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It's our 1 year anniversary so come out to celebrate with us in North Hills! We are having a block party and we're taking over the patio! We will have live music all day, complimentaryfood and cake, beer specials, and more!

Did we mention a Bell's, Balls to the WALL Tap Takeover?
Here are just a few... were bringing 25-30 taps!

This One Goes to 11-This One Goes to 11 Ale opens with bright, juicy aromas such as tropicalfruits & ripe cherries, largely derived from massive kettle & dry-hop additions of SouthernHemisphere hop varieties such as Galaxy, Motueka, and Summer. The citrus & resinous pinenotes of the Pacific Northwest hop family are also well represented, making their presenceknown through Simcoe, Citra, and the newly released Mosaic varietal, just to name a few. Awide range of specialty malts anchor the hops in this Imperial Red Ale, contrasting theassertive bitterness & juicy aromatics with a robust, toasty depth of flavor. Fermented withBell’s signature house ale yeast, This One Goes to 11 Ale finishes with a lingering warmth

Sparkling Ale-Conceived as an American interpretation of the classic Belgian Triple, SparklingAle combines notes of cloves, honey and dried fruits from a blend of two Abbey-style yeaststrains with citrusy hops from the Pacific Northwest to offer a heady, fragrant mix. Thesearomas are enhanced by an effervescent carbonation, while a degree of residual maltsweetness serves to balance the complex array of flavors

Le Batteur-The first in a three-part series of interpretations on the French Biere de Gardestyle, Le Batteur leads with a distinctive yeast aromatic character mixed with light breadynotes. Noticeably dry, the finish is crisp with a mild, refreshing acidity. The French term for adrummer, Le Batteur takes its name from a component of a classic jazz trio

Rye Stout-Rye Stout presents the earthy flavor of rye in a stout package. Roasted malts aredefinitely present, but the dark chocolate aspect is favored over coffee notes. Lighter thanseveral in the Bell’s stout portfolio, Rye Stout remains a full-bodied beer with 6.5% ABV

Golden Rye-One of our oldest recipes, Golden Rye Ale returned as part of a series of rye beersat the Eccentric Café. The combination of sharp citrus & resinous flavors from the hops withthe earthy, rustic overtones of the rye malt contribution yield an interesting take on theAmerican Pale Ale

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  • Ed

    Is this a MeetUp, or just an announcement?

    November 14, 2012

    • Brian

      Its most likely an announcement.

      November 17, 2012

  • Jen

    What time are you guys going?

    November 6, 2012

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