#realale – PorchDrinking.com
Discussing cask ale on a recent episode of Beer Sessions Radio, Greg Engert, beer director and managing partner of the Neighborhood Restaurant Group, said “this is an experience you cannot replicate at home.” Indeed. A critical component of cask ale is how it is handled and served, best done by an experienced professional at the pub. With venues closed, this poses an obvious challenge for brewers and consumers of this niche style of beer. However, a few breweries are now embracing bag-in-box (BiB) beer to get real ale in the hands of their customers.
Date: Saturday, March 4
Location: Garden Room, 697 Denver Ave. #100, Loveland
Time: 3:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Tickets: $30 Advanced Purchase, $35 Day of
What exactly is a Real Ale? Sure it may feel like some sort of marketing speak to promote …
This past Saturday night, the Pittsburgh Real Ale Festival took place at Highmark Stadium. It was a great night to enjoy real ales in the great city of Pittsburgh. The weather was calm and cool and, with the city across the river from Highmark Stadium, it was a setting that made for a great night of drinking.
If you happen to be in the Pittsburgh area this weekend, Piper’s Pub is hosting the Pittsburgh Real Ale Festival.
When: Saturday, October 3rd, 2015 from 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm Where: Highmark Stadium: 510 W Station Square Dr, Pittsburgh, PA …