Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Simul-Cask at The Ale House

Last Thursday night Kris and I attended the Simul-Cask of Dogfish Head's 75 Minute IPA at The Ale House in Amesbury, MA. The cask was tapped at 7:50 PM and was empty 45 minutes later. If you're a fan of cask conditioned beer, try and make it to the next release party. You'll be happy you did. The beer was malty and rich with hints of caramel and maple syrup. You could taste the fresh hops but you really had to look for them. I would guess the alcohol level was right around 8%. The beer is naturally carbonated in the cask and served at cellar temperature. It's unfiltered and alive. People who love cask conditioned beer call it: Real Ale. This was how all beer was drank not too long ago. It was brewed, carbonated on the journey to the drinking establishment, set out on the bar, and then consumed in record time.

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