Roundhouse Faithful! It has been too long. A lot has happened in the past month. A lot of new beers, a lot of live music, a lot more hours, and a lot of great people stopping by for a pint or two. Seriously, we have more beer then taps right now, and there is more delicious beer in the works. So if you haven’t gotten on this train, now is the time to come on by. In fact, mention this blog post and a get a pint of our most blushed about beer, Cinder Dick IPA, for only 5 bucks! Better yet, don’t read this trashy blog post and come straight to the brewery and have any one of our pints for 5 bucks.
Keep on Chugg’n . . . responsibly!
“Hey, after we finish this smoke lets pull over and shoot up some EPO” – TDF Rider 1 “Can’t, hasn’t been invented yet. Let’s have a Radler instead.” – TDF Rider 2 You might be wondering why we tied up one of our valuable tap handles with Lemonade. It is so we can add one part lemonade to two parts Boom Lake Lager to make a RADLER. Radler is short for “Radlermass” or in English, “Cyclist Liter”. I would write more about the history of this concoction, but I don’t want to. Hop on your bike, pedal on down to Roundhouse, and try one for yourself. Technically speaking this is not a photo of our new intern Emily. But I bet that this is the face she makes when she reads this blog post. Emily is with us for three months and will be handling events and promotions. She is responsible for the concise, timely, and informative Facebook posts as of lately. In stark contrast to the random gibberish that I post, if I post anything at all. Welcome aboard Emily! Some of you maybe wondering how Roundhouse president Mark makes all the tough decisions involved with running a brewery. He does it by consulting the Monks. I am not saying he is calling up the Trappist Monks that operate various breweries to get advice. Instead he actually tries to follow in the footsteps of 8th century Benedictine Monks that saved Europe from death by diarrhea. The dude is always telling us what the monks would do. For example, the other day I overheard Mark say: “The Monks wouldn’t have even let Scott touch a computer, let alone write a blog for the brewery”. Last of all Chuck is back out in the desert cooking up some new test batches. Last I heard he was looking for some peyote. I am no brewer, but I bet that it is a hard to get hops that will blow your mind.