West Seattle Happenings: Rare Beers at Beveridge Place Pub and Dogfish Head Week at Super Deli Mart

January 11th, 2012 · 2 Comments · Events

If you are one of those people who rarely makes the trek to West Seattle, this week might be a good time to think about it. Beveridge Place Pub will be pouring a bunch of rare beers tomorrow night for their Rare Draft Revelry, while everyone’s favorite convenience store will be pouring 24 different beers from Dogfish Head through next Tuesday.

Beveridge Place Pub Rare Draft Revelry:
Cool things on tap all day on Thursday, January 12!
We’re adding descriptions this time to further entice you:

Dogfish Head Fort – brewed with pureed raspberries and a Belgian yeast, it goes through a similar fermentation process to 120. (16% abv!).

Cascade Frite Galois – farmhouse ale aged 3 months in white port barrels. A nice crisp sour beer (4.6%).

Wingman Cerise Noire – sour/brett black beer brewed with black cherry tea (6%).

North Coast Grand Cru – brewed with Pils malt & agave nectar, then fermented with a Belgian yeast, and aged in bourbon barrels. (12.5%)

Naked City Big Lebrewski White Russian Imperial Cream Stout – mmm, Kahlua and oak! (9%)

Avery The Beast Grand Cru ’09 – this massive brew has flavors of a dark rum. Dates, plums, and molasses in a rich vinous texture. (15%)

Dogfish Head Week at Super Deli Mart:
From the Seattle Times:

In a rare event, Seattleites will get a chance to sample two dozen Dogfish Head varieties at Seattle Deli Mart in the next seven days. Six Dogfish Head beers will be on tap daily, including such rare ales as Fort, brewed with raspberries, and Pangaea, brewed with ingredients from every continent. For $3 a glass, it’s cheaper than happy hour.

The Dogfish Head tasting concludes next Tuesday evening when this West Seattle convenience store and deli will feature seasonal and limited releases from 6-8 p.m. A full house is expected, with crowds expected to spill out into the parking lot.

For more details about the Super Deli Mart event, visit the article on the Seattle Times here.


2 Comments so far ↓

  • Chris

    Minor correction: Cerise Noire is a pale lambic-style beer (though younger and lighter on the sour than a true lambic). It’s only “noire” as in “black cherries”.

    BPP should also have a keg of our Black Widow, which is a dark spicy belgian style ale aged in a Pont21 wine barrel (from Tacoma’s excellent 21 Cellars winery).

  • barleywinefiend

    Avoid the Wingman. Wild gone wrong. See reviews for this beer before you invest. Subpar indeed.

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