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SWEET! Sour’d in September Beer Festival Hosted by Captain Lawrence Brewery ft. 50+ Breweries

15 Jul

Tix on sale 9 am on 7/15/14!

Update:  Sold out in 1 1/2 hours!

Love sour beers but frustrated because they are so hard to find? Well, how about we make it a helluva lot easier for you by introducing you to Sour’d in September. Yes, on 9/13 from 1PM-5PM Captain Lawrence Brewery in Elmsford, NY will be hosting the first annual Sour Beer Festival.

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Swig + Swine @ Captain Lawrence Brewery Pig Roast 2014

9 May

Update:  we confirmed with Captain Lawrence and, yes…you’ll be happy…beer drinkage is unlimited with ticket purchase.  Sorry for any confusion. 

Finally, it’s almost May 17…that time of year when Captain Lawrence Brewery in nearby Elmsford, NY puts on its annual Pig Roast…the 8th annual, to be exact. Tickets are pretty damn cheap, clocking in at only $15 if you’re a designated driver (includes unlimited non-alcoholic beverages, entertainment + brewery pass for the entire day) or $30 if you’re in it to get some drinking done (same as designated, but includes unlimited brews). The pig roast is going on from 12-6 pm and will be a blast for lots of reasons:

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Beer Review: St. Vincent’s Dubbel – Captain Lawrence Brewery, NY

27 Apr

Photo by Dan and Kristien Del Ferraro, OmNomCT

So, look.  We already drink beer a few times a week and we love discovering new local beers and breweries, so we had a beerpiphany:  why not share a local beer we liked every once in a while?  We’re going to keep it short, simple, and to the point.  We’ll hit up the vital stats (as long as we can find them), the tasting notes, where we bought the bottle, and anything else we find along the way.  Enjoy and let us know if there’s a beer you’d like for us to drink and cover.

 

Beer: St. Vincent’s Dubbel

Brewery: Captain Lawrence Brewery in Elmsford, NY

Style: Belgian Style Abbey Ale.  Simply put, this means that the beer is similar in style to beer produced by monks.  Trappist beers are certified, while Abbey Ales don’t necessarily need to come from a monastery as is the case here.  As for the dubbel, that refers to beer made at abbeys that were malty, rich, and were light on hops that ended up being twice as strong…hence, dubbel.

Color and appearance:  the beer settles down to a nice dark caramel brown.  A foamy head forms, but quickly settles down to about fingernail length.

Smell: caramel, dark chocolate, and malts

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Tap Into a Cure @ Captain Lawrence Brewing Co. to Benefit Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America

7 Jul

What The Fairfield/Westchester chapter of the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America has planned for July 26 at Captain Lawrence Brewery just might be the best fundraiser ever to bless Earth.  Let’s look at the awesomeness:

• THREE hours of unlimited Captain Lawrence brews

• Live entertainment from The Del Bocas (starting at 8:30)

• Get your own Captain Lawrence pint glass

• Refreshments (you need to hydrate, remember?) will be given by Gail Patrick’s Cafe.

• Prizes and games from WPLJ Party Patrol from 7:30 – 9:30

• Sign-up for the first annual beer pong tournament ($40 entry fee)

• Unlimited bocce ball (oh hell yes) on their outdoor patio

• Raffles for things ($20) including:  Lenz Winery,  Chelsea Piers,  Static HairPlush Salon, Amazon KindleLake  Compounce, Skinny Buddha, and more…

Thursday, July 26, 2012
7:30 pm to 10:30 pm
Captain Lawrence Brewing Company
444 Saw Mill River Road, Elmsford NY

TICKET PURCHASE DEADLINE IS JULY 19th!

Buy tix here or just click on the ticket:

Tickets are either $50, $100, $250, or $500, all depending on how much you want to give.  A majority of the ticket fee is tax deductible, too.

You must be over 21 to attend.

Please contact Lisa Harding at (914) 328-2874 Ext. 5 or lharding@ccfa.org with any questions or to inquire about sponsorship opportunities.

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The Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation
The Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation is the only national nonprofit, voluntary health organization dedicated to the fight against Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis collectively known as IBD.  Our mission is to cure and prevent Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, and to improve the quality of life of children and adults affected by these diseases.

What are Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis?
Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis are two separate and distinct diseases.  They share many of the same symptoms, which range in severity and are often debilitating for patients, greatly altering their quality of life and often resulting in surgery.  More than 1.4 million Americans, including 150,000 under the age of 18 suffer from these diseases.

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