Evan Pugh Vanilla Porter Official Release

EVAN PUGH VANILLA PORTER
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College Professor, first President of Penn State, curator of an entirely Epic Beard.  You guessed it! We’re talking about Oxford’s own Evan Pugh!
We celebrate our tenuous connection to fame with Evan Pugh Vanilla Porter. Rich and fragrant due to a generous addition of Madagascar Vanilla.  The malty, nutty sweetness of this porter is beautifully balanced against dark, heavily roasted barley and a gentle touch of Old World English and German hops.
Strap on your chin strap (beard that is), and knock back a few EPVPs in honor of Oxford’s “Original Hipster”.  At just 5% ABV, you don’t have to worry about getting a little too fuzzy while you get your history on.
Bitterness (IBUs): 21
Color (SRM): 24
Est. Alcohol (ABV):5.0
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BTB Rochambeau Rouge Red Ale on Tap at Sovana Bistro this weekend!

Located in beautiful Chester County, PA, Sovana Bistro has evolved into a highly regarded dining destination as well as a staple in the community.  Their food merges European style cuisine with modern American flavors while drawing the attention to some of the great local resources, like Bog Turtle Brewery’s Rochambeau Rouge Red Ale!

Our Rochambeau Rouge Red Ale has caramel, malty, toasty  flavors that will pair extremely well with wood fired pizzas, crispy pork cutlets, or grilled New York strip steak!

Located just off the corner of Rts 926 and 82 just down the street from Unionville High School, Sovana Bistro is sure to please every member of the family; especially beer lovers!

SOVANA BISTRO
696 UNIONVILLE ROAD
KENNETT SQUARE, PA 19348
(610) 444-5600

http://www.sovanabistro.com

Please feel free to make reservations:

http://www.opentable.com/sovana-bistro

 

NEW 529 IPA Release Party!

“This is the big one, Elizabeth!”  – Fred Sanford

 Come join us on Saturday, September 24th at Bog Turtle Brewery (14 s. 3rd Street, Suite 1, Oxford PA 19363) from 11 am to 3 pm for the release of our newest beer: 529 IPA

We packed our mash tun to the tippy -top to make this beautiful IPA. There is 50% more grain in each batch than we put in our Devils’s 9Ball Pale Ale!  And hops?!? Twice as many hop additions (Magnum, Amarillo and Simcoe) starting earlier in the boil.  And yes, we then dry hop it in the fermenters! MORE HOPS!!

What do you get from all of this wizardry?  A magnificent IPA with a beautiful hop nose and just the right amount of hop zing to let you know you are drinking a true BIG IPA.

So, we have said its big. How big is it? Our 529 IPA rings in at 7.5% ABV!

This is the BIGGEST beer we have made to date and we broke the bank to make it. And by bank, we mean we raided our kids college funds.  You see, in Pennsylvania you can put money aside for your children’s educations and any interest earned on the account is tax free! (http://www.pa529.com/) Most of our kids are still young enough that they won’t miss the money for a while but we felt we needed the money now to make this beauty.  To be honest, we couldn’t wait to make it either.

There will be food from Elk Mt. BBQ; craft sales and artisans at Pickled Pickles and don’t forget the Oxford Apple Festival across the lot at Oxford Memorial Park!  Finish the evening up by heading over to the SHS Oktoberfest http://www.shsoktoberfest.com/ and try some great home-brews at the Homebrew contest sponsored by Bog Turtle Brewery!

Cruise Over To BTB This Friday Night!

Join us this Friday night, September 2nd, as we participate in Oxford’s First Friday Event: The Car Show!  This is the big one; hundreds of classic and custom cars, food trucks, product vendors and Bog Turtle Brewery Beer!

We will have our Rochambeau Rouge Red Ale, Cattail Honey Brown Ale, Two Stories Blonde Ale and our Devils  9Ball Pale Ale for your drinking pleasure.

We will be selling beer by the glass (12 oz. pours) for $3 on the parking lot side of our building from 4-8 pm on Friday night September 2,2016.

Stop by, take a rest and have a beer or two during your evening.  We hope to see all of you at some point on Friday night!

As usual, growler sales and fills will be available during the event.

The Devil’s 9Ball Pale Ale On Tap at The Whip Tavern this Weekend!

If you are cruising through Southern Chester County this weekend, out past Longwood Gardens, a little off of Rt 82, out in horse country; stop by The Whip Tavern for a cold Devil’s 9Ball Pale Ale!  The Whip is a “cozy and inviting English-style pub” with an excellent beer menu and fantastic food!

Don’t have any reservations about stopping in on a whim, and  try some traditional English dishes created from local, sustainable ingredients: Bangers and Mash, Scotch Eggs, Welsh Rarebit or Sticky Toffee Pudding.  And  be sure to enjoy a delicious Devil’s 9Ball Pale Ale with your meal!

The Whip Tavern
1383 North Chatham Road,
Coatesville, Pennsylvania 19320
610.383.0600

http://www.thewhiptavern.com

Sorry, they don’t take reservations.

 

NEW Boudreaux Saison Ale RELEASE and First Friday Event

Help Us Say Aloha to Our  Newest Beer:  BOUDREAUX SAISON ALE!!!
Come join us on First Friday August 5th at the Bog Turtle Brewery (14 S. 3rd Street , Oxford PA 19363) at 5pm. for the release of our latest beer:
Our Boudreaux Saison Ale is a sweet and Saazy ale, with three types of hops; created through a ballet of grains (including wheat and pilsner malt), mashing times and temperatures. Our Boudreaux Saison has a fruity rich start and this warm golden colored ale has a slight black pepper finish that is subtle but noticeable.
With a 6.2 ABV our Boudreaux Saison is a robust ale that is perfect for the summer season!
Swing on round to the back end of the brewery (with plenty of room by the parking lot) on Friday night between 5-8pm  for First Friday and the first release of our Boudreaux Saison Ale.  All of our other beers will be available too!
12 oz. pours of any of our beers are only $3!
Friday August 5, 2016 @ 5pm. Oxford PA, 19363

Boudreaux Saison Ale

     Deep down Louisiana close to New Orleans
     Way back up in the woods among the evergreens
     There stood a log cabin made of earth and wood
     Where lived a country boy named Johnny B. Goode
     Who never ever learned to read or write so well
     But he could play the guitar just like a ringing a bell…
 
All the locals knew the ‘B’ in Johnny B. Goode was for Boudreaux and as Johnny grew up to be a man he really enjoyed good jam-sessions and delicious Saisons!!
With a tip of our collective hats, we toast Johnny Boudreaux Goode with our NEW Saison.
 
As the latest addition to our beer line-up, our Boudreaux Saison Ale is a sweet and Saazy ale, with three types of hops; created through a ballet of grains (including wheat and pilsner malt), mashing times and temperatures. Our Boudreaux Saison has a fruity rich start and this warm golden colored ale has a slight black pepper finish that is subtle but noticeable.
With a 6.2 ABV our Boudreaux Saison is a robust ale that is perfect for the summer season!