Well Shiver Me Timbers. Baron Brewing is Making Ale!

3 Skulls Black Bonney
3 Skulls Black Bonney - a fiercely sassy porter.

Baron Brewing makes German-style beer. Pilsner, Schwarzbier, Hefe-Weisse, Uber-Weisse and so on. Yep. That’s what they do. Baron = German. Until now.

“Ahrrrg! What’s that ye say, matie?”

The folks at Baron Brewing have recently launched a new line of beer –ales, actually– under the brand name 3 Skulls. Among the first set of pirate-inspired offerings are a porter, a pale, and a red ale. Black Bonney is a porter named after Anne Bonney, one of the few women pirates. She was as fierce as any other pirate! Pillagers Pale is a Northwest style Pale Ale. CutThroat Red is a red ale with a touch of rye to enhance the flavor.

You can expect to start seeing these beers around town. Naked City Brewing  has already tapped Black Bonney (but who hasn’t, right?).

Tonight (Thursday 12/11/08) — The Beveridge Place Pub will be hosting a Brewers Night featuring all three of the 3 Skulls creations. Head on down to the Bev, say hello to Jeff Smiley from Baron. Tell ’em the blog sent you.



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4 comments

  1. Managed to make it down to the Bev to sample three of the 3 Skulls beers this past weekend. The Black Bonney Porter is wicked good – very well balanced and altogether delightful. If you like porter, you’ll like this beer. If you don’t really like porter all that much, this might be the one to change your mind. The Cutthroat Read was a winner as well. The Pillager’s Pale, well let’s just say I like something with a bit more bite. I can imagine this beeing a very popular beer because, perhaps, it doesn’t give you that slap across the face that hop heads like me appreciate.

    Three cheers for 3 Skulls!

  2. Managed to make it down to the Bev to sample three of the 3 Skulls beers this past weekend. The Black Bonney Porter is wicked good – very well balanced and altogether delightful. If you like porter, you’ll like this beer. If you don’t really like porter all that much, this might be the one to change your mind. The Cutthroat Read was a winner as well. The Pillager’s Pale, well let’s just say I like something with a bit more bite. I can imagine this beeing a very popular beer because, perhaps, it doesn’t give you that slap across the face that hop heads like me appreciate.

    Three cheers for 3 Skulls!

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