What 5 beer would you bring to a deserted island?

16 Jul
Wish you were at the beach…
…so do we!
Therefore, I’ve asked some of my fellow workers, former and current, to decide what 5 cases of beer would join them on a deserted island. Hopefully, their choices will help you find a new favorite from the Brickskeller’s selection, another DC Beer Bar, or your local beer bar. Maybe for a moment you can forget the insufferable weather of Summer in Washington, DC.
Every Friday I’ll post a new set of brews from one of my peeps and feel free to let us know what you would bring with you on a deserted island!! I’ll the start the series off with my picks…

Anderson Valley Boont Amber
  • Brought to us from California, this amber combines a bit of sweetness and grassy hop flavor with an aroma of caramel for your nose.

Duchesse de Bourgogne

Photo Credit: biskuit CC

A flanders red ale from Belgium. This mix of aged and new beer creates a taste that is sweet and sour at the same time (stay away if you’re not a fan of vinegary flavors).

Lagunitas Pale Ale

Photo Credit: Lagunitas

  • Brought to us from those crazy guys from Cali; a pale ale with a refreshing taste of grapefruit hops blended with a small hint of brown sugar.
St Bernardus Prior 8
  • A Belgian dubbel with a nice sweet, caramel maltiness and a hint of dark and dried fruit flavors.
Victory Prima Pils
  • Based on a German style, this Pennsylvanian pilsner refreshes your taste buds with a slight spicy bitter hop and notes of citrus and pine.

    Photo Credit: Victory

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