An Evening with Great Divide (plus Pilot Beer)

Thanks to Sandy the Yeti has rescheduled the Great Divide Tap Takeover for December 11 at 3pm.

We have teamed up with Hunterdon Brewing’s Esoteric Fermentation Consultant and Jersey’s Great Divide rep John Hoyos to deliver some Great Divide pleasantries and, of course, all the Yeti we could get our hands on. On December 11th come out and meet John from 6-9pm to talk Great Divide and, as his title suggests, copious amounts of beer and beer styles in general. No joke, if you want to talk beer this is the man! To celebrate Great Divide and Yeti we will be offering the following:

On Draft:
Hoss Lager
Hibernation Ale
Wolfgang Dopplebock
Oaked Yeti Imperial Stout
Chocolate Oak Aged Yeti Imperial Stout (2011)
Espresso Oak Aged Yeti Imperial Stout (2011)

In Bottle:
Claymore Scotch Ale
Yeti Imperial Stout
22oz. Belgian Yeti Imperial Stout (2011)

Plus, at 7pm we will be tapping a surprise small-batch, pilot beer. We will be one of the only places in the country to have this one.

Food pairings will be offered to complement the several styles we will be offering. Who knows, we BELIEVE so much that the big guy’s little furball of a brother may show up during the course of the evening?

Great Divide Brewing Company was founded by Brian Dunn in 1994 in Denver, Colorado, USA. Three months after brewing its first batch of beer, it won the first of the brewery’s twelve Great American Beer Festival and four World Beer Cup awards. By 2007, Great Divide was ranked by as the 23rd best brewery in the world with three of the world’s top 100 beers. In December 2008, Beer Advocate magazine ranked them as the seventh best brewery on the planet.

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