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Tomorrow (December 6th) is the 2008 edition of Dix Winter Caskival. If you’re in Vancouver and like good beer, then you’d better go.
All of the local brewers take a break from making boring commercial beers and put together a couple of dozen casks of fun and experimental beers for people who like fun and to experiment. Whoah, I’m not sure I said what I meant, but you get the idea.
Tomorrow’s line up is as follows:
- Big Ridge IPA
- Central City Spiced Winter Ale
- Crannog Old Puddin’ Head
- DIX Saison Visceral
- DIX Smoked Plum Porter
- DIX India Red Truck Ale
- DIX Rum-Candied Mandarin Orange & Organic Espresso cask-conditioned Imperial Stout
- Dockside Winter Ale
- Granville Island Jolly Abbot
- Howe Sound Father John Christmas
- Longwood Scotch Ale
- Mission Springs Winter
- R & B Auld Nick
- Russell Cranberry Porter
- Steamworks Blitzen
- Storm Snakebite
- Swans Scotch Ale
- Taylor’s Crossing Dubbel
- Tree cask-conditioned Double Hophead
- Whistler Bear Arse Barleywine
- Whistler Vanilla Bourbon Porter
- Yaletown Le Nez Rouge
- Yaletown Oud Bruin
I’m looking forward to the orange and espresso Imperial Stout, Oud Bruin, and Double Hophead. I recently made a Burnt Orange Belgian Blanche and was thinking that I’d like to try a burnt orange and chocolate stout sometime, so I’m curious about the Orange and Espresso Imperial Stout. I’ve had the Yaletown Oud Bruin before, but it’s different every time. And I’m a big fan of Tree’s Hophead, so I can’t help but be curious what their Double Hophead would taste like.
The Caskival starts at 12:30 and goes until they run out of beer.
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