Holly shit is all I can say for my visit to Smith’s Billiards for their Stone triple threat night on Thursday that started at 6pm, along with bike night and free concert at Stearns Square, there were motorcycles packed in for a good two block radius. Smith’s was almost packed but I found some room and ordered a four sampler of the three Stone brews along with a had to try stout by Ballast Point called Sea Monster, all for of my 4oz samples were excellent and Josh that bartends this night would give me a 4oz sample of the Bruery sour stout called Tart of Darkness which was the most sour and tart brew I have had so far. I would finish up the evening there with a pint of Founders Red’s Rye PA and check out the concert and motorcycles on my way home.
Enjoy by 9.13.13 pours golden with good head and sliding lacing. Nose of citrus and floral aromas. Taste is hop mouth bite and bitterness. 4oz sample at Smith’s Billiards on 9/5/13 9.4%.
R&R Coconut IPA pours golden with good head and loads of sticky lacing. Nose of coconut and floral aromas. Taste is all coconut with nice easy bitter mouth. 4oz sample at 7.7% at Smith’s Billiards on 9/5/13.
17th Anniversary Gotterdammerung pours golden with good head and sliding lacing. Nose is malt with pine/floral note to it. Taste is bitter with a malt back bone to it with nice after bite. 9.5% 4oz sample at Smith’s Billiards on 9/5/13.
Sea Monster pours black with good head and sliding lacing. Nose of sweet rich dark malt. Taste is big on equallyroasted malt with deep chocolate/espresso flavors along with a hint of alcohol. very good at 10% 4oz sample at Smith’s Billiards on 9/5/13.
Red’s Rye P.A. pours red with good head and loads of sticky lacing. Nose of a slight sweet malt note. Taste is full of malt flavor along with a big hop bitterness mouth to it. 6.6% served in pint glass at Smith’s Billiards on 9/5/13.