We're in love with a rare brew from Belgium's legendary farmhouse brewery, Brasserie Dupont. It's called Avril and at 3.5% ABV it's significantly lower in alcohol than domestic light beers. Oh, and it tastes better.If I could, I would be there...but I'm packing for my trip to the Kentucky Bourbon Festival tomorrow and writing a story that's due...er...yesterday. So go drink my share.
We're taking Avril off the menu for the colder months, but we're sending it off with a super low price tonight only, at both Tria locations. Help us kick the kegs starting at noon at Tria Rittenhouse and 4 pm at Tria Wash West - while supplies last.
Wednesday, September 16, 2009
Avril 'blowout' tonight at Tria in Philly
Just got this tip from the folks at Tria Cafe, about one of my favorite session beers, Avril. Get down there and help drink it up!
Posted by Lew Bryson at 10:03 AM
Labels: Avril, session beer events
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That is a terrific beer. In Belgium I'm lucky enough to buy it by the case. I like to combine two 25 cL bottles into a half-liter glass to encourage proper quaffing.ReplyDelete