Monthly Archives: August 2013

Brother Jake’s Belgian Ales

Disclaimer: I am a layperson, but I love Belgian beer.  I especially love the Trappist-style ales.  Developed by monks, these beers are still brewed today at the eight Trappist monasteries: Chimay, Westmalle, Orval, Westvleteren, Rochefort, Achel, Koningshoeven, and Engelszell.  The … Continue reading

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Spotlight: Logan’s Mild

Mild ale?  What is that?  Well, mild ale is basically a low ABV brown ale that is light on alcohol but high in flavor.  Kind of an “extreme” session beer.  It’s an English style that nearly went extinct if not … Continue reading

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Session Ales, Big Beers

Since the opening, I offered three pale ales, each under 5% ABV.  I received a lot of good feedback for offering some nice session ales.  The common consent was that you all liked being able to pop in for a … Continue reading

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