april, 2013

11apr6:00 pm10:00 pmBeer Authority Belhaven & Bowmore Whisky Event6:00 pm - 10:00 pm 630 8th Avenue

Event Details

Beer Authority will be celebrating its first anniversary with a large scale Belhaven/Bowmore Whisky event. An artist will be painting the Belhaven logo on the wall of Beer Authority during this event!

Check out the Belhaven review on New York’s largest beer blog: www.corkscapsandtaps.com.

Belhaven has provided us with tasting notes if you want to study up before heading to one of these great events.

Belhaven Scottish Stout (7% ABV)
We reckon this is the porter equivalent of the tall dark handsome stranger, but with its blend of triple malts, roasted chocolate flavour and hop character, once you’ve tried this deluxe stout you’ll want to get reacquainted. The deluxe handcrafted stout at 7%, was awarded its top rating – 96 points and a Platinum Medal – in the ‘Strong Stout’ category. The Scottish Stout was described by the Beverage Testing Institute as having “aromas of baker’s chocolate” and “charred nuts”. Delicious!

Belhaven Scottish Ale (5.2% ABV)
Malty and hoppy, we at Belhaven love the classic Scottish Ale and we’ve been brewing it longer than any of the other beers we produce. Delivering a sweet, smooth and creamy finish, Scottish Ale has a stunning ruby colour in the glass. Magic.

Twisted Thistle (5.3% ABV)
A stunning India Pale Ale (IPA), don’t think that Belhaven’s Twisted Thistle has anything jaggy, spikey, prickly or otherwise pain-inflicting in its nature. Quite the opposite. Your taste buds will tingle with pleasure after a sip or two of this golden nectar. A real treat from our master brewers in Dunbar.

Belhaven Wee Heavy (6.5% ABV)
It may have come from a right old recipe but Wee Heavy fits the bill today as much as it ever has. It is a classic Scottish heavy but has a lightness of flavour and a great reddish colour in the glass. Cracking stuff if we do say so ourselves.

Belhaven Black (4.2% ABV)
The newest offering from the Belhaven Brewery and a NYC premiere! Roasty notes predominate on the nose and again on the palate, but there’s also a delightful undertone of milk chocolate with a dry, coffee-like finish. Think of it as a kind of a beer latte. It also made a fine accompaniment to some chocolate layer cake, too.


(Thursday) 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm


Beer Authority

630 8th Avenue