Straight to Ale Tap Takeover Launch Party
Southern Born. Southern Brewed.
Straight To Ale brewery from Huntsville invades Mobile and we have the launch party at Alchemy Tavern. Our taps will be taken over by 5 Straight to Ale brews available in Mobile for the first time plus we will have a Firkin of Monkeynaut IPA dry hopped with Citra Hops.
We will also have Live Music, Live Fire, Live Art, and Live Beer.
Live Music by the South’s most Southern Souled Soloist, Jimmy Lee singing, beatboxing, playing drums, and singing one man band style.
Live Art by Ashelea Penquite. LODAs favorite artist does it all. Ashelea, has made a huge impact on the Downtown Landscape through her music, murals, hand painted signs, face painting, photography, jewelry....she does it all. You can check out some of her painting/collage/fusion pieces, jewelry, sculptures, and photograph at Lunatix & Co located at Dauphin and Springhill.
Live Fire by Pyrophilia, Mobile’s premier Pyro Performance Troupe. They will be out front dancing, spinning, eating and breathing fire.
Live Video by Tony West. Tony will be on hand to capture beautiful HD footage of the event. He is one of Mobile’s most talented producer/actor/directors. He has produced, acted, and directed many, many hilarious and professionally shot short films, commercials, live events, music videos....etc in and around Mobile for over a decade.
Live beer by Huntsville’s Straight to Ale. Check out the selection below.
Unobtanium English Style Ale
ABV 11.5% IBU 68
Unobtanium is a barrel-aged English-style Old Ale that ages for six months in a bourbon barrel, soaking up all sorts of amazing whiskey character as well as hints of oak and vanilla. The name was taken from an old aerospace/engineering term for a specific material or object (often imaginary, impossible or highly improbable to obtain) needed to complete any given project. And, before you ask, we did not take the name from the elusive metal in Avatar. James Cameron reportedly named the substance as an inside joke to his fellow techie/gear-heads. Our version is much tastier, though.
Lily Flagg Milk Stout
ABV 5.0% IBU 30
Lily Flagg Milk Stout is named for Huntsville’s most famous quadruped. A prize cow owned by local plantation owner Samuel B. Moore, Lily Flagg was honored as one of the world’s best butterfat producers in 1892 at an exposition in Chicago. This dark, rich beer contains tons of roasted malt goodness, hints of chocolate and coffee and a creamy mouth feel from the addition of milk sugars during the brewing process.
ABV 7.25% IBU 70
Albert. Able. Gordo. Miss Baker. Bonny. Goliath. Between 1948 and 1961 these primate pioneers and others bravely went where no man had ever gone before, paving the way for manned U.S. spaceflight. This hoppy little monkey of a beer is a tribute to those Simian heroes of yesteryear. It has a citrusy, floral hop aroma, a strong malt body and a crisp finish.
Brother Joseph’s Belgian Dubbel
ABV 8.0% IBU 20
Maimed in an accident that left him with a hunched back, Brother Joseph Zoettl worked in the St. Bernard Abbey power plant shoveling coal. In his spare time, Brother Joseph used found objects such as marbles and chunks of concrete and tile to build miniature shrines and buildings on the Abbey grounds. Over 40 years, he created 125 different models and replicas. Today, the Ave Maria Grotto covers three acres and is world-renowned as both a fun roadside attraction and an awe-inspiring collection of folk art. We have named our Belgian dubbel after Brother Joseph as a testament to his perseverance, his hard work, and his indomitable spirit. A full-flavored abbey-style ale with a complex taste and aroma, Brother Joseph’s Dubbel is filled with specialty malt and dark fruit character.
Light sweet aroma mild aroma. Sweet flavor very malty. Deep mahogany fruit in deep recesses of this beer. Nice body and malty ness. Thin head. - ratebeer.com
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