August 15, 2008

Brewer's Art What's On Tap

I was at The Brewer's Art last night, hoping to sneak in one more pouring of their Nein! German style Kolsch. It was not to be as that incredibly delicious seasonal brew had been pulled.

In its place is their Sublimation, which was solid, particularly in the nose. Their description:
This blonde, abbey-style ale is named for the physical process of turning solids into spirits. A semi-sweet nectar with just a hint of herbal bitterness (6.0% abv).
Not bad, there is a very light and persistent odd taste to it which I assume was the herbal bitterness. Still had that Belgian mild bitterness and a touch of sweet that I love.
The usuals are also on tap (Resurrection, Ozzy, House Pale, Proletary) along with the seasonal Wit Trash.

Personally I'm looking forward to the return of the Green Peppercorn Tripel and to sample their winter offerings: La Petroleuse and St. Festivus. Regardless, you absolutely cannot go wrong with the either of the Resurrection or Ozzy.

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