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Belgian-style mussels. Carbonade. Waterzooi. Essentially any traditional Belgian dish - a cuisine I love to cook!
A malty maerzen is a lovely foil in a fondue made from nutty Alpine cheeses like Gruyere, Jarlsberg, and Comte. For a cheddar fondue, try a dry cider!
Had Red Dot on tap. Super dry, super cherry. Makes your mouth water.
They had a Luscious curd - soaked cheddar version there this past week. Looked just like Cahills Stout Cheddar, without the brown waxed coating.
Pretty dead there this past week - Weds. was very quiet. They just posted there is plenty of both Luscious and Beelzebub cans left for weekend sales.
First batch was great. Haven't had this one.
Yowza, Matt! That's impressive right put of the gate. Am drinking several of those York Cty. ME beers listed there right now at Elements in Biddeford.
Drank the Querido for Day of the Dead - fantastic!
Was great on-tap Friday. Opening a bottle for Day of the Dead dinner on Tues.
Tim at Oxbow saw my post - "It's on like Donkey Kong!"
So there you go...
They already have several events scheduled during Portland Beer Week (that week.) Would've heard about it at GFTW I would've thought, if it were a go.
Last FB post I saw said Arboreal will be "one of the 2 bottles" for attendees. Hmmmm.....
If you have your wife in tow, do yourselves both a favor and stay in Stowe or Burlington. There is nothing for a non-beergeek to do in Waterbury....
Was friends with Shaun Hill and Sean Lawson when they were local homebrewers. Since then, we now have a total of 4 people from our 2 local...
I know circumstances and/or logistics can slow down my consumption, allowing the cellar to overwhelm me sometimes, but I always catch up again....
Shahin runs a classy Z-Day as always. Fine taplist, and not just Cantillon. Always a pleasure.
Von Trapp's new Bier Hall in Stowe is killer for lunch & lagers.
Honeypie has awesome upscale diner food. Not sure of the beer offerings, though.
Late October - early November is locally known as "stick season." Really.
No retail/visitors at Backacre - beer is released once a month at a few local bottleshops in southern VT at the beginning of the month.