend in the cities to do some pickin'. Last year was my first time and it was great. Hours of jamming really gets your chops in order!

A bunch more Row gigs follow. As always check out our MySpace page on the left column for upcoming shows.

Thursday, March 5, 2009

Hey Hop Heads!

Now that I'm getting caught up, howz about a Limited Reserve keg of Keg Hopped Deep Seven? I'll be packing a keg with Cascade hops tomorrow and filling it up with our Deep Seven IPA. It will be on tap by tomorrow afternoon. This keg will go dry quick, so don't miss out.

Sunday, March 1, 2009

Blacked Out Oatmeal Stout Coming Monday

Here's the 411:

Our newest Dark Seasonal is brewed with the finest English pale ale and dark roasted malts and a generous addition of oatmeal in the mash that increases the body of this favorite Irish style ale. This stout is a little stronger than it's Irish cousins coming in at just under 7% abv. Hints of chocolate and espresso mingle with a velvet like mouthfeel creating a truly enjoyable brew.