Join the Germania Bier Kameraden this Friday for fun, food, music and an introduction to some great new beers from Outerbelt Brewing out of Carroll, Ohio.
The Germania doors open to members and their guests at 5:00pm. From 5pm until 7:30pm, you can fill out this month’s beer quiz for a chance at prizes, vote on which is the best Maibock, sample some of the great beers we have on tap or in cans, grab a Nuremburger sausage sandwich or Bratwurst. The dessert from Chef Linda will be Key Lime and Raspberry Cheesecake Bars, Yum!!
You can socialize at your own table inside or outside. Music will be Brady Bohl from 5:30pm to 7:30pm and Aaron Dussing from 7:30pm to 10:30pm.
Featured Outerbelt Brewing Beers:
Beer Flights of 6 beers $10.00
Blood Orange Golden Ale - 5.0 ABV
Perfect for the warm summer weather, this crisp and easy drinking Golden Ale is packed with fruity and zesty blood orange bite!
Glasstown Lager - 5.2 ABV
Light and crisp lager that is brewed 100% American Plisner Malt and is inspired by the history of glass making in Fairfield County. A local lager that reminds us why we fell in love with beer in the first place.
Kings to You Hefe - 5.8 ABV
Outerbelt's German style wheat beer. Smooth, fruity ale with hints of banana, bubblegum and clove. Melinda Green review is that the beer's aroma reminds her of Circus Peanuts when you open the can and first smell the beer.
Aestivation Maibock - 6.9 ABV
Outerbelt's love for traditional German beer and a strong yearning for the weather has brought them to Aestivation. A perfect pairing for the transition to warmer weather. This Maibock is a festive and crisp beer that packs a gentle, but firm hoppy punch. Grab a glass, kick back and watch the flowers bloom in the Biergarten.
Gas Money Lime Gose - 5.2 ABV
Outerbelt's German style kettle-soured Gose, brewed with bamboo salt and lime zest for a tart first impression and a citrusy and refreshing finish.
Gravel Donuts New England IPA - 6.9 ABV
Outerbelt's NE IPA offers juicy flavors including pineapple, citrus and blueberry. All the hops that make it a New England style IPA, but none of that IPA bite.