Port Brewing & Lost Abbey Night at BrewDog Aberdeen

San Diego hits Scotland - 3rd March

Port Brewing & Lost Abbey Night at BrewDog Aberdeen

The brewing legend that is Tomme Arthur, Part-Owner & BrewMaster for Lost Abbey & Port Brewing will be hosting a his first ever European tasting at BrewDog Aberdeen on Thursday 3rd March from 7pm.

We will have 10 (yes 10) mind blowing beers beers from Lost Abbey & Port on tap, as well as a great bottle line up. Mike Rodriguez who is the Head Brewer will also be at the event to hang out and discuss their beers.

These guys won best brewery (on the planet!) at the 2008 world beer cup andf Tomme also won the award of being the world's best brewer. It is a true honour and privilage for us to have them over in Aberdeen.

This is a once in a lifetime chance to taste beers that are almost impossible to get and to meet the people behind them.

Learn more about Lost Abbey beers here http://www.lostabbey.com/

Established in 2006, The Lost Abbey has become famous for its line of rare, deep and flavorful beers that food and drink experts compare more closely to wine than mass-market brews. Issued under the Lost Abbey label, these beers are brewed with ingredients such as raisins, sour cherries, black pepper and grains of paradise, and often aged in oak, wine, brandy and bourbon barrels for as long as 18 months. The brews have been featured in numerous publications including The Wall Street Journal, Food & Wine, Maxim, and Playboy, as well as dozens of newspapers and industry periodicals.

And Port Brewing beers here http://www.portbrewing.com/ 

About Port Brewing / Lost Abbey
Founded in 2006, Port Brewing Company produces a line of multi-award-winning American ales as well as the groundbreaking Lost Abbey family of Belgian-inspired beers. Craft brewed under the direction of co-founder and three-time Great American Beer Festival brewer of the year and 2008 World Champion brewer, Tomme Arthur, four beers are issued under the Lost Abbey label year-round: Avant Garde, Lost and Found, Red Barn and Judgment Day. Additionally, a number of seasonal and specialty releases including Ten Commandments, Cuvee de Tomme and the Angel’s Share, are offered at various times throughout the year. As many of these are blended and aged for up to 18 months in French Oak, Brandy and Bourbon barrels, Lost Abbey beers are universally recognized for their complexity, unique flavors, and bold, boundary-pushing styles.

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Comments (7)

Fraser 2nd March, 2011 3:34pm
I'm going to have to move to Aberdeen ! Would be there in a flash if I didn't 'have' to go to Sint Niklaas this weekend
BrewDog James 2nd March, 2011 1:13pm
Sure is.
JoeG 2nd March, 2011 12:21pm
So is this just a turn up at the door kind of affair?
Alex MacLachlan 1st March, 2011 6:30pm
Scotland/UK: I tried them all friday night in San Diego. They're going to blow your minds (and brain cells). Caution: drink smaller amounts to remain upright
Edwin Hemsley 1st March, 2011 3:48pm
The scene looks more like a cut from the Deadliest Catch or Mechanics Garage!
Punk 1 1st March, 2011 3:43pm
Sounds amazing. Cant waitThere will, quite literally, be erections everywhere.
Spooner 27th February, 2011 8:45am
Will any of these be joining the already great selection in the guest beer part of the shop?