November 11, 2010

SIXPOINT takes the taps at City Tap House. Pop-up Brewery Nov. 19-21

If you look up SIXPOINT's report card on Beer Advocate, you'll see that it's not quite straight A's.
Only because there's a few B+'s thrown in.  These Brooklyners make great beer and as of Beer Week have someone in the market to spread the word, Jersey Dan.  Dan is working with Bella Vista distributors to get taps all over the city.  This is the first time their Belgian Rye, Enterprise is being poured in Philly.

So... what's happens at a POP UP?

For $10 per person, guests will receive a limited edition beer glass which can be filled twice from any of the available taps, while supplies last.  For those who don’t wish to take home a glass, on Friday and Saturday of the Pop-Up, Sixpoint pints will be $5. 
On Sunday, November 21 at 1 pm, Sixpoint will host a homebrewing class featuring a question-and-answer session with several Sixpoint brewers and founder Shane Welch.  This class is open to the public and reservations are not required.  The City Tap House Sunday Special will be all Sixpoint pints for $4

Sehr Crisp Pilsner 5.4%
Bengali Tiger IPA  6.5%
Righteous Ale (Rye Pale Ale) 6.4%
Otis Oatmeal Stout 6.1%
Brownstone (American Brown Ale) 5.7%
Pumpkin Brewster (Pumpkin Saison, last keg in town) 5.5%
Old Krusher (Barleywine, last keg in town) 10.4%
*Vienna Pale Ale (exclusive) 5.2%
*Bark Red Ale (exclusive) 5.0%
*Enterprise (Belgian Rye Ale, exclusive, Philadelphia DEBUT) 6.8%

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