He also introduced me to a Cartersville business, Muskedines, a growler station as well as a supplier for all brewing needs, plus wine making/tasting stuff. Kenny McCoury is the owner and a great resource for brewing info.
Bit of construction and remodeling going on but we were greeted by the lovely view of these 12 taps:
Wonderfulness ensued as I was introduced to a new brewery, Six Point Brewery from Brooklyn, NY.
|Hi-Res sampler, a small amount but big impact. Quite a beer.|
After the German victory, John celebrated with, surprisingly, a non-Teutonic beer, choosing instead a Sierra Nevada Torpedo. John was elated because he had chosen Germany to win from the very beginning.
Trappeze as the gastro pub to visit and glad we are that we found it.
Good food, at the bar, and some 31 beers on tap (2 were down, 33 is the usual) made the day for us.
I chose the Ballast Point Fathom IPL, 7.0% abv, Kay had the Off Color Tooth and Claw Czech pils, 4.8%. abv. We also had a half pour of Yes Face ESB, since it is brewed by a good friend's brother. Good choice to accompany our sandwiches.
|The apres-lunch devastation.|