John's Beer Blog

Originally named the 30 beers of November blog the Better Beer blog is the new and improved version.

Originally inpsired by the documentary "Beer Wars" I set out to learn about the craft beer movement and blog about it here. These are the results.

Thursday, January 3, 2013

Russian River; Perdition, Biere De Sonoma



The second stop on our "Northern California Better Beer Tour" brought us to Russian River Brewing where we attempted to have dinner.  (Note to all: do not try to go to Russian River Brewing for dinner on a holiday Friday night and expect to be able to eat within 90 Minutes.   It will not happen).  The place was packed solid.  A friendly patron was nice enough to share his table and some dining advice.  We sat down long enough to have a beer and talked with him about the local cuisine.


While I couldn't pass up the chance to have a Pliny the Elder at the source, my ever increasingly daring wife took a shot at the Perdition.  (Note* Pliny the Younger will be pouring mid-February.)  


The Stats:
Original Gravity:1.058
Alcohol by Volume:6.1%
Color:Reddish brown
Bitterness:Mild


Perdition is called a Biere De Sonoma in the tradition of the great  Biere de Garde’s of Belgium and is available as a pub draft only.  Perdition is usually available year round in limited distribution only in California.  

Additional Beers on Tap included:


O.V.L. Stout, Happy Hops, Row 2, Hill 56, Blind Pig, Janet’s Brown Ale, Pliny the Elder, Erudition, Supplication, Damnation, Temptation, Consecration and Mortification.
Russian River Brewing Company on Urbanspoon

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