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Lucky 7 Stout Week @ Fishmarket Taproom (March 17 – 22)

March 14, 2010

—-From Baird’s official page————-

Dear Taproom Friend & Baird Beer Enthusiast:

March 17 is the Irish holiday St. Patrick’s Day.  We take this occasion every year as an excuse to celebrate a beer style  long associated with Ireland:  Stout.  Stout, of course, is a wonderful pitch-black ale that enjoys many stylistic manifestations.   We serve up seven different interpretations of Stout during our week-long celebration which we call Lucky 7 Stout Week.

Lucky 7 Stout Week @ Numazu Fishmarket Taproom (Wed. March 17 – Mon. March 22):

This year’s Stout selection is as follows:

  1. Shimaguni Stout
  2. Mama’s Milk Stout (served on hand-pump)
  3. Midnight Oil Export Stout 2010
  4. Great American Stout
  5. Citrus Wheat Stout
  6. Morning Coffee Stout 2008
  7. Morning Coffee Stout 2010

In addition to these Stout selections, we also will be honoring the Irish with the 2010 Real Ale debut of Luck of the Irish Red Ale. Special Lucky 7 Stout Cards, which include punches for all seven seasonal Stouts will be available for purchase and use during the week (Pint cards @ 5,000 yen; Half-pint cards @3,500 yen).  Enthusiasts who purchase and complete a card during the week will be entered into an end-of-the-week raffle in which seven Baird Beer prizes will be awarded.  The lucky 7 prizes to be awarded are:

  1. Fishmarket Taproom Nonbei Pint Drink Card
  2. Fishmarket Taproom Nonbei Half-pint Card
  3. Shimaguni Stout (360 ml) 6-Pack
  4. Midnight Oil Export Stout (633 ml) 4-Pack
  5. Shimaguni Stout T-Shirt
  6. Set of two Baird Beer logo glasses (pint & half-pint)
  7. Set of two posters (Shimaguni Stout & Baird Beer logo)

Great Irish- and Stout-inspired cuisine, of course, will be served up by the Fishmarket Taproom kitchen during the week.  A special Lucky 7 Stout Week food menu will include the following:

  1. Irish Beef Stew
  2. Roast Beef
  3. Potato Gratin
  4. Traditional Fish & Chips
  5. Fisherman’s Seafood Pasta
  6. English Cheese Plate
  7. Stout Cake & Chocolate Platter

Warm Irish-style camaraderie and revelry will also be in abundance all week long.  Please note that the final day, Monday, March 22, is a Japan national holiday and thus the Fishmarket Taproom will be opening its doors at noon.  For all you Tokyo denizens who have not made the Numazu pilgrimage recently, this represents a great chance!  We look forward to seeing and drinking/eating with all of you.

Cheers,

Bryan Baird

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