Monday, December 5, 2011

Christmas at Max's in Baltimore

If I posted everytime Max's on Broadway had a great beer event, you'd think this was the Max's blog...but I had to stick this one in. Really makes me wish Baltimore was less than 2.5 hours away; actually, I wish that pretty often. Been too long since I've been there, and this proves it!

MAX' ANNUAL HOLIDAY BEER SOCIAL
 
TOMORROW DEC, 6, 2011 @6PM
 
It is that great time a year again. This Year we think we are putting out one of the best line ups, for the holiday social. So here it is.........
 
ALL ON DRAFT:
Struise Tsjeeses Reserva
10.0% Belgian triple aged 8 Months on Stone Fruits and 6 Months on Oak.(Belgium)
Struise Pannepot Grand Reserva 2005
10.0% Belgian Strong Dark Ale. Aged 24 Months on Oak barrels. The Last 10 Months are aged on Calvados Oak Barrels.(Belgium)
Hebrew 15:15
13.5% Hybrid Barleywine w. Pomegranates, Dates & Grapes(US)
Firestone Walker XV
12.5% Barrel Aged Blended Beer. 76% Barleywine style Beer, 19.0% Stout 5% Imperial IPA(US)
Evil Twin Soft Xmas
10.9% Imperial Stout w/ Vanilla & Sour Cherries(Denmark)
Evil Twin Christmas Eve At a New York City Hotel Room
10.0% Imperial Stout(Denmark)
Van Steenberge La Biere Du Boucanier Christmas
9.5% Belgian Holiday Ale(Belgium)
Emelisse Winterbier
9.0% Quad Style w/ Pils, Munchener & Abbey Malt w/ Candi Sugar(Netherlands)
Mikkeller Ris A La M'Ale 2011
8.0% Dutch Ale Based on a Traditional Dessert.(Denmark)
 
Plus Maybe one More Surprise Beers....

6 comments:

Alexander D. Mitchell IV said...

And regular attendees (including yours truly) know the other little secret about that particular beer social..... well, you'll just have to come down to it, for once. Incidentally, last week they had DuClaw Repent 2005 (14.6%, OMG fantastic by now) and 2010 JW Lees Harvest Ale among their 102 drafts.....

Anonymous said...

Too many fruities and belgians. I remember when they only took over tap lists in the summer.

Anonymous said...

Apparently Max's is not an advocate of the "drink/eat local" movement.

Dan Bengel said...

They do have this new founded things called trains, that will get you there pretty fast. Unless there is a tree or a car or a truck on the tracks.........

bierman2000 said...

well Lew and others as alwasy Max tops the list on their finds and btw you may need to update your PA breweries in York County as 2 have open in last 3 months.
Cheers

bierman2000 said...

well Lew as always Max kikcs butt and you may need to update your PA breweries list as 2 in York County have opened in last 3 months