The Bruery вертикална дегустация

Старт: Събота 14 Декември 2019 14:00 Край: Събота 14 Декември 2019 20:00

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THE BRUERY са бутикова крафт пивоварна от Калифорния, майстори на отлежалите в бъчви бири и експериментални ейлове. Създадена като семеен бизнес през 2008-ма още на втората си година се класират в Ratebeer между първите 20 американски пивоварни и от тогава не са излизали от челната класация.

Мнозина са опитвали при нас някои от феноменалните им бири, но този път ви каним на първата, организирана тук в такъв мащаб, вертикална дегустация на винтидж ейлове, разделена в три дегустационни сесии.

Детайлна информация за бирите - моля, прегледайте секцията на английски по-долу.

Дегустационно количество - 50мл от всяка бира на човек.
Трите сесии се провеждат една след друга по реда обявен в събитието.
Местата са ограничени.


THE BRUERY is a boutique craft brewery located in Orange County, California specializing in barrel aged and experimental ales. Founded as a small, friend & family run business in 2008, The Bruery takes its unique moniker from founder Patrick Rue’s family surname.

We have got a chance to pick from The Bruery Archive... this hasn’t happened before and will most likely NEVER happen again.


Our latest Chronology Series™ – a Scotchology - аn experiment with barrels and time. We brewed a wee heavy, beer rich and malty with undertones of brown sugar, toffee and toasted French bread and set it to age in Bourbon Barrels. Every six months we take a quarter of the barrels, blend them and bottle them.
▪️◾️Chronology: 6 (Wee Heavy) 13.7%, 2015
▪️◾️Chronology: 12 (Wee Heavy) 14.1%, 2016
▪️◾️Chronology: 18 (Wee Heavy) 14.2%, 2016
So Chronology#6 has spend 6 month in Bourbon Barrels... Chronology#24 has spend 24 month in Bourbon Barrels... you got it!

We’ve replaced the wheels of time with barrel heads. They don’t turn, yet they embrace the evolution of beer and time on a level that can’t be rivaled. For this Chronology Series™, we brewed an imperial porter and set it to age in bourbon barrels.
▪️◾️Chronology: 12 (Imperial Porter) 12.2%, 2017
▪️◾️Chronology: 18 (Imperial Porter) 13.4%, 2017
▪️◾️Chronology: 24 (Imperial Porter) 13.6%, 2018
We hope you enjoy the culmination of flavors in this final installment in our two-year long journey


▪️◾️6 Geese-a-Laying Belgian Strong Dark Ale 11.5%, 2013
The 6th beer in our “12 Days of Christmas” series and is a return to the more classic dark and toasty winter ale. Brewed with cape gooseberries, this malty ale displays notes of plums, dark cherry and bright, citrus-like flavors from the namesake berries

▪️◾️7 Swans-a-Swimming Quadrupel 11.0%, 2014
For this verse of the story, we chose the path we don’t often take – we brewed to style. No bells, no whistles, just our best take on the Belgian Quadrupel style. Brewed with nothing but water, malt, yeast, hops and a bit of Belgian dark candi sugar, this beer may not be as out-of-the-box as some of our past winter brews, but it’s just as tasty. Rich and complex, this robust dark ale juggles notes of raisin bread, dried apricots, burnt caramel and roasted pecans. The sweet flavors provide a full body and the bright yeast wafts the sweet holiday notes out of the glass, into your life.

▪️◾️8 Maids-a-Milking Imperial Milk Stout 11.3%, 2015
we made an imperial milk stout to stand up to whatever Old Man Winter throws our way from now through 2019 with the final release of our series. 8 Maids-a-Milking is brewed with lactose, which is commonly referred to as milk sugar. It’s the only type of sugar that is unfermentable by yeast, which adds more perceptible creaminess and sweetness to the finished beer. This mouthfeel and sweetness is complemented by robust layers of milk chocolate, subtle spice accents from our house Belgian yeast and roasty, cafe elements indicative of our take on the style.

▪️◾️9 Ladies Dancing Belgian Strong Dark Ale 11.3%, 2016
Inspired by flavors and ingredients found in tiramisu, including ladyfingers, 9 Ladies Dancing mimics the Italian dessert by whipping together flavor combinations and layers of its own. This includes notes of vanilla, chocolate and coffee – clearly the leading ladies in this rich, dessert-like beer.

▪️◾️10 Lords-a-Leaping Belgian Strong Dark Ale 10.5%, 2017
Dark imperial wit ale brewed with 10 different spices - coriander, orange peel, cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, allspice, mace, anise, dried apples and cloves, which complement the spiced notes imparted from the yeast and prance upon the rich, dark fruited character of the specialty malts.

▪️◾️11 Pipers Piping Scotch-style ale 11.0%, 2018
Scotch-style ale features a rich and dominant malt flavor complimented by the candi sugar, a traditional Belgian ingredient, while the coriander's roasted, nutty aromas and flavors come to the fore.

We brewed a dark, decadent wheatwine-style ale with chocolate wheat malt to accentuate the richness imparted through barrel-aging. We then divided the beer into three components, laying each down in new American oak barrels with varying degrees of barrel toast and char. This release showcases the caramel, chocolate, vanilla and slightly smoky notes contributed from aging in medium toasted oak barrels. Taste it side-by-side with its light toast and alligator char counterparts to bring the barrel-aging journey full circle.

▪️◾️Arbre Dark Wheat Wine (Light Toast) 10.8%
▪️◾️Arbre Dark Wheat Wine (Medium Toast) 10.8%
▪️◾️Arbre Dark Wheat Wine (Alligator Toast) 10.8%

▪️◾️Bonus#1 - Atta Boysenberry Bourbon Barrel Aged Wheat Wine w/ Boysenberry & Vanilla 13.8%
Sweet, ripe boysenberries are swirled with creamy vanilla bean in this sundae-inspired treat

▪️◾️Bonus#2 - White Mocha Bourbon Barrel Aged Wheat Wine w/ Coffee 16.3%, 2016
This is White Oak Sap waking up on the other side of the bed. Similar to White Chocolate, White Mocha is our bourbon barrel-aged wheatwine-style ale, known as White Oak Sap, but with fresh coffee beans (instead of vanilla beans) and cacao nibs. Rich notes of coffee and chocolate are joined by warm flavors of coconut, honey and vanilla that rise and shine on the palate.