February 13, 2010
What to expect: More than 100 beers - primarily strong ales - from over 50 breweries (including Three Floyds, Flatlander's, Bell's, Portland Brewing, Dogfish Head, Capitol and many more) will be available for tasting at Delilah's. Some, like the King & Barnes Christmas Ale from 1998, were brewed over a decade ago.
Why to go: If you're a beer geek, you can't help but get excited about the J.W. Lee's Harvest Ale, aged in used Lagavulin Scotch barrels. There will also be 10 vintages of Sierra Nevada's Bigfoot Barley Wine, plus Anchor Old Foghorn, Avery Hog Heaven, Thomas Hardy's Ale, Harvey's Elizabethan, Skull Splitter, Portland Brewing Adam Barley Wine, Dogfish Head Immort Ale, Lucifer, Trois Pistoles & La Fin Du Monde from Unibroue, Malheur Millennium, Capitol Blonde Dopplebock, Two Brothers Bear Tree Weiss Wine, Maredsous Triple, EKU 28, and the French Belzebuth, Rogue Ale's Old Crusty and Young's Old Nick...