Brews News: Free 36-Beer Tasting at Sigels, Hairy Eyeball at Meddlesome Moth

Before we get swept away by a twister, I wanted to let you know about some additions to our weekly Brews News updates:

Sigel’s Craft Beer Festival at the Greenville location on May 18 from 6 to 8 pm. Reps from 19 craft brewers will be on hand handing out samples of 36 craft beers. While you sip, keep an eye out for special guest, Michael Lalli, brewmaster at Choc Beer Co.

Just call Sigel’s at 214-739-4012 to RSVP and reserve your Craft Beer Festival Passport. This will get you tasters of 20 of the 36 Craft brews available. As you sample each beer, the rep will stamp your passport. When you have finished tasting, have your passport validated then turn it in to be entered in a prize drawing.

Oh yeah, and it’s free.

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Here’s what they’re pouring: Choc Belgian Ale, Choc Spring IPA, Abita Jockmo IPA, Abita Purple Haze, Ace Joker Hard Cider, Ace Pear Cider, Big Sky IPA, Big Sky Trout Slayer, Boulevard Amber Ale, Boulevard Dark Truth, Breckenridge Lucky You IPA, Breckenridge Vanilla Porter, Brooklyn Local #1, Brooklyn Summer Ale, Butte Creek Organic Pilsner, Gordon Biersch Hefeweizen, Gordon Biersch Marzen, Great Divide Chocolate Yeti Imp Stout, Great Divide Titan IPA, Harpoon Summer Beer, Harpoon UFO White Hefeweizen, Left Hand Polestar Pilsner, Left Hand Sawtooth Ale, Mendocino Eye of the Hawk, New Belgium Ranger IPA, New Belgium Somersault, Rahr Summer, Rahr Ugly Pug, Sam Adams Latitude 48, Sam Adams Summer Ale, Shock Top, Shock Top Raspberry, St Arnold Brown Ale, St Arnold Lawnmower, Unibroue la Fin du Monde, and Unibroue Tres Pistoles

Meanwhile, over at Meddlesome Moth, this Friday the 13th at 5 pm, Jeff Hamm, brewer from Southern Star, will be on hand to tap a cask of Bombshell Blonde infused with Jasmine Tea. 5pm

And next Wednesday, the 18th, show up after work for the tapping of a cask of Lagunitas Hairy Eyeball. True to Lagunitas style, this American Strong Ale has wonderful bready, caramel malt that gives way a moderate hop bitterness of pine and spice flavors as well a balanced alcohol warmth. 9% ABV