A Beery Merry Christmas!

Our 2012 Christmas List

Our 2012 Christmas List

Let the Festivities Begin!


The Bruery 2 Turtle Doves 

Au Baron (Bailleux)  Saison Saint Médard Noël

Ommegang Biere D’Hougoumont

Gouden Carolus Noël

Fantôme de Noël

St Bernardus Christmas Ale

Scaldis (Bush) Noël

Mikkeller Santa’s Little Helper 2011

Abbaye des Rocs Triple Impériale

Corsendonk Christmas Ale

Three Floyds Alpha Klaus Christmas Porter

Dugges High Five!

Westvleteren XII (x 2)

Goose Island Bourbon County Brand Stout 2009

Stone 12 Anniversary Bitter Chocolate Oatmeal Stout


This is what’s on our Christmas List, we hope you get everything on your Christmas List too!

Happy Holidays!

Ruth & Mike

Bon Beer Voyage

Beer #104 Three Floyds Dreadnaught IPA

Three Floyds Dreadnaught IPA

Name: Dreadnaught IPA

Style: Imperial IPA

Brewery: Three Floyds Brewing Co.  website

Country: USA

Region: Munster, Indiana

ABV: 9.5% Abv

How served: 22oz capped bomber poured into a Duvel Tulip glass.          

My Overall Opinion: Amazing. 

I paired this beer with: A peach champagne sorbet. I was in Italy for a week and had pistachio gelato every day and was craving some more, but this was the closest thing I had to pistachio gelato in the house (they both start with “p” and are cold and creamy).  Anyway this was an amazingly great pairing!

Tasted on:  Monday May 3rd, 2010. 

Note:  This beer has a nice nose with a hint of mango and citrus. The taste was sweeter then I was expecting for a Double IPA,  I was prepared for a big hop “bite” but this was both sweet and bitter at the same time, if that is possible (like Hopslam).  This was an exceptional well balanced beer which I could drink all night long…well except that it is 9.5%abv, which by the way was very well hidden.   I need to obtain some more of this beauty.

On the Label:  same as from their website

From their website 9.5% ABV 99 IBUs.   A hophead’s dream beer. This Imperial India Pale Ale has an opening salvo of mango, peach and citrus hop aromas that sit atop a pronounced caramel malt backbone. Although Dreadnaught is a strong and intensely hoppy ale, its complex flavor is both smooth and memorable.

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