US - New England Deciduous Brewing Co.

Discussion in 'Beer Travel, Events and Releases' started by Auror, Aug 15, 2015.

  1. Auror

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    Might as well make this thread so we don't have to always bother sleepydave in his AMA thread.

    Trial opening today!

     
  2. SeaWatchman

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    Such excite for this.
     
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  3. Ben

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    Crushed a keg of the berliner with the Shitlord Manor crew this past weekend.

    Much fruit. Lots excite. Can't wait to try more.
     
  4. jomobono

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    Dat Auroral though....
     
  5. pythonhgr

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    how is the area around the brewery??
     
  6. rwitter

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    Had a growler of berliner he dropped off the other day. Was pretty nice. Had a slight tint to color and flavor that made me think fruit but could have been lighting.
     
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  7. jwazzy

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    Murdered it. Porter: on fleek. Berliner: on fleek. Wheat ipa: stockholm fleek. Pale ale: young but showing promise. I'm leaking love.
     
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  8. SecretSquirrel

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    killed my 750ml of Berliner last night Dave gave me last week, good stuff love that it will be a year round offering and maybe a variant or two? excited...
     
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  9. jwazzy

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    This guy was drink last night but speaks truth.
     
  10. how was the scene on Saturday? busy?
     
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  11. Dunt

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  12. sleepydave

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    Win, yeah felt like i was starting to abuse that AMA haha.
    Absolutely has fruit. Brewed with blood oranges and lychees.

    Kind of ridiculously so given i made the announcement at 1:30am friday, haha. We were straight out the whole time. But working on alleviating waits and giving everyone the best experience we can.

    Josh is probably a safer bet haha. Still have a 500ml of passionfruit/raspberry berliner for you!
     
  13. SecretSquirrel

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    we can work it out when I am getting stuff to go in together...
     
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  14. jwazzy

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    Staff was run ragged. Not too bad for the customer. They did a very good job handling the crown.
     
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  15. sleepydave

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    From FB:
    After much discussion, we’ve decided to start our regular days and hours at
    Thursday, 3pm-6pm
    Friday, 3pm-6pm
    Saturdays, 12pm-5pm

    for now.
    We are working on improving the experience as much as we can. (it may take a few weeks until we can implement and test a few solutions we are working on)

    On tap for tasters ($1.50/4oz, one per style per person) and 750ml growler fills ($3 for empty glass* + fill price)

    -Arose - 4.8%abv - Our interpretation of a dryhopped House Pale Ale or Table beer. Brewed with 2 row, Munich, CTZ, Cascade, and Equinox. $7/750ml fill
    -Auroral - 4.0%abv -
    Our interpretation of a Berlinerweisse (read: tart). Brewed with acidulated malts, blood oranges, and lychee fruit. $9/750ml fill
    -Agricultural - 6.3%abv -
    Our interpretation of a dryhopped Wheat IPA. Brewed with Golden Promise, red wheat, Amarillo, and Huell Melon. $9/750ml fill
    -Renascence - 8.1%abv -
    Our interpretation of a multigrain Porter. Brewed with multiple wheats, rye, and peat smoked malts $9/750ml fill

    We will also have men’s and women’s American Apparel t-shirts for sale in several colors and two styles for $20 ea.
    Along with three styles of glassware (stemmed taster $4, long stem wine $7, 16oz short stem $7)

    *At this time we will only be filling Deciduous 750ml growlers. We truly apologize for any inconvenience. The purchase price of the empty growler is not a deposit. The growler is yours to maintain and clean. If rinsed properly soon after drinking, we will happily refill and waive the $3 growler cost. If not cleaned or has odor, we will not refill that growler.

    As always, a tremendous thank you to you all in advance for bearing with us as we find our rhythm! Hope to see you folks soon!

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    Last edited: Aug 17, 2015
  16. rwitter

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    Man you lost me at Peat smoked malts.
     
  17. SecretSquirrel

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    having had it it's not that smoked... adds nicely to the roastyness...
     
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  18. sleepydave

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    1.7% of total grist. But if it's not your thing, it's not your thing.
     
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  19. rwitter

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    Peat malt just always taste like bandaids to me. Though HotD Adam is a top 5 beer for me so IDK
     
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  20. Gosox8787

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    Checked out the tasting room with my girlfriend this afternoon. All four tasters were great. I particularly enjoyed the porter. Left with 2 growlers.

    Great job sleepydave, the inside looks great too. Will be back soon.