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Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Tap takeover at Real a Gastropub

Here's a takeover that's far from hostile: tap takeovers at Real a Gastropub. Three times this month, about half of Real's taps will surrender to a single brewery. First up is Maui Brewing Co. with ten kegs, including four small batch beers; Deschutes Brewery also with ten kegs; and Sam Adams with 14 kegs.

Here are the takeover dates and the full list of beers to be tapped:
Maui Brewing Company, Tuesday, August 7:

  • Bikini Blond Pale Ale
  • Big Swell IPA
  • Coconut Porter
  • Mana Wheat
  • La Perouse Wit (seasonal)
  • Sobrehumano Palena'ole (seasonal)
  • Smoked Porter (small batch)
  • Freight Trains IPA (small batch)
  • Hawaii 90/Wee Heavy Scotch Ale (small batch)
  • Pueo Pale Ale (small batch)

Deschutes Brewery, Tuesday, August 14. Deschutes' assistant brewmaster, Ryan Schmiege will be in attendance.

  • Green Lakes Organic Ale
  • Black Butte Porter
  • Hop in the Dark Black IPA
  • Mirror Pond Pale Ale
  • Twilight Summer Ale
  • Inversion IPA
  • Obsidian Stout
  • Chainbreaker IPA
  • Black Butte XXIV (small batch)
  • The Stoic (small batch)

Sam Adams, Thursday, August 30

  • Boston Lager
  • Whitewater IPA
  • Boston Ale
  • Norse Legend
  • Tasman Red
  • Dark Depths
  • Cinder Bock
  • Belgian Session
  • New World
  • Black and Brew
  • East West Kolsch
  • Chocolate Bock
  • Old Kentucky Style Ale
  • Double Bock
  • Third Voyage Double IPA
  • Oak Aged Porter
  • Octoberfest

Posted on Tuesday, August 7, 2012 in Permalink

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