Donating Beer

Well, I can’t sell my beer. That’s ok though. I can still donate it.

I decided to donate a mixed 12 pack of beer to WCC’s Hoolaulea last month. Seeing as how I didn’t want to have Gordon Biersch labels all over my beer publicly, I whipped up some names and descriptions, threw them on some labels, and taped them all to bottles and a box. What I donated was 6 bottles of my toasty dark stout and a honey Oktoberfest style beer. They were both delicious beers and were very well received. I’m very excited to have been able to donate these.

Short and Stout
Short & Stout exceeds expectations. At 8% Roast Barley and 8% Chocolate Malt, there is a distinct roastiness that is beautifully balanced by a chocolatey smoothness.

Fallen Nectar
Only beer conforming to the Reinheitsgebot, and brewed within the city limits of Munich, can be served at the Munich Oktoberfest. Fortunately or unfortunately for you, you are not there. You are here. And that means you are enjoying this amazing Fallen Nectar which does not conform to Reinheitsgebot, nor was brewed within the city limits of Munich, yet is delicious all the same. Fallen Nectar is made with 5 lbs of clover honey, 7 lbs of malted barley, and 2 ounces of the finest hops. What this gives you is a flavor so full and rich, it must be good for you.* Enjoy.


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