Tuesday, November 22, 2005

ROOSTERS HOLIDAY SEASONAL


Steve Kirkland The brewmaster over at Roosters is putting a non-traditional spin on a traditional favorite. His Rosemary Porter is expected to hit the taps on Nov.29th. I don't recall trying it but it's descibed as roosters classic Porter recipe with Rosemary added at the end of boil as well as in the fermenter to give the roasty brew a subtle herbal quality. Sounds like a nice winter warmer. I think i'm going to have to make a trip up north to check this one out. Roosters is located on Historic 25th Street in Ogden and a have a new brewpub in Layton, Utah at 748 W. Heritage Park Blvd. Cheers!

3 comments:

Mark Alston said...

Mike,
That Rosemary Porter is awesome (as are most of Steve's beers). Drinking it with pork chops or tenderloin is phenomenal.

Gary Freedman said...

Rock on!

Ed Harrach said...

If you don't want to make the trip to Layton or Odgen, this brew is also on tap at Brewvies. And yeah, it's damned tasty ;)