Ninkasi Brewing Tasting at Full Throttle Bottles Tonight

August 25th, 2010 · No Comments · Events

This week’s tasting at Full Throttle Bottles presents a chance to taste the new Ninkasi Maiden the Shade (which I reviewed last week), as well as the rest of the Ninkasi Brewing lineup. The tasting will take place from 5pm to 7pm this evening, and the cost is $4 to taste the lineup. You can save a buck by bringing your own tasting glass to use.

Here is the detailed info on the tasting:

Georgetown, WA – The Bad Boys of Ninkasi will be back at FTB to share their beer! Come down, see what’s new, and chat with Brian. Hopefully Devon from Odom will also stop by, and we know how much fun HE is! We’ll be tasting the regular line-up from Ninkasi, plus the two seasonal/limited beers (see below). We’ll discuss the art from Maiden in the Shade & view the before and after art. So come see what shenanigans these guys have been, or will be, up to! I may even blast some Iron Maiden…

Total Domination IPA: Multiple hops collide in balanced perfection, dominating the senses, achieving total satisfaction. From the Pacific Northwest, birthplace of the modern IPA, comes a beer whose name says it all.

Tricerahops Double IPA: Tricerahops is double everything you already love in an IPA. More hops, more malt body and a higher gravity define this Double India Pale Ale. Fiercely flavorful, guaranteed to satisfy.

Believer Double Red Ale: Brewed and dedicated to the believers of Ninkasi. Rich dark malt complexity is balanced by a plentiful hop presence bringing together perfection in every sip. Who knew believing had so many rewards?

Radiant Ale (seasonal release): Crisp and flavorful, Radiant Ale is a clean finishing summer offering in the Ninkasi tradition. The smooth malt character is balanced by a elegant hop bitterness, the perfect compliment to a glorious summer day.

Maiden the Shade (limited release): A salute to the playful side of summer, they had fun with this beer! Maiden the Shade has a big robust hop character from the liberal use of 7 different varieties of hops. It is completed with a light colored malt backbone to stay in balance. Kick back and enjoy!

We will be tasting these tomorrow, Wednesday, August 25th, from 5pm-7pm. Only $4 for all of them! Our usual “be green” offer applies: Bring your own tasting glass and save a dollar!!

Thanks, Erika & Crew


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