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October 2014 - page 2

10 Spots For A Beer And A Scream This Halloween


1. There Will Be Blood-The Masque of The Red Death Beer Release, Triple Crossing Brewing Company


113 S Foushee St, Richmond, Virginia 23220
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Have a scream at Triple Crossing Brewing Company on Halloween as they release their newest hop forward elixir, The Masque of The Red Death Double Red Ale!

Lili and The Dirty Moccasins will perform in the tasting room with a particularly terrifying set of their brand of folk from 7:30pm-9:30pm.

Costumes are encouraged, and will be judged.

There will be blood… Keep Reading

9 Nashville Beers To Try This Fall


1. Wicket Gate, Black Abbey Brewing Company


2952 Sidco Dr, Nashville, Tennessee 37204
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Dark and complex, this American stout exhibits classic roast, chocolate and creamy characteristics derived from oats, flaked barley and British malts. When your heart is heavy and in great need, enter here! Sweetness waits beyond the Wicket Gate. Pairs well with roast, stew and savory sauces. Keep Reading

10 Virginia Beers To Check Out


1. “Roggenberry” German Rye, Three Notch’d Brewing Company


Charlottesville, Virginia
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This beer was one of the first batches brewed in the Harrisonburg location, designed by brewer Mary Morgan, they loved it so much they wanted to bring it to Cville. This German ale has a mild spiciness from the rye (roggen), infused with an herbal tea consisting of strawberry leaves, local woodruff from Pebble Hall Wild Flowers in Weyer’s Cave, Virginia, chamomile and honey. The herbs/spice profile is supported by a pleasantly sweet, malty/fruity base, coming primarily from the hearty amount of Munich malt. Keep Reading

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