The results are in for the World Expo of beer and we have come away with a couple more awards this year. Tart Cherry Porter won again in the fruit beer category with a bronze medal, and Clementine Lemon Thyme is a bronze winner in the spice/herb/vegetable category. They are both on tap now in the pub, and the TCP is very limited. There are also only a few bottles of the Oak Aged TCP left for sale at the brewery. This is truly a one-of-a-kind beer, and in the one liter bottle, it is a great beer to share.
Tonight we have trivia (as we do every Tuesday evening), and I have even been allowed to join a team and play. If you think you are smart enough, come down and play for free – you may even win prizes.
We are still offering 10% off your entire bill as you play trivia, so there’s really nothing to lose.
Tomorrow we will release our Black and Blue Blonde Ale – the same great (Liberty Belle) Blonde Ale recipe with heavy additions of fresh blackberries and blueberries. Then, for Cinco de Mayo on Thursday, we will have this years batch of Lime Cerveza. This beer is brewed in the style of a light Mexican lager with lime zest and juice already added so your bottle neck doesn’t get clogged. It goes great with our chips and salsa or with one of our delicious pizzas.
And, this just in… I just added an entertainer for this Saturday night. Plymouth’s Green Street Fair is this weekend, and on Saturday they will feature a live performance from American Idol runner up Crystal Bowersox, and the opening act is another local performer named Sista Otis. After her warm up show downtown, Sista Otis will be gracing the Upper Hall from 7:30 until you’re done listening to her. The ‘Idol’ names Sista Otis as one of her influences and it is obvious when you hear and see her sing. This is a very special booking for us, and coming at such a late notice, we can only hope for the best turnout.
This Saturday is also the annual Old Village garage sales. Walk around town and shop for stuff or come by the brewery and learn about homebrewing. The Sons of Liberty will be brewing different homebrew batches on different styles of systems so that interested people can watch and ask questions of the brewers. It is the mission of the Sons of Liberty Homebrew Club to be evangelists of the homebrew hobby and help educate others about the science and are that is involved in brewing your own beer. The club will start early at around 9am and go until all batches are complete.