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Derby City Espresso to add BEER!

Postby Matthew Landan » Wed Oct 31, 2007 1:19 pm

Yep it's true! We're adding beer to our already awesome line up of espresso, coffee and tea drinks!

Now for the first time you'll be able to have a double shot with a glass of your favorite malted beverage!

We're getting the party started right on Friday Night for the trolley hop!Decked Out: The art of skateboard decks with 86 artists participating and more than 100 skateboard decks on display begins at 6pm.
The band and former dictator PRESIDENTE will take the stage at 10pm!

We'll have the following beers on hand:

Old Style (cans) $1.5
Pabst Blue Ribbon $2
BBC APA $3
BBC Dark Star Porter $3
Sierra Nevada $3.25
Newcastle $3.25
Guinness $3.25
Franzikanner Hefeweitzen $3.5
Rouge Dead Guy $3.5
Stone IPA $3.5
Bell's Two Hearted Ale $3.5
Bell's Oberon $3.5
Sam Smith Nut Brown Ale $4.5
Sam Smith Winter Welcome $4.5
Unibroue Fin Du Monde $4.5
BBC Bourbon Barrel Stout $6
Delirium Tremens $6
Delirium Nocturne $6

Join us for some great coffee and beer and art and music!

In the future our list will grow and evolve. Look for upcomign special events in partnership with the BBC taproom!
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Postby Shawn Vest » Thu Nov 01, 2007 12:49 pm

hooray
now i can drink something besides water at the DCE

congrats matt

great selection and fair prices
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Postby Jeff Gillenwater » Thu Nov 01, 2007 1:31 pm

Matt,

Robby D. is a friend and all around good guy. Thanks for hosting the Decked Out art event.

As of Friday night, I can guarantee at least two new customers will be happily choosing between the coffee and beer selections.
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Re: Derby City Espresso to add BEER!

Postby Ethan Ray » Thu Nov 01, 2007 1:32 pm

Matthew Crow wrote:Yep it's true! We're adding beer to our already awesome line up of espresso, coffee and tea drinks!

Now for the first time you'll be able to have a double shot with a glass of your favorite malted beverage!

We're getting the party started right on Friday Night for the trolley hop!Decked Out: The art of skateboard decks with 86 artists participating and more than 100 skateboard decks on display begins at 6pm.
The band and former dictator PRESIDENTE will take the stage at 10pm!

We'll have the following beers on hand:

Old Style (cans) $1.5
Pabst Blue Ribbon $2
BBC APA $3
BBC Dark Star Porter $3
Sierra Nevada $3.25
Newcastle $3.25
Guinness $3.25
Franzikanner Hefeweitzen $3.5
Rouge Dead Guy $3.5
Stone IPA $3.5
Bell's Two Hearted Ale $3.5
Bell's Oberon $3.5
Sam Smith Nut Brown Ale $4.5
Sam Smith Winter Welcome $4.5
Unibroue Fin Du Monde $4.5
BBC Bourbon Barrel Stout $6
Delirium Tremens $6
Delirium Nocturne $6

Join us for some great coffee and beer and art and music!

In the future our list will grow and evolve. Look for upcomign special events in partnership with the BBC taproom!



it's beautiful to see a beer list that doesn't include a copious amount of macros.
though not anything to write home about; PBR and Old Style are at least better choices that bud, coors, miller, or anything with the words 'lite' or 'light'

i might add that that's a hell of a nice price on the Delirium brews.


touche!
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Postby Roger A. Baylor » Thu Nov 01, 2007 1:40 pm

Me thinks that Old Style remains a quasi-official "Beer of Chicago," right?
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Postby Ethan Ray » Thu Nov 01, 2007 1:55 pm

Roger A. Baylor wrote:Me thinks that Old Style remains a quasi-official "Beer of Chicago," right?


official beer of the Chicago Cubs, last time i checked.
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Postby Matthew Landan » Thu Nov 01, 2007 2:41 pm

Old Style is still proudly served in the friendly confines but never in October.
Since I'm a northsider I thought it's only natural.

We have to have something for the folks in between paychecks who still want a few drinks on that $5 or $10.
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Since I came down from Oregon, there's a lesson or two I've learned
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Yes, it's me, I'm the Pride of Cucamonga, I can see golden forests in the sun.
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Postby Matthew Landan » Thu Nov 01, 2007 5:41 pm

Happy to annaounce the second round of beers we will be carrying, expect these to make their first apperance late next week:


New Holland Mad Hatter IPA
New Holland Poet Oatmeal Stout
Schlafly Christmas Ale
Schlafly #15 anniversary ale
Lindemans Framboise
Stone Arrogant Bastard
Bell's Java Stout
Duvel
Anchor Steam
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Haymarket
331 E. Market St.

Since I came down from Oregon, there's a lesson or two I've learned
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Yes, it's me, I'm the Pride of Cucamonga, I can see golden forests in the sun.
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Postby Todd Antz » Thu Nov 01, 2007 7:44 pm

Ethan Ray wrote:
Roger A. Baylor wrote:Me thinks that Old Style remains a quasi-official "Beer of Chicago," right?


official beer of the Chicago Cubs, last time i checked.



Maybe the Cubs should find out if Old Style is the reason for the curse, and not that goat?
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Postby Roger A. Baylor » Fri Nov 02, 2007 12:18 am

Goats are bock beer. I'd rather drink bock beer than Old Style. Then again, I'm an A's fan, and our mascot is an elephant.
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Postby Shawn Vest » Tue Nov 06, 2007 5:39 pm

so Roger does that mean you're drinking
Delirium or Carlsberg Elephant lager



again great selection matt
i'd swap out the mad hatter for another ipa
and maybe bring in the anchor christmas for the schafly

but thats just me (and i haven't even ordered any holiday beer)

where's the coffee stouts??????????????????????? :?: :twisted:
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Postby Roger A. Baylor » Tue Nov 06, 2007 5:57 pm

I'll take Delirium, thanks.
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Postby Todd Antz » Tue Nov 06, 2007 10:55 pm

Shawn Vest wrote:so Roger does that mean you're drinking
Delirium or Carlsberg Elephant lager



again great selection matt
i'd swap out the mad hatter for another ipa
and maybe bring in the anchor christmas for the schafly

but thats just me (and i haven't even ordered any holiday beer)

where's the coffee stouts??????????????????????? :?: :twisted:


Strange, Mad Hatter is one of my best selling IPA's...
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Postby Matthew Landan » Wed Nov 07, 2007 9:01 am

Yeah I think Mad Hatter tastes great (better than Schafley's dry-hopped IPA or Goose Islands IPA) and has awesome packaging and name!

Here is our revised second batch list:

Duvel
Arrogant Bastard
Stone IPA
Lindeman's Framboise
Schlafly #15
Bell's Java Stout
Poet Oatmeal Stout
Mad Hatter IPA
Anchor Steam

these beers will be on hand next week and take our list to 26 varieties.
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Haymarket
331 E. Market St.

Since I came down from Oregon, there's a lesson or two I've learned
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Yes, it's me, I'm the Pride of Cucamonga, I can see golden forests in the sun.
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congrats!

Postby brian s » Sat Nov 10, 2007 3:00 pm

Congrats, I'll have to come by soon,
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