If you enjoy the goodness of hoppy beers, to the sour and bourbon characters of barrel-aged beers, make sure to join us and YVRBeertweetup at the Lamplighter Public House on Sunday, July 21st for the Anderson Valley Hops and Barrels Tap Takeover!
The event is from 2pm to 6pm, and the Lamplighter Public House will be pouring 7 different Anderson Valley brews that showcase hops and barrel-aging. It’ll be hosted by our friends, YVRBeertweetup, and we’ll all be interacting on the twitter screen (#yvrbeertweetup); where you’ll be learning Boontling (the native lingo of Boonville, California) and getting the opportunity to win a bunch of prizes!
Feature Beers From the Barrels:
-Anderson Valley: Wild Turkey Bourbon Barrel Aged Stout (A collaboration with Wild Turkey Distillery). 96 on Ratebeer and new to BC!
-Anderson Valley: Gantlin Damnosus (Barleywine-style ale that’s been aged and soured in barrels). 91 on Ratebeer!
-Anderson Valley: Featherleggy Bulrusher (Barney Flats Oatmeal Stout aged and soured in oak port barrels).
Feature Beers From the Hops:
-Anderson Valley: Heelch O’ Hops Imperial IPA. 93 on Ratebeer and new to BC!
-Anderson Valley: Hop Ottin’ IPA. 97 on Ratebeer!
-Anderson Valley: Belk’s ESB.
-Anderson Valley: Boont Amber Ale.
About the Brewery:
Anderson Valley is an award-winning brewery that was founded in 1987. At that time, it was one of just 20 craft breweries in the United States. They are located in Boonville, California (Mendocino County) and are known for using words and phrases from the local Boontling lingo on their labels and beer names. However, what really put Anderson Valley Brewing on the map is the fine liquid they produce from the quintessential American Amber Ale (Boont Amber Ale) to the Hop Ottin’ IPA. They also produce some exotic products such as sour/wild ales to the bourbon barrel-aged collaboration with Wild Turkey Distillery. Learn more about Anderson Valley Brewing on their website: https://avbc.com/
So come out and join us on Sunday, July 21st at the Lamplighter Public House for some great beers and good times!
Cheers and Bahl Hornin!