Friday, November 18, 2011

Holiday ales move in at Falling Rock Tap House

Falling Rock Tap HouseTis the Season at Falling Rock! As we head into the holiday season, more and more taps are being taken over at Falling Rock Tap House in Denver with winter and holiday ales. Check out the official announcement from Chris, owner of Falling Rock Tap House in Denver, about their holiday tap wall availability. Visit them at 1919 Blake Street in Denver - not too far from Coors Field.

Its Beginning To Taste A Lot Like Christmas…

The Christmas Beers are beginning to make their way onto the tap wall, so come down and check them out! The only way to taste all of the ones we will tap this year is to start now and check back often!!

Avery Old Jubilation
Bristol Winter Warlock (on nitro!)
Deschutes Jubel Ale
Great Divide Hibernation
New Belgium Snow Day
Odell Isolation
Port Brewing Santa’s Little Helper
Saison Dupont Avec Les Bon Voeux
Scaldis Noel
Sierra Nevada Celebration

Tuesday November 29th 5-7pm Firestone Walker special tasy treats with David Walker. If you missed the Anniversary Ale come try some of the component beers, bravo Imperial Brown ale, Double Jack, and Denver's newest addition, gold medal winner for American pale ale, Pale 31 on cask! Then hang out for the Christmas Beer Dinner.

Tuesday, November 29th 7pm. 14th Annual Christmas Beer Dinner. Chef Cheryl is already brainstorming over this year's deliciousness to be paired with the current & past crops of Holiday Beers. We will have a 4-5 course meal paired with around 10 different Holiday Beers from this & past Vintages. This will be the first opportunity to sample the past vintages as most of them we only have one keg (most in a 5 gal size) of the past vintages. Tix on Sale at 11:11 on 11/11/11 $55 per person if purchased by Sunday November 27th at 7pm. $60 after that, if still available.

Thats all for now,

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