Come try this cask conditioned wild experiment gone perfect.
Brewed for Bierproeflokaal In de Wildeman’s 25th Anniversary. This brand new brew is an unfiltered American IPA hopped with Citra and fermented with Saison yeast.
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Come celebrate all that french craft beer has to offer at Cafe D’Alsace.
We will be featuring over 20 French beers, 10 breweries, beer flights and yes we are roasting a baby pig in a sign of appreciation for the French revolutionaries that stormed the Bastille over 220 years ago.
Here’s what we got;
Bastille Day Pig Roast
July 14th – 16th
Roasted Beet Salad
arugula and herbed goat cheese
Au Baron, Cuvée des Jonquilles, Gussignies, Nord-Pas-de-Calais
Roasted Sucklin Pig
roasted apples, braise savoy cabbage and roasted red bliss potatoes
Bourganel, au Miel de Châtaignier, Vals-Les-Bains, Rhône
Mix Berry Tart
crème anglais, raspberry coulis and vanilla ice cream
La Choulette, Framboise, Hordain, Nord-Pas-de-Calais
Beer Dinner at Café d’Alsace
June 6th – 9th, 6pm – 11pm
Brasserie d’Achouffe, “Biere du Soleil,” Belgian Pale Ale
rouille, saffron potatoes, fennel, mache salad
wasabi mayonnaise, nori and soy sauce served on country toast
Ommegang / Brasserie d’Achoufe, “Gnomegang,” Strong Golden Ale
Petite Choucroute Garnie
assorted sausage, smoked pork breast, potatoes and beer braise sauerkraut with juniper berries
Frites & rouille
Brasserie d’Achoufe, “McChouffe,” Dark Ale
fleur de sel, crème anglaise and caramel ice cream
assortment of cookies
Executive Chef: Philippe Roussel
Beer Sommelier’s Gianni Cavicchi & Roz Donagher
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Bourbon Barrel Aged Bronx Pale Ale in NYC Bars and Restaurants April 12
Preview to be Hosted at Café D’Alsace April 11
New York, NY, April 3, 2012 – The Bronx Brewery, the latest craft brewery to come out of New York City, will introduce an oak aged version of its Bronx Pale Ale next week. The Bourbon Barrel Aged Bronx Pale Ale will go on sale in bars and restaurants throughout Manhattan and the Bronx on Thursday, April 12. Just 300 individually numbered 22-ounce bottles of this limited batch will be sold.
The brewers will introduce the new beer at a special tasting on Wednesday, April 11 from 6PM to 8PM at Café D’Alsace (1695 2nd Avenue, New York). The Bronx Brewery Head Brewer, Damian Brown, and General Manager, Chris Gallant will be on hand to talk about the specialty beer and answer questions about the brewing and aging process. Café D’Alsace beer sommelier and BeerSomm co-founder Gianni Cavicchi will be pouring samples of the new oak aged brew, alongside the brewery’s flagship Bronx Pale Ale.
Released in September 2011, the Bronx Pale Ale is The Bronx Brewery’s first beer. It is a deep amber American-style pale ale that is brewed with five different barley malts, generous additions of Cascade and Centennial hops, and a unique strain of yeast. It is dry-hopped, unfiltered, and unpasteurized. The beer is available in over thirty bars and restaurants in the city and has won critical acclaim, taking home a silver medal in the 2012 New York International Beer Competition. About the beer, Cavicchi says, “Pure Finesse! Finally a pale ale that tight rope walks the balance of hops and malt.”
The company is excited to now release this aged variant, which was conditioned in an American Oak Woodford Reserve Bourbon barrel. The several-month conditioning process has imparted generous notes of bourbon and oak into the ale, with subtle notes of vanilla rounding out the complex, yet soft ale. “It is definitely a beer to savor and enjoy with friends” says Brown.
About The Bronx Brewery
The Bronx Brewery is a craft brewery and distributor based in the South Bronx. It was launched in 2011 by a small team with two things in common: a maniacal focus on creating high-quality beer and a passion for the Bronx and New York City. Its traditionally-crafted ales use only premium and minimally-processed materials to create fresh, bold beer from a borough known for its own uniquely bold character. The team is enthused to bring a rich brewing tradition back to the Bronx and craft a beer that the people of the Bronx and New York City can be proud to call their own.
About Café D’Alsace
With Café D’Alsace, Tour De France NYC bring their expertise in Alsatian cuisine to the Upper East Side. Chef Philippe Roussel interprets the cuisine with a contemporary New York flair. Café D’Alsace has one of the city’s most distinguished beer selections – including a beer sommelier to assist you in selecting the perfect choice.
The Bronx Brewery
Pay homage to odorous fromage at Tour de France’s Stinky Cheese Festival, a bacchanal of beer, wine, and glorious dairy on Thursday, February 9th. 9 French-taurants will host the one-night-only expo, where they’ll stuff you with unlimited samples of 20 pungents like Limburger, Taleggio & Epoisse, plus endless specialty dishes chosen to showcase different varietals, from bleu cheese ice cream, to mac ‘n Limburger, to raclette de fromage, a serving method by which raclette is heated to a gooey spread, also the 9.5 points that melted cheesehead gamblers when the Pack couldn’t cover.
Your beveraging is facilitated jointly by Le Tour’s wine sommelier and beer sommelier, who’ll engage in brutal physical combat over the appropriate accompaniment to Stilton a friendly pairing contest, matching crafts and wines for you to sip endlessly. You can crush 2.5 curd-filled hours of this fest for just $38; or live large with a $53 VIP pass that gets you an extra hour (starts 630p) for an exclusive pairing session and a chance to beat the hopefully not-odorous crowds to the cheese.