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Clubhouse x Six String Brewing Co — Wed 19 Aug
August 19, 2015 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pmFree
This month, we’re inviting you to meet the team from the Central Coast’s Six String Brewing Co, over a free and exclusive session at the Clubhouse
Wed 19 Aug 6.30pm–8.30pm Uncle Hops, The Bank Hotel, 324 King St, Newtown 2042
FREE double-passes for the first 25 BLCo members to register
On the night, the Six String team will showcase and help serve up their beers, while telling a few stories along the way. Bottled Lightning Co will then lead a Q&A, before exploring the remainder of the Six String range.
Guests will receive a free tasting paddle of Six String beers to accompany the brewer presentation. Tasting notes will be provided, and the Clubhouse bar will be open following scheduled proceedings.
To secure your free double pass, simply register through the ‘tickets’ window below, where 1 ‘ticket’ represents a double-pass. Double-passes are issued on a ‘first come, first served’ basis, and are strictly limited to one double-pass per BLCo. member. Tickets are non-transferrable.
Beers on tap
Australian Pale Ale 4.8%
Using hops from Australia and America this beer gives a load of fruit aromas. Passion fruit, mangos and citrus all feature upfront. The palate is hop forward this a good malt presence giving balance to the beer. The hoppy fruit characters give way to a clean dry malted finish with a strong but not overpowering bitterness.
Dark Red IPA
India Pale Ale 6%
Pours a very dark red almost black in colour. The use of rich caramel and chocolate malts is what gives this beer it’s signature deep red appearance in contrast to its creamy white head. It’s copious amounts of dark malts is balanced with a big hopping regime. The hops are evident in both the aroma and palate which gives this beer a big West Coast USA style. Big on malts and big on hops a great signature beer.
Extra Special Bitter 5.2%
An ode to the ESB’s of the U.K where the style was born. Using English malts which are the driving force of the beer. The palate has big notes of toffee, caramel with a biscuity malt finish. The English hops used add a floral note that comes through on the end of the palate. Best drunk at room temperature to allow the full malt flavours to shine.
Coffee Stout 4.7%
An Oatmeal Stout that has been ‘cold drip’ infused with Onyx Coffee Co beans. As to be expected it pours a deep black with a thick tan head just like the creme on your morning espresso. The nose give big hits of coffee backed up with a slight sweetness. The oats come through on the palate and add to the thick mouthfeel which works well with the coffee bitterness that finishes the palate.
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