Delaware Barleywine Expo

Delaware Barleywine Expo

April 22, 2006

Stewart’s Brewing Company will host the inaugural Delaware Barleywine Expo. Featuring five different Stewart’s barleywines vintages, including 2 bourbon barrel aged versions. We will also host barleywines from:

Dogfish Head Brewing Company

Victory Brewing Company

Iron Hill Brewing Company

Sierra Nevada Brewing Company

!!! BEER ALERT !!!

Here’s an email I got from John Biggins:

—–Forwarded Message—–
From: John B. Biggins
Sent: Mar 19, 2006 5:32 PM
Subject: Please post on blog or mass-email the group

!!! BEER ALERT !!!

BREWERS’ OUTLET, the beverage distributor in Chadds Ford; Rte. 202

north of Wilmington just over the DE/PA border; is getting rid of an overstock of the SARANAC SEASON’S BEST line for a dirt f@#king cheap, $10.99/case.

This is a NUT BROWN LAGER style (straight up; no ‘holiday’ spicings or anything).

Back when I used to live in upstate NY, 10-12 years back, I used to

buy this every Christmas when it came out.

I am drinking a bottle right now, and yes!, it is definitely as good as it was and an absolute steal for the price that they are selling it for.

They must have at least 50 cases left (piled on display as soon as you walk in), so stop up when you get the chance ! ! !


Season’s Best released December 1, 2005

Made to celebrate the holidays, this rich, mellow nut brown lager is brewed with a special blend of domestic and Belgian malts for a delicate nut-like character, then aged longer than most American

Beers. Enjoy its full-bodied taste and signature hop aroma. Available

now while supplies last!

From the desk of John B. Biggins

We’ve got provisions and lots of beer
The key word is survival on the New Frontier
– Donald Fagen

TurboTap works with nitrogenated stouts

Brad Jolicoeur emailed me this link to a nice beer dispensing product! Check out the cool video!

Turbo… Stout?!

Yes, it’s true. TurboTap works with nitrogenated stouts, too.

The same technology used to pour perfect lagers also works for pouring nitrogenated stouts (like Murphy’s®) at lightening-fast speeds. As always, seeing is believing, so take a moment to view an uncut video clip that demonstrates stouts powered by TurboTap. You’ll witness a sub-two second pour followed by the customary “cascading” of the tiny nitrogen bubbles. These bubbles settle to form the signature creamy collar that stout drinkers crave.

2006 Hurricane Blowoff Homebrew Competition

I just got this email, so I thought I should share! :-)

—–Forwarded Message—–
From: Patrick Fossett
Sent: Mar 5, 2006 12:40 PM

Subject: 2006 Hurricane Blowoff Homebrew Competition

Howdy and Please Participate in the 2006 Palm Beach Draughtsmen Hurricane Blowoff. This is a blanket email going to all homebrew clubs listed with the AHA. Info is contained in the word doc attachment enclosed. Entries can be registered and paid for via PayPal on our website

We are also attempting an international practical joke on our announcer during the awards ceremony. If you would be a good sport please name all your entries �Hello, my name is Dan Oliver and I�m an alcoholic.�

Good luck and Happy Brewing

Patrick Fossett
2006 Hurricane Blowoff Head Steward
Palm Beach Draughtsmen