Updated 10-13-12

Home Brew Bottled
Russian Imperial Stout
Framboise Lambic
Common Perry

On Draught

Belgian Tripel


On Deck to Brew


In the Cellar
Allagash Confluence
Allagash Odyssey
Big Sky Old Bluehair Barley Wine
Brooklyn Brewery Black Ops 2009
Brouwerij de Molen Rasputin Russian Imperial Stout (#421/524)
De Dolle Brouwers Special Oerbeir Reserva 2008
Deschutes Abyss 2009
Dogfish Head Olde School Barleywine
Flat Earth Winter Warlock
J.W. Lees Harvest Ale 1999 – 2007
J.W. Lees Harvest Ale 2005 (Calvados Cask)
J.W. Lees Harvest Ale 2006 (Sherry Cask)
J.W. Lees Harvest Ale 2006 (Port Cask)
J.W. Lees Harvest Ale 2007 (Lagavulin Whisky Cask)
J.W. Lees Harvest Ale 2007 (Calvados Cask)
Sierra Nevada Bigfoot Barleywine 2009
Surly Darkness 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011
Surly Five
Surly Four
Surly Smoke 2010, 2011
Three Floyds Behemoth Barleywine 2009
Three Floyds Dark Lord 2009, 2010, 2011
Trappist Westvleteren 8
Trappist Westvleteren 12
Trappist Westvleteren Blonde
Victory Old Horizontal Barleywine


12 Responses to “What’s On Tap?”

  1. Aaron Says:

    Have you tasted Raisen D’Etre? It’s an interesting one. Not sure I’d like to have an entire keg of the stuff, but it’s damn unique.

  2. amm002 Says:

    No, I haven’t. But it looked interesting to make, and I have a recipe straight out of Sam Calagione’s Extreme Brewing book. I tend to like plummy beers, like some stronger Belgians (Chimay Blue for example).

  3. Aaron Says:

    Yeah, it’s kinda like a dubbel/stout mix. Very interesting.

  4. amm002 Says:

    I also have a recipe for the 60 Minute from that same book, my friend is coming over Sunday and we’re gonna give it a shot.

  5. Aaron Goldfarb Says:

    My god you are stocked right now. I thought I had an issue, but you are destroying me in stock. Then again, I live in something as big as a dressing room.

  6. amm002 Says:

    The sick thing is I have 15 more gallons of homebrew besides the commercial stuff.

  7. Dave Says:

    I need to put my stock on my page, it’s pretty damn huge.

  8. amm002 Says:

    As much as most “normal” people would look at this list and think I have an excessive amount of beer, compared to many beer geeks I think my stock is actually pretty small. But I intend to grow it slowly over time with good high gravity stuff.

  9. forbiddendonut Says:

    When I first started cellaring beer, it was tough to keep good beers around for very long. Now between homebrewing, having friends that live in good beer cities, and working so close to Four Firkins, it’s tough to find places to store it all.

  10. amm002 Says:

    I’m with you, forbiddendonut. Fortunately, I have a basement utility room that doubles as my beer cellar. Only problem is, the more space my beer takes up, the more difficult it becomes to store my homebrew equipment!

  11. Keith Says:

    Do you have any interest in the Lazy Magnolia products? They have a Southern Pecan and Indian Summer.

    Also have access to Abita Beers: Amber, Purple Haze, etc.

  12. nostawetan Says:


    I’ve some Raison d’etre and some Raison d’extra both. What do you have? We may be able to make a trade if you want.


    I’m in the same boat you are in. I think I have about 200 beers cellaring now, but it is a lot easier since I’m a home brewer. And storage is definitely and issue. I’ve actually been able to con my parents into letting me keep a beer fridge at their house. 389 square feet is not conducive to storage space.

    P.S. I’m not trying to pimp out our site Captain, but I think that Nate is putting up a beer trading forum and we just posted 5 guest posts on trading beer. Check it out if you want

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