Great US-micros on draught at Oliver Twist

Currently Oliver Twist has a new batch of US-micros for sale (actually since a couple of weeks) and has this time around also succeeded in getting a bunch of them on draught. Simply it is a small miracle that you can now drink your favorite US-micro or even better a new favorite on draught in the capital of Sweden (thanks to Jugge at OT). They are not provided as a single batch, so you have to wait for them, one by one, when one has been finished.

On the picture you can see the line up, which is pretty amazing, when you actually check what kind of beer it is. Mostly it is strong beers, which I imagine is caused by the long travel, so that kind of beers is better for travels on kegs, but I do not know the actual cause.

How about favorites so far, well that needs to be the Double Daddy IPA from Speakeasy. The Jah*va stout from Southern Tier is impressive, but to me it was simply to much to drink, at least with the amount you got, more fun then world class.

I will come back about this, when I have succeeded in testing at least some more of the draught beers (work is starting on Monday, so you can not be there every day from now on, :))


Mattias said...

And here is the full list;

Great divide.
Denver pale ale.
Ridgeline amber ale.
St Bridges porter.
Titan IPA.
Old ruffian barley wine.
Oskar blues.
Dales pale ale.
Old chub.
Gordon double IPA.
Left hand.
Deep cover brown ale.
Black jack porter.
Imperial stout.
Milk stout.
Haystack wheat.
Jackmans pale ale.
Warrior IPA.
American amber.
Dead guy ale.
Dry hop red.
Brutal bitter.
Chocolate stout.
Shakespeare stout.
Hazelnut brown.
XS imperial IPA.
XS Russian imperial stout.
North coast.
Acme IPA.
Andersson Valley.
Hop ottin IPA.
Dogfish head.
60 minutes.
90 minutes.
Festina peach.
Fort Collins.
Chocolate stout.
Rocky mountain IPA.
Rocky mountain IPA.
Lost coast.
Indica IPA.
Porkslap ale.
Snapperhead IPA.
Big A.
Southern Tier.
Java stout.
Speak easy.
Double daddy.
Arrogant bastard.
Vertical epic.
Thirsty dog.
Hoppus maximus.
Hop devil.

Stefan said...

Well, regarding the jahva stout you would expect it to be a little on the heavy side given the 12% ABV and 120 IBU. =)

But I liked it a lot. It was pleasantly sweet and had a good flavour. But it is clearly a beer
you should have in moderate amounts.