Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Deep Ellum Brewing Co Tasting featuring Brewmaster Drew Huerter - Dallas, Texas

Wednesday, October 3, 2012 from 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Dallas, Texas

Sigel's Elite
3209 N Fitzhugh
Dallas, Texas 75204

Deep Ellum Brewing Company
Tasting & Bottle Signing featuring
Brewmaster Drew Huerter

Sigel's-Elite (3209 N Fitzhugh)
Wednesday, October 3rd    5-7pm

Until last week the great craft brews from Deep Ellum Brewing Company were only available on tap at local restaurants. But Deep Ellum Brewmaster Drew Huerter has finally gotten his bottling line up and running and now you can enjoy their fabulous craft brews in the comfort of your own home with their premiere bottling of Farmhouse Wit & Rye Pils.

Join us at Sigel's-Elite ( 3209 N Fitzhugh) on Wednesday, October 3rd from 5 to 7pm as Deep Ellum Brewmaster Drew Huerter leads us through a tasting of his newly bottled releases of Farmhouse Wit and Rye Pils. (With any luck there may be another surprise new bottling to taste as well!) For more information about this free tasting please contact Tommy Clarke at store04@sigels.com or 214/635-3162.

"Rye Pils: Sometimes things just click, like they did in modern day Czech Republic in 1842. Pilsner was born of a singular moment of perfection, bottled lightning. After years of bastardization and watering down, mostly perpetrated by earlier American brewers, the style has been taken back to its former glory by craft brewers world wide. We've decided to take it further and reinvent American-style Pilsner. Unfiltered, dry hopped, mashed with rye malt and brewed with American hops of noble Germanic descent, or the way it should have been done the first time." Drew Huerter

"Farmhouse Wit: Style is a dirty word in Belgium and as you may have guessed can be around our brewery, as well. Saisons, traditionally, are fermented to dry tartness and liberally hopped (for a Belgian style, anyway). Witbiers are slightly sweeter, usually spiced and always pretty light in color. Why compromise? Hoppy for a witbier, possibly? Offbeat for a saison, for sure? Our unique contribution: Triticale, a relatively modern hybrid of wheat and rye. Tradition gets the Deep Ellum treatment." Drew Huerter

For more information, click here to visit their website.

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