BFM Beer Dinner
We have a great opportunity on our hands. Jerome of BFM was one of the first to really push the boundaries of aging beer by using wine and spirit barrels and we have him all to ourselves for this intimate beer dinner (and how many of these will he really host in the new england area never mind america).
the beers we will be working with include:
*Cuvee Alex Le Rouge
(10.276% ABV) Labeled as a "Jurassian" Imperial Stout.
*Abbaye de Saint Bon Chien 2012
(approximately 11.0% ABV, except for the 2005 vintage, which clocked in at 15% ABV) A strong, dark, wine-like beer released annually. Barrel-aged with a complex, sour character. While the primary batch for each year is blended from different barrels, in recent years ’Grand Cru’ versions selected from individual barrels have also been made available o the US market.
*Zymatore Sqrt 225
(5% ABV) barrel aged saison
(10% ABV) Eisbock
(8% ABV) Belgian Strong Dark Ale
this list is subject to change depending on how Bunited Imports feels the beers in the bright tanks finish. a final list will be posted before the dinner.
The dinner will be a five course meal at $90 per head. Dinner will start promptly at 6pm on Thursday March 20th.
Seating is extremely limited, call now to reserve your spots! 401 861 1770
Menu posted shortly.
Unfamiliar with BFM, this is what the wiki has to say about em:
Brasserie des Franches-Montagnes, also known by the abbreviation BFM is a small artisanal brewery in Jura, Switzerland whose products, including barrel-aged beers, have drawn international acclaim. Founded in 1997 by Jérôme Rebetez, who had formerly been trained as an oenologist, this tiny brewery has rapidly become known for making beers that stretch traditional beer style guidelines and use unorthodox ingredients.
BFM’s products are made in small batches and hand-packaged at the brewery.
This brewery has been donned with many awards and much recognition
BFM’s "La Cuvée Alex le Rouge" took a silver medal at the 2007 Solothurner Biertage competition in the ’Swiss Extreme Beers’ category.
BFM’s "La Torpille" took a gold medal at the 2006 Solothurner Biertage competition in the ’High Fermentation’ category. The "Cuvée Du 7ème" received a bronze medal. In a controversial finish in which many critics believed "La Bana de Nostra" deserved to win.
BFM’s "La Mandragore" took a gold medal at the 2005 Solothurner Biertage competition in the ’High Fermentation’ category.
Brewer Jérôme Rebetez has been a featured speaker at the Montreal, Quebec Mondial de la Bière.Cost:
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