Interesting Beer Tasting Saturday Oct. 23rd

For those who may be interested:

Saturday at 3pm for a special tasting of Bruton Beers from Italy.

 Bruton, Bianca
A pale, opalescent beer made from a large percentage of spelt from the Garfagnaga region of Italy, and unmalted wheat.  Characterized by racy acidity with pronounced coriander and orange peel accents.  A real thirst quencher.

 Bruton, Stone-R
Is a strong ale with a deep-gold color.  It is produced with a blend of malt barley, wheat and rye, and candied sugar which is added during the cooking.  The beer is slightly opalescent in color, with a white, persistent and creamy froth.  It is strong and full-bodied, but also fresh and fruity, with a dry and persistent final taste, slightly hopped, but with a well-balanced alcohol level. 

 Bruton, Lilith
An amber beer inspired by English bitter, with a strong presence of American cascade hops.  Lilith is clear in color with a light beige, dense and persistent froth.  The fresh citrusy scent gives it a taste of grapefruit and resin, balanced with appealing candied malts and a bitter finish to leave your mouth dry and clean, ready for further sipping.  An “arrogant” beer, but also delicate and refreshing.

Phillips’ Fine Wines
17 Bridge Street
Stockton, NJ
Hours:  9AM – 9PM Mon-Thurs
        9AM – 10PM Fri-Sat  12-6 Sun

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