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FINE! (let's drink some damn beer)

Here's some details: They got beer. They make this beer on location. They have shuffleboard (so bring some cash cuz I don't play for free....). The Barrio's Brew A List of Our Fine Microbrews. Tucson Blonde A good starter beer for those that have only drank the mass produced suds. The blonde is a light, crisp beer with a slight malt flavor and just enough Czechoslovakian Saaz hops to balance the malt sweetness. Ben?s India Pale Ale Brewed just like the original from Burton upon Trent. This style calls for a high hop rate combined with an elevated alcohol content because it was brewed to survive the journey from England to Bombay as rations for British troops. Huge amounts of two row pale malt with an addition of a few specialty malts provides a nice mouth feel buried under copious additions of Columbus hops. This beer is big but finishes clean. Taylor Jayne?s Raspberry Ale Named after the brewer?s first daughter in 1992, this is a light beer with a fruit twist. A beautiful aroma greets you followed by a mildly sweet raspberry flavor which leaves a very clean finish. This beer is designed for those who really don?t like real beer. It was originally only going to be brewed for her birth, but people have demanded it ever since so it is always on tap. Stoops Oatmeal Stout Named after the man that will take the Wildcats to their first Rose Bowl. (God, are you hearing us?) It?s a gigantic ale with two row, chocolate, Munich, special roast, black barley, black malt, roasted barley and crystal malts topped off with more than 100 pounds of oatmeal for a creamy smooth dark beer experience. Hopped just enough to balance the sweetness of the malt, we call this the breakfast beer of champions. Red Cat Amber The first beer ever brewed here is made with 2 row pale malt, both 40 lovebond and 80 lovebond crystal malts for a rounded smoothness and a touch of chocolate malt for added complexity. Moderately hopped with Pacific Northwest Cascades. Nolan Porter (seasonal) - A dark but mild ale that light will just barely pass through, this medium to heavy bodied beer has a light hop character so the malts can do the talking. Hefeweizen (seasonal) - Brewed with 40 percent wheat and a special yeast gives this German classic subtle tones of banana and clove. Brewed traditionally during the summer months, it is unfiltered so its? full of vitamin B from the yeast and served with a lemon wedge just like in the Deutsche land. Copperhead Pale Ale (seasonal) - This American Pale ale has a great, slightly sweet malt character balanced by a great hop character. Its beautiful copper color inspired its name. It is medium to full-bodied. Bitterness is medium with medium flavor and aroma hopping. Finish is dry and clean. A great beer for ?Hop Heads?. Nut Brown (seasonal) ? A huge favorite among light and dark beer fans alike. Brewed with British brown malt, two row premium, crystal and chocolate malts, it is an incredibly smooth ale with toffee and chocolate notes. This brown has a subtle hop character and a slightly sweet finish. NCAALE (seasonal) ? Brewed annually for Wildcat basketball. Traditional English double strong ale that boasts a huge full bodied malt flavor and mellows with age. This batch was made in February of 2007

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  • A former member
    A former member

    It was nice to meet the actual brewmeister and the owner at the event. We could definitely do more activities there.

    February 10, 2008

  • A former member
    A former member

    Good venue. Good conversation. Good fun.

    February 9, 2008

  • Jo Ann S.

    Great beer, great friends - what else is there to say???

    February 8, 2008

  • A former member
    A former member

    Brian was a terrific host; greeted everyone, made them feel welcome, and arranged for enough seats so everyone felt included. A fine meetup with tasty brews!

    February 8, 2008

  • sta

    great stuff thanks all....

    February 8, 2008

  • A former member
    A former member

    KAtie, if you get there early try to get us some space by the shuffleboard table!

    February 8, 2008

  • sta

    can't wait to meet all you folks...

    February 5, 2008

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