Friday, January 21, 2011

Best beer selection in town?

The Brew Shop on NE Division St. is certainly in the running for best (and most organized) beer selection in town.

Check it.
A cooler which spans one wall, sectioned out by region. From Belgians (stocking the likes of Duchesse De Bourgogne) to Germans, Eastern Europe (I got a Pils, a great Czech beer for $1.65) and on. The North American wall is broken down into states/regions. Genius.
Don't tell anybody, but the side room might be our new favorite hangout. Couple tables, peanuts, a fireplace and a small tv to watch the game. And with a huge selection of reasonably priced brews a few steps away? Perfect.
And of course they stock all manner of brewing supplies and even have a couple beers on tap.

1 comment:

  1. Many people think that beers are only for parties and events but that is wrong. Beer has many vitamins, minerals and healthy plants constituents that are good for our body. But not all of them are good for everyone because each beer has its own brewing process and ingredients. So you have to choose which are good for you that will not give you bad experience. so far i know you have to identify if the Beer is Bottle-Conditioned as Bottle-conditioned beers are not filtered so it continues fermenting and reach its final condition in the bottle, or filtered and added some yeast to add fermentation to the beer, so dats add the to taste and more over for starter drinker it is advisable that you choose light colors because they have less alcohol content than those dark colors. If you are still unsure about what to purchase, you could ask for help to the workers in the store and they should help you.