Friday, April 21, 2017

We’re All Grateful to Samuel Smith

6 p.m. 'til 8 p.m.
All ages welcome | 21+ to drink

About We’re All Grateful to Samuel Smith

It's time for the Samuel Smith Salute and to celebrate, we're throwing a party. Toast the Samuel Smith Brewery with current and former McMenamins Brewers. We'll be offering two taster Trays featuring beers from Samuel Smith, McMenamins, Ecliptic BrewingBurnside Brewing Co, and a collaboration between 54-40 Brewing Co and Grains of Wrath. We will be offering cask pints of our Sleepy Hollow Nut Brown, we will be tapping a keg of Barrel Aged Nut Brown, Crystal BallroomBrewer Drew Phillips will be releasing his Chocolate Cherry Stout. Samuel Smith, this one's for you!

About Samuel Smith brews at the Old Brewery, Tadcaster - Yorkshire's oldest brewery:
The Old Brewery at Tadcaster was founded in 1758 and is Yorkshire's oldest brewery. Samuel Smith is one of the few remaining independent breweries in England, and further is the last to utilize the classic Yorkshire Square system of fermentation solely in stone squares.

The rich Samuel Smith strain of yeast at The Old Brewery dates from the early 1900s. Hops are hand-weighed by the master hop blender, and the brewing water is drawn from the original well, sunk over 250 years ago.

First introduced to the U.S. market in 1978 by Merchant du Vin, Samuel Smith beers quickly became the benchmark ales for the emerging craft beer movement. To this day, they remain among the most awarded.

Samuel Smith beers and cider are vegan products, registered with The Vegan Society, as seen here. (Stingo is aged in wooden vessels that previously held fined beer, so it's not registered vegan.)

Beers from Samuel Smith's Old Brewery have delighted consumers and inspired other brewers for over 250 years. Some of the traditions of this fiercely independent Yorkshire brewery can be seen in the video below: delivery by horse-drawn dray wagons; barrels made by the brewery cooper; and open-topped Yorkshire Square fermenters made of slate. Taste this heritage in every sip of delicious Samuel Smith's cider or beer.

Website:
http://www.merchantduvin.com/brew-samuel-smith.php