Monday, August 24, 2009

Duvel Green in Boston

Duvel has made it's mark as one of the world's best beers, being extremely drinkable and culminating all that is a great Belgian beer. This week, Duvel USA is bringing a new addition to the Boston bar scene: Duvel Green. While this isn't an altogether new beer, it is new to the Boston area.

Also known as Duvel Draft, Duvel Green is available only in draft form and (apparently) tastes quite a bit different from the original. I assume much of this come from a lower alcohol content (6.8% for draft vs 8.1% for the original) and the fact that Duvel Green is not conditioned in the bottle. I have yet to try Duvel Green, but beer bars around Boston will be pouring this week, so it shouldn't be too difficult to track it down. Here is a list of local bars that are having "launch" parties and will be pouring Duvel Green:

  • Sunset Grill & Tap, Allston (Tuesday, 8pm)

  • The Publick House, Brookline (Tuesday - BA Event posting)

  • Deep Ellum, Allston (Wednesday)

  • Redbones, Somerville (Wednesday)

  • Jimmy's Pub, Mansfield (Wednesday)

  • Biltmore, Newton (Wednesday)

  • Armsby Abbey, Worcester (Thursday)

  • Sierra Grille, Northhampton (Thursday)

  • Old Forge Restaurant, Lanesboro (Thursday)

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