Tuesday, December 10, 2013

A Firkin For Friday at O’Marro’s Public House

This cask-conditioned ale thing is started to gain some ground in Oshkosh. It’s about time. Another barrel comes rolling in to Oshkosh this Friday (Dec 13) at O’Marro’s Public House where Shawn is going to drive the spile into a cask of Abita Oak-Aged Pecan Harvest Ale (5.2% ABV). This beer starts as a classic, English Brown Ale that gets a brewhouse addition of toasted Louisiana pecans followed by a period of aging in oak barrels. The cask gets tapped at 6 p.m. You might want to get there on time because it’s a fun thing to witness. Here’s more about Abita’s Firkin program and here’s the Facebook page for the event.

On another O’Marro’s note; this past Sunday (Dec. 8) the first Brew Session at O’Marro’s took place. The session sold out with the crew brewing a Pilsner. The next Brew Session will be an IPA taking place Sunday, December 15. Last I heard there were two spots still open. If you want in, call call Shawn or Kyle at 410-7735. And here’s the Facebook event page for that one.

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