August 29th Harry’s Hofbrau San Jose, CA. New Belgium Lips Of Faith tap takeover.
On Tap: Tart Lychee, Biere de mars, Cocoa Mole Ale, Red Hoptober, Somersault, Super IPA, Peach Porch Lounger, Biere de Garde, Imperial Coffee Chocolate Stout, Berliner weisse, Prickly pear saison, Fat Tire, Super Cru, Abbey Grand Cru, Matt’s Ale
Cocoa Mole Ale
Chile beer- ABV 9%- this was an amazing strong spicy ale. It is full flavored, complex and spicy. It’s only for those who can handle such a bold intense flavored brew. It smells of chiles. It is nice drinking real mole.
Red Ale- ABV 6% – a very good red ale
American blonde ale- ABV 5.2% this is always a great summer beer light crisp and refreshing
Imperial IPA- ABV 9%
Peach Porch Lounger
Saison- ABV 9.4%
Biere de Garde
Ale brewed with orange peel. The scent is if a strong ale and oranges. You can taste the orange peel in every aspect of this ale the initial taste, with it in your mouth and the carry through to the after taste. The color is very light see through but very orange. Half way through my glass I’m feeling the beer more then normal and that when I looked up the ABV and to my surprise it’s a 9% for being such a light color and consistency it’s surprisingly strong.
Imperial Coffee Chocolate Stout
Imperial Stout- ABV 9% very dark black in color with a brown solid lacing. You cant see through the beer at all. Strong dark chocolate, coffee and roasted malts in the flavor
Prickly pear saison
Saison- ABV 8.5%
Belgian strong pale ale- ABV 10%
Abbey Grand Cru
Belgian Strong Dark Ale- ABV 9.5%
Abbey Dubbel- ABV 7%