Showing posts with label Draught Works. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Draught Works. Show all posts

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

2nd Whitewater Beer Tasting on Alberton Gorge

Montana Brewery Tours is hosting its 2nd annual Whitewater Beer Tasting this Saturday on the Alberton Gorge. Complete with Class III whitewater fun, transportation, and appetizers paired with Draught Works beers, it's sure the be a wild and wet time.

The event is $99 per person and already nearly sold out. Meeting time is noon, and the return is scheduled for 7 p.m. Book at MTBREWTOURS.COM or by calling 406.544.6864.

If you want to see the good times had last year, check out these pics, courtesy Montana Brewery Tours' Facebook.


Monday, April 27, 2015

4th Annual Missoula Craft Beer Week and Garden City Brewfest Beer List!

It's happening as we speak! Missoula Craft Beer Week kicked off on Saturday April 25 with a brewery open house, and then it carried on into Sunday with the sold-out Draught Works' Beer 'n Bacon Brunch, a presentation at Imagine Nation Brewing by Montana brewery historian Steve Lozar, and the inaugural Human Foosball Tournament (pics below) at Kettlehouse-Southside Taproom.

The week pushes ahead with many great events. See the full list here! Tonight is the world premiere of "Homebrewd," a documentary about home brewing in Montana, and the Beer Vs. Wine Dinner at Caffe Dolce, which is sponsored by Big Sky Brewing.

The winners!
Photo courtesy Kettlehouse.
Of course the week ends with the ever popular Garden City Brewfest, presented by the Missoula Downtown Association (and our sponsor, Downtown Missoula Partnership). Here's the full line up of beers that will be poured this weekend (grouped by distributor)!

GARDEN CITY BREWFEST 2015 BREWERY & BEER LIST

Summit Beverage
-        Bayern Brewing, Inc.
o   Maibock
o   Dragon’s breath Dark Hefeweizen
o   Montana (Helles) Lager
o   Amber Lager
-        Angry Orchard
o   Hop N’ Mad Cider
-        Bitter Root Brewing
o   Bitterroot IPA
o   Huckleberry Honey Ale
-        Blackfoot River Brewing
o   Belgian Tripel
o   Equnox Single Malt/Single Hop IPA
-        Deschutes Brewery
o   Pinedrops IPA
o   India Red Ale
-        Draught Works
o   Little Richard Session IPA
o   Fumunda Southern Hemisphere
-        Flathead Lake Brewing
o   Dirty Ginger Belgian Strong Ale
o   Shouter Equinox Oatmeal Pale Ale
-        Glacier Brewing Co.
o   Flathead Cherry Ale
-        Green Flash Brewing Co.
o   West Coast IPA
o   Double Stout Black Ale
-        Higherground Brewery
o   Hurrah Scotch Ale
-        Kettlehouse Brewing
o   Double Double Haul
o   Lemon Drop Hefeweizen
-        Laguntias Brewing Co.
o   Little Sumpin Sumpin
o   Undercover Shut-Down Ale
-        Leinenkugel’s Brewing Co.
o   Summer Shandy
-        Madison River Brewing Co.
o   Salmon River Honey Rye
o   The Juice
-        No-Li Brewhouse
o   Mosh Pit Tart Cherry Ale
-        Sam Adams
o   Summer Ale
-        Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.
o   Hop Hunter IPA
-        Tamarack Brewing
o   Headwall Double IPA
o   Yard Sale Amber
-        Traveller Beer Co.
o   The Illusive Traveller

Zip Beverage
-        Anheuser-Busch
o   Shock Top Lemon
-        Beaverhead Brewing Co.
o   Beaverslide IPA
o   Whitetail Whit
-        Big Sky Brewing Co.
o   Big Sky Heavy Horse
o   Big Sky Pygmy Owl Session IPA
-        Elysian Brewing Co.
o   Elysian Super Fuzz Orange Pale Ale
o   Elysian Loser Pale Ale
-        Goose Island Beer Co.
o   312 Urban Pale Ale
o   Goose Summer Ale
-        Grand Teton Brewing Co.
o   5 O’Clock Shadow Black Lager
o   Old Faithful Golden Ale
-        Great Northern Brewing Co.
o   Wild Huckleberry Lager
o   Guy on a Buffalo
-        Harvest Moon Brewery
o   Belgian White
o   Pigs Ass Porter
-        Iron Horse Brewery
o   Farmlandia Seison Ale
o   Iron Horse Irish Death
-        Lewis & Clark Brewing Co.
o   Tumbleweed IPA
o   Prickly Pear Pale Ale
-        New Belgium Brewing Co.
o   New Belgium Skinny Dip Summer
o   New Belgium Slow Ride IPA
-        Quarry Brewing
o   Gneiss IPA
o   American Amber
-        Red Hook Brewing Co.
o   Red Hook Seedy Blonde Apple
-        The Front Brewing Co.
o   Soul Shine Citra IPA
o   High Country Hefeweizen
-        Widmer Brothers Brewing
o   Widmer Alchemy Ale
o   Widmer Hefeweizen Shandy


George’s Distributing
-        Cabinet Mountain Brewing Co.
o   Bullbucker ESP
-        Carters Brewing Co.
o   Ghost Train Double IPA
-        Laughing Dog Brewing
o   The Dogfather Imperial Stout
-        Lone Peak Brewing Co.
o   Raspberry Wheat
-        Neptune Brewing Co.
o   River Nymph
-        Selkirk Abbey Brewing
o   St. Thomas Black Saison

Independents
-        Blacksmith Brewing Co.
o   White IPA
o   Citra Pale Lager
-        Great Burn Brewing
o   Back Burn Black IPA
o   Montana Creamsicle
-        Lolo Peak Brewing Co.
o   Belgian Strong Ale
o   Double Eagle Scotch Ale
-        Phillipsburg Brewing Co.
o   Razzu Raspberry Wheat
o   Rope Swing Saison
-        Wildwood Brewing
o   Organic Ambitious Lager
o   Organic Bodacious Bock

Monday, February 9, 2015

Beer is for Lovers: V-Day Specials in Montana

It's true, Valentine's Day is the premier holiday to spend time with those we love. So let's take a moment to say the words: "I love you IPA." "I love you Russian Imperial Stout." "Yes, I really do love you, American Wild Ale." Feel better?

Of course, sometimes you might want to share your love of beer with your significant other. Thankfully, there are a few Montana craft breweries that are serving up just the right occasion to do so.

If you know of any more, please leave a comment below!

Valentine's Day Fourplay at Draught Works - Missoula

WIN A PAIR OF TICKETS!!

Stop by Draught Works anytime between noon and 9pm to get your tickets – only $12.50/person in advance! Have questions? Call Draught Works at 406-541-1592.

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Beer and Chocolate Lovers at Wildwood Brewery - Stevensville

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Just Added:


Lolo Peak Brewing Co. is taking reservations (act quick, it's already near capacity!) for its six course evening of food and beer. And the next time you're in, ask for a "Chocolate Covered Huckleberry," pictured on the right. Ooh la la!

What I'd really like to do, though, is organize a variant of this run and call it CUPID'S Beer Undie Run. Who's with me?! 

Monday, December 29, 2014

Missoula New Year’s Eve: Burns St. Bistro and Draught Work Beer Dinner

Missoula is a happening town when it comes to New Years Eve. For years the town has come alive with First Night, which now includes 80+ performances at 30 venues from noon to midnight. These events are all family-friendly and alcohol-free. But perhaps you need to take a break for dinner AND grab a beer. You’re in luck. Burns St. Bistro and Draught Works have teamed up for a year-shattering Beer Dinner. In fact, it will so good that when you wake up the next morning, you’ll feel like you’ve time traveled to another year. I promise.

Avid BBS and DW fans have gotten a fix time and again thanks to the Beastro, which is Burns St. Bistro’s food truck, but to truly highlight the genius of the “cheffery + brewery” potential (I made that up, just now), you NEED to get to this beer dinner on Wednesday night. Here are the details. Luckily, there are a few seats left for each dinner.


First Course:
Amuse bouche. Fig and fois gras terrine, brioche, truffled duck consommé, micro frisée.
Beer Pairing: Quill Pig Czech Pils.

Second Course:
Seared scallop, duck mortadella, pickled fennel, buttercup squash-apple purée.
Beer Pairing: Shadow Caster Amber Ale on cask, infused with fennel and apples.

Third Course:
Prime rib, sun choke persillade, beer glazed carrots, whipped cauliflower, white anchovies.
Beer Pairing: 1910 Smoked Porter.

Fourth Course:
Flathead cherries, cambozola, rosemary, almond.
Beer Pairing: Ellie Mae Strong Golden Ale.

Price: $69 per person
Seatings: 5:30 and 9:30 p.m.
Reservations: 543-0719

Saturday, October 4, 2014

Montana Wins at GABF!


In its 28th year, the Great American Beer Festival (GABF), awarded 268 medals to some of the nation's best brewers and breweries (5,507 entries this year, a 16 percent increase over 2013).

And Montana came home with some very big honors!

FIRST, Draught Works was awarded 2014 Brewery and Brewer of the Year Awards Very Small Brewing Company and Very Small Brewing Company Brewer of the Year! Congratulations DW! P.S. We were there today enjoying their 3rd Annual Customer Appreciation BBQ!

Here's how the other Montana breweries fared:
Silver - Black Hops Tactical IPA - überbrew 
Gold - Scepter Head - Draught Works
Gold - Whitetail Wheat - Montana Brewing Co.
Bronze - Wheatfish Wheat Lager - Great Northern Brewing Co.
Gold - Tumbleweed IPA - Lewis & Clark Brewing Co.
Silver - Back Country Scottish Ale - Lewis & Clark Brewing Co.

As a "fun fact," Montana Brewing Co. figured that all of Montana's breweries, over the years, have won a total of 40 awards at GABF, and MBC, alone, has earned 15 of those. Congrats to their gold (again) this year. 

Friday, October 3, 2014

2014 Draught Works Customer Appreciation Day

3rd Annual Draught Works Customer Appreciation Day
On Saturday, starting at noon, Draught Works will celebrate its 3rd Annual Customer Appreciation Day. There will be a free BBQ catered by Burns St. Bistro, giveaways all day (including tickets to the Last Best Film festival, growlers, growler fills, hoodies, hats, gift cards, and tons more).

"In celebration of opening our doors nearly three years ago," says Ana Pederson of Draught Works, "we want to celebrate with  our customers and loyal patrons."

Live music by Red Onion Purple (listen to their song, "Antoinette," here) will start at 5:00 p.m. Get there, have a beer, and keep supporting this neighborhood brewery. 

Wednesday, September 3, 2014

3rd Annual Chain Reaction at Draught Works September 7


3rd Annual Chain Reaction Fresh Hop Festival
Draught Works returns with its annual Chain Reaction Fresh Hop Festival, a bike and brew event in which 100 pounds of fresh hops gets transported via bike race up the Bitterroot Valley to join with freshly milled grains to brew the Chain Reaction Fresh Hop Ale.

The event kicks off on Sunday September 7, 2014 at the Fais Do-Do Farm in Corvallis. 12 teams of riders will haul hops on their bikes in relay fashion to Draught Works (50 miles!). The grains for the Fresh Hop Ale are also milled via bicycle, using a Bitterroot-designed and built GrainMaker grain mill powered by a bicycle. As volunteers pedal, grains get milled.
Draught Works Chain Reaction Milling
Rogue Cow Alert - BRING HOPS!
Draught Works informed us that due to some rogue cattle that got into the hops fields at the farm, nearly half the harvest was lost. If you have hops you'd be willing to donate to the Fresh Hop Ale, please call Draught Works (541-1592) (or message them on Facebook) with what you have and could supply. 
Check out post on last year's Chain Reaction!

Thursday, July 31, 2014

Montana Breweries and the GABF

Yesterday (which also happened to be the one year anniversary of Montana Beer!), general sale tickets for the Great American Beer Festival came and went (selling out in 41 minutes). Held each year in Denver (this year it’s October 2-4), over 700 breweries will be present and pouring at the largest brewfest in the world.

Last year, 49,000 people showed up, grabbed their glasses, and went to work on over 3,000 craft beers over the course of three days. Admittedly, I have not yet been to a GABF, though it’s high on my bucket list. Although, I have been to a Boulder Strong Ale Festival, which was as jaw-dropping as it was delicious.

Montana Beer Finder wrote about the Montana breweries that won last year, and in previous years, but when a list was recently published that highlighted which breweries were present last year but not pouring this year, we reached out to a few of them for comment.

The list of Montana breweries who poured last year but not this year is: Draught Works, Big Sky Brewing, Bowser Brewing Company, Kettlehouse, and Montana Brewing Company.

Sean Graves of Montana Brewing Company tells us, “We have poured beers down there for probably the last 10 years. Last year we were in the brewers’ pavilion. There were no volunteers working, so we were required to be at the booth the whole event. We generally only send two people to the festivals. They felt like the missed out on getting to explore new and exciting styles. We will be back to pouring next year, but this year we will be focused in on learning about new trends.”

Last year’s GABF was marked with the hundreds and hundreds of breweries who missed getting in because of an unforeseen spike in demand for booth space. In an effort to accommodate more breweries, the Brewers Association offered many on the waiting list the opportunity to pour their beer in the brewers’ pavilion (which meant no volunteers to pour and no beers could be judged).

“If you love beer,” continues Graves, “it is a life changing experience, especially if you win awards. The first year I attended we won best Brew Pub and 3 Gold Medals. It was an unforgettable time.”

Graves also suggests to other breweries attending for the first time, "Take as many people from your staff as possible."

Joe Petrilli from Big Sky Brewing Company told us that Big Sky Brewing only does the GABF every other year.

As of yet, we have not heard back from Draught Works, Bowser Brewing, or Kettlehouse.

The Montana breweries that are attending and pouring at GABF this year include: 
  • Carter’s Brewing 
  • Madison River Brewing Company 
  • Neptune’s Brewery 
  • Red Lodge Ales Brewing Co.
  • überbrew 
(except for Carter’s and Neptune’s, these breweries also attended last year).

Doug Bailey, “Beerbarian” for Red Lodge Ales Brewing Company, told Montana Beer Finder:
For us GABF has multiple uses. Winning a medal is pretty awesome. It is the biggest competition in the country, so winning means a lot. It also allows us to get out of the brewery, experiment with some new creative styles, and come back with some great ideas! It allows us to mingle with our peers in the industry and talk about things that do and don't work and how to make our product all the better. We proudly represent Montana as best we can, and staunchly believe some of the best beer in the country comes from our awesome state and we love to share that fact with all of the people who visit GABF.

We wish all the Montana breweries attending and competing in the GABF the best of luck. Tell us, have you been to GABF, or are you going this year for the first time? 

Thursday, September 5, 2013

Trifecta of Beer Events this Weekend!

It's a busy beer weekend ahead! So get ready...

FRIDAY
It all kicks off Friday afternoon with the 15th Annual Maverick Brewfest at Caras Park in Missoula. Entry begins at 4:00 p.m. to sample at least 50 beers by many Montana brewers and neighboring states (including a wood barrel tapping of Bayern Oktoberfest). Tickets are $10 each and include two pours and a souvenir glass. Additional pours are $2 each. Burgers and brats will be available for purchase. Live music by Luke Dowler.

Here are some of the beers on tap:
Shock top
Red Hook ESB
Red Hook Late Harvest
Widmer Oktoberfest
Widmer Drifter Pale Ale
New Belgium MotherShip Wit
New Belgium Hoptoberfest
Harvest Moon Beltin White
Harvest Moon Pigs Ass Porter
Kona Longboard Lager
Kona Pipeline Porter
Stone Arrogant Bastard
Stone IPA
Great Northern Huckleberry
Great Northern going to the Sun IPA
Highlander
Blacksmith Brewing
Flathead Lake Brewing
Tamarack Brewing
Bayern Brewing Oktoberfest (wooden barrel)
Bayern Brewing Dump Truck Summer Bock
Big Sky IPA
Big Sky Heavy Horse
Big Sky Summer Honey
Bitterroot Brewing Huckleberry Hefeweizen
Bitteroot Brewing Octoberfest
Draught Works Scepter Head IPA
Draught Works Three Threads to the Wind Porter
Glacier Brewing Flathead Cherry Ale
Glacier Brewing Slurry Bomber Stout
Blackfoot River Brewing Single Malt IPA
Blackfoot River Brewing Black River Gold OPA
Kettle House Brewing Cold Smoke Scotch Ale
Kettle House Brewing Eddy Out Pale Ale
Deschutes Brewing Inversion IPA
Deschutes Brewing Black Butte Porter
Flathead Lake Brewing Last Train Home Amber ALE
Flathead Lake Brewing White Cap Pale ALE
Madison River Brewing Salmon Fly Honey Rye
Rogue Brewing Dead Guy ALE
Blue Moon Belgium White
Sam Adams Octoberfest
Sierra Nevada Tumbler Autumn Brown Ale

*If you're in the neighborhood, you can also pop over to Shakespeare and Co. bookstore at 6:00 p.m. to pick up a copy of Montana Beer, and have it signed by Ryan Newhouse. 

SATURDAY
On Saturday at the Billings Depot in Billings, the Trailhead Brew & Chew starts at 4:00 p.m. Here's the rundown, according to the event's Facebook page:

"The Trailhead Brew & Chew" Microbrew, Food, and Music Festival is Saturday, September 7th at the Billings Depot. Tickets include a special Brew & Chew sampler mug, food from a dozen restaurants, and unlimited microbrews from 15 different breweries from around the state!! Live music from Jared Stewart, the Tyler Burnett Band, and Battlestar Kramden. Discounted tickets go on sale Friday, August 23rd at Uberbrew for $30, or $35 at the gate.
Trailhead Brew and Chew


SUNDAY
On Sunday, Draught Works will celebrate its 2nd Annual Chain Reaction Fresh Hop Festival by crafting a fresh hopped beer by 100% pedal power. Teams have signed up to bike (aka. race) fresh hops from the Bitterroot Valley and a bike-powered grain mill will churn 1,000 pounds of malted barley for the beer. 

Friday, July 19, 2013

Bicycle Benefits Hosts Bike and Brew Tour in Missoula

Bicycle Benefits Bike and Brew Tour
Bicycle Benefits, an incentive program encouraging cycling for transportation and the use of helmets, is hosting a Bike & Brew Tour in Missoula on Saturday July 20, starting at 2:00 p.m. The goal is to raise awareness about Bicycle Benefits and how businesses and members can mutually benefit.

Having been a member of BB since the program first started in 2009, I can attest that there are certainly worthwhile benefits to this program. Today, there are nearly 1,200 BB members and 35 participating businesses in Missoula.

The Bike & Brew Tour kicks off at Bayern Brewing at 2:00 p.m. and then continue to Draught Works, Tamarack, Flathead Lake Brewing, and Montgomery Distillery. BB stickers are required to participate in the organized ride, and the stickers will allows riders discounts on drinks at each stop. The stickers will also get each rider entered into a drawing for many cool prizes. Draught Works will be giving away a free growler/growler fill to one winner.

Stickers are available at all participating businesses for only $5 each, and they go on a rider's helmet.

Thursday, June 27, 2013

2nd Garden City Community Brew Day on July 2 at Bayern Brewery

Garden City Community Brew
The second installment of the bi-annual Garden City Community Brew will come together at Bayern Brewery on July 2, starting at 10:00 a.m.

This fundraising initiative started last year with Missoula's four breweries joining forces: Big Sky Brewing, Draught Works, Kettlehouse, and Bayern Brewery. The inaugural beer released last November was a Black IPA brewed at Draught Works. Proceeds from beer sales were donated to the Missoula Food Bank, which totaled a $4,000 contribution.

The new beer will be an Imperial Red Lager, and the new non-profit beneficiary will be The Max, an organization dedicated to creating a Max Wave on the Clark Fork River. This beer's goal is to raise $9,000.

The Max Missoula

The Imperial Red Lager will be debuted at the Missoula River Fest on August 3. If any other locations are interested in serving this limited beer, they should contact Summit Beverage.

Monday, March 11, 2013

St. Patty's Day at Draught Works Brewery

Don't be afraid to call "shenanigans" this St. Patty's Day, especially if it means you are one of the first 150 people to buy a pint at Draught Works on Sunday and get a free t-shirt! For the second year, Draught Works in Missoula is hosting the "St. Patty's Day Shenanigans" party, and giving away free t-shirts in the process!

To properly celebrate this Irish holiday, Draught Works is offering three stouts on tap: Gwin Du Oatmeal Stout, Muddy Udder Milk Stout, Black CoffeeRoasting Company Stout. Plus two stouts served from their beer engine!

Aaron Buzzas will be performing from 11-1, Celtic Dragon Bagpipers around 2:30, and the Hasslers from 5-7. There will also be an appearance by Irish Dancers. 

This Sunday, there may be no better way to get your luck on in Missoula than imbibing and jiving down at Draught Works! 

Thursday, December 20, 2012

Draught Works Christmas Steamer in Missoula

Tomorrow Draught Works in Missoula will be offering a "steaming" deal: one pint of tasty beer and one bowl of "flown in fresh" Penn Cove Mussels for only $5. It only lasts from 4-8 pm, so you better get there early if you plan to have any after I get done with my allotment.

And for the non-beer drinkers in your company, for only $3 you can get a pint of Draught Works root beer or ginger ale and a bowl of steamed mussels. There's something for everyone.

And if you're still looking for gift ideas, Draught Works has you covered there too. Just check this selection:
Cheers to good beer!

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Draught Works Community Appreciation Day in Missoula

On Saturday October 20, Draught Works Brewery will celebrate its first year in business with suds and swine! Their Community Appreciation Day runs from noon - 9 PM and features a three-pig (all grain fed) roast (free until they run out!), door prizes, live music from The Best Westerns (6-8 PM), and a stacked taplist of 11 beers plus a cask offering of Vanilla Bean Gwin Du Oatmeal Stout.

I understand that Draught Works Brewery is grateful for the support it has received from the community, but shouldn't we be the ones grateful for the year of great beers they've bestowed on Missoula? I think yes.

Friday, April 13, 2012

A Beer with Sen. Max Baucus


On Wednesday April 11, Montana's Senior U.S. Senator, Max Baucus, stopped by Draught Works Brewery to chat with representatives of the Montana Brewers Association, the Brewers Association and two local beer bloggers (myself, on left, and Alan McCormick from Growler Fills). Read the full story at MakeItMissoula.com.

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

St. Patty’s Day Shenanigans at Draught Works Brewery in Missoula

On St. Patrick's Day, Draught Works in Missoula will be opening its doors at 10:00 a.m. and the first 50 to buy a pint of beer will get a one-of-a-kind St. Patty's Day Draught Works t-shirt. The brewery will also be filled with live music all day, including acts by:

  • John Floridis (12:30 - 3:30 p.m.)
  • Mudslide Charlie (5:00 - 8:00 p.m.)
  • and sometime during the day the Celtic Dragon Bagpipers will make an appearance
Both Vanilla Bean Stout and Coffee Stout will be served on cask that day. And if you're hungry, authentic Irish dishes will be available for purchase from Florence-based, Cafe Firenze. The brewery also plans different prize giveaways throughout the day. 

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Bigfork Brewfest on Feb. 25 in Downtown Bigfork



The Bigfork Brewfest is set to take place this Saturday February 25 from 3 - 7 p.m. in a new location in downtown Bigfork. The event is still taking place outdoors, so the organizers are encouraging participants to dress warmly. 

The brewfest is a fundraising event and this year’s proceeds benefit the Bigfork Youth Coalition who is starting a community garden, the Ski Bus, The community Foundation for a Better Bigfork and the Children’s Theater.

Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the gate. Advanced ticket sales end Friday the 24. Tickets can be purchased at The Great Northern Brewery in Whitefish, Shepard’s Glass in Kalispell and Glacier Sotheby’s & The Jug Tree in Bigfork.

A tap list has not yet been published, but a list of participating breweries is as follows:
  • Tamarack Brewing Company
  • Madison River Brewing Company
  • The Great Northern Brewing Company
  • Glacier Brewing Company
  • Flathead Lake Brewing Company
  • Blacksmith Brewing Company
  • Bitter Root Brewing Company
  • Draught Works
  • Blackfoot River Brewing

Monday, February 6, 2012

Cask Wednesdays at Draught Works Brewery

For several weeks now the fine folks at Draught Works Brewery on Toole near Scott and Spruce have been putting a special beer on cask on Wednesdays.

Serving beer from a cask is an English tradition rarely seen in American pubs.  Rather than forcing the beer through a tap line with carbon dioxide as in a keg, a device called a beer engine is employed, which uses a piston to push a set amount of beer into a glass.  In general, cask beers tend to be served closer to room temperature and with lower levels of carbonation than the same beers on regular draft.

Sometimes the beer is simply a cask conditioned version of their regular beers, like the award winning Scepter Head IPA on 23 January or their first seasonal, Half Nuts Rye Brown on 30 January.  Other times the beer is a variation on their regular beers, such as dry-hopped Clothing Optional Pale Ale or Scepter Head IPA, or Gwin Du Stout with vanilla beans.

Keep an eye on their Facebook page for announcements on what beer will featured that week.  The cask is tapped at noon and stays on until it's gone, usually not much more than 24 hours.
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