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Mystery Brewing Tap Takeover at Custom Home Pubs
January 31, 2013 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm| $10
Custom Home Pubs will host a tap takeover featuring eight beers from Mystery Brewing (Hillsborough, NC) from 6-9 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 31. $10 gets you free samples of the following beers:
Ballantrae Scottish: “A light, sweet, traditional Scottish-style ale, made with floor-malted British malt, a titch of Caramel malt, a touch of roasted barley, and the barest wisp of smoked malt along with traditional British hops, and Scottish ale yeast. An easy-drinking light dark beer for winter.” 3.5%abv
Hornigold English IPA: “A traditional English-style IPA, with a light malt-driven body and dry bitterness. Light notes of malty sweetness blended with earthy, floral, British hops. This recipe is the same base recipe as Queen Anne’s Revenge, our Carolinian Dark.” 5%abv
Pickwick British Mild: “A traditional British Mild Ale made from a recipe from the 1880’s. Light malt, caramel and toffee, a touch of earthy British hops, and a rich nutty flavor makes this session beer quaffable and delicious. Perfect for fall, friends, and good times.” 3.5% abv
Rosalind Autumnal Saison: “A lighter, drier, hoppier version of our summer saison Evangeline. Apple, pear, and pineapple flavors from our yeast strain harmonize with the floral character of Aramis hops for a refreshing fall saison as crisp as an autumn evening.” 7.1%abv
Thornfield’s End Smoked Rye Stout: “A robust smokey stout made to pair with cold weather, the smell of wood fires and fallen leaves. This stout is made using chocolate rye malt, creating a smooth chocolatey flavor that pairs will the light smokiness of traditional beech smoked malt. Great with food, especially steaks, stews, and BBQ.” 7.6%abv
Jings me Crivens Wee Heavy: “This beer might more accurately be called a Scottish Stout – a big robust Wee Heavy with a huge helping of Roasted Barley, fermented in fresh wine barrels from Raffaldini Vineyards in Ronda, NC. It has a deep, rich sweetness with notes of both red wine and oak shining through for a complex winter wee heavy.” 7.7%abv
Annabel Black Saison: “A delicate black saison. This beer is using roasted rye and roasted wheat, which means complex dark fruit, chocolate and coffee notes without the characteristic bitterness of many black malts. Our house saison yeast lends its own fruit character and dry wine-like flavor.” 6.4%abv
Six Impossible Things Choc Breakfast Stout: “A rich, buttery oatmeal stout with undercurrents of cocoa and coffee. The grain additions in this beer are designed to impart chocolate, toffee, and caramel notes without overt bitterness, creating a smooth, drinkable stout. Aged on Dominican cocoa nibs; locally roasted coffee added in the fermenter.” 5.5%abv
If you plan to attend, please RSVP on Custom Home Pub’s Facebook page.