Sunday, March 31, 2013

Green Flash

Two awesome events are coming up in May featuring Green Flash Brewing.

May 1- Beer Dinner at Big Orange hosted by Green Flash Rep Josh Samples.

May 2- Tap Takeover at The Flying Saucer.  Several Green Flash beers will make their Arkansas Debut this evening!!

Thursday, August 19, 2010

Choc Beer Dinner

This coming Wednesday August 25, 2010 Choc's Brewmaster Michael Lalli will be coming to Little Rock to host a Beer Dinner at Khalils Pub on Shackleford. If you are interested in Attending please contact Khalil's Pub at 501-224-0224 for reservations. The Event will start at 7:00 PM and tickets are $35 per person.

Here is the menu:

Opening Beer: Waving Wheat- Belgian style witbier

Belgian Style Dubbel –
Paired with Assorted Cheeses and Freshly Baked Bread

Basement Batch American style Pale Ale –
Blackened Shrimp & Scallop with Cajun Remoulade

Belgian Style Quad -
Pork Chops & Peaches, Pan-Seared, Then Simmered with Peach Slices and BBQ Sauce

Miner Mishap German Schwarzbier –
Chocolate Heaven: German Chocolate, Black Forrest and Chocolate Crème Brûlée

Sunday, August 8, 2010

Pumpkin Beers

In the fall I really enjoy pumpkin beers. Last year many new Pumpkin beers were introduced to Arkansas. My two favorites were South Hamptons Pumpkin Ale (86, 93 in style), and Shipyards Smashed Pumpkin (84, 92 in style).

South Hampton Pumpkin ale is a great fall session beer. It's a great beer to drink on the porch in the evening when the temperature starts to fall.

Smashed Pumpkin is an Imperial Pumpkin ale that's best when served at about 55 degrees. The pumpkin flavor is really fantastic when it warms up a bit.

I highly recommend these two pumpkin beers.

Monday, August 2, 2010


Choctoberfest from the Choc brewery will be released ths Tuesday August 10 in Arkansas. This will be the first time that this Vienna Lager has been available in Arkansas. Look for it at your favorite Liquor store!!

Sunday, August 1, 2010

Sofie at the Saucer

One of my favorite beers from Goose Island is available on tap for the first time in Arkansas at the Flying Saucer.  Sofie is a Belgian style Farmhouse Ale that is fermented with Oranges.  I have not been to the Saucer in a while but for this beer on tap I will make the 50 mile drive from Malvern.


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