|South Orange Ave.
South Orange, NJ
|Hum a beer song
along with our
Beer My Way
Next Meeting - Feb. 12 at the Gaslight, 3 PM
It's a home brew porter taste test! Now what exactly is a porter?
Porter is said to have been popular with transportation workers
of Central London, hence the name. Most traditional British
brewing documentation from the 1700’s state that Porter was a
blend of three different styles: an old ale (stale or soured), a new
ale (brown or pale ale) and a weak one (mild ale), with various
combinations of blending .
Today's porters are typically brewed using a pale malt base with
the addition of black malt, crystal, chocolate or smoked brown
malt. Hop bitterness is moderate on the whole and colour ranges
from brown to black.
At the next
See you at the
|DB15 shirts are here!
Choose from two different 4-color shirts. One with our Uncle Sam DB 15 logo
or one with the club motto -
" I'd rather die of thirst than drink from the cup of mediocrity"
Order by mail HERE.
Supply is very limited. Only a few left - order NOW!
|If you are not currently on the DB15 mailing list or would like to
join simply write firstname.lastname@example.org or stop in the
Gaslight and ask your friendly bartender for a registration form.
New members always welcome - it's a pefect time to join.
at the GASLIGHT- MEETINGS, NEWS, INFORMATION
Next Regular Meeting - Sunday, Feb. 12, 3 PM
Whose beer will reign supreme? Find out at our next GB15 meeting as
we hold our first ever home brew Porter competition. Each contestant
should bring at least 4 bottles of their beer for the blind tasting.
Per the rules of the contest each entrant has used the same ingredients
supplied by U-Brew making the contest one that truly focuses on the sill
of the brewer. Beers will be judged by a blind tasting which will follow
accepted national standards. All results will be certified by the DB15
Board of Cask Commissioners.
Every registered DB15 member present, brewer and non brewer alike,
will serve as a judge in the contest.
Be sure to join us for what promises to be a great, fun filled beer event!
Robert Burns Day Scores At Gaslight
The annual Robert Burns Birthday Bash, complete with a fully
regaled bagpiper, poetry readings, and of course Haggis, was
met by an enthusiastic Gaslight crowd On Jan. 25. Kudos to
Professor John Sweeney and Professor *Dermont Quinn
along with Gaslight management for organizing this
unforgettable tribute to the "Bard of Ayr".
* - Dermot Quinn's book, The Irish in New Jersey, Rutgers University Press, is now
available on amazon.com