Held over the entire weekend, this festival will focus on dark craft beers across several locations with special events and discounts.
• To OL Half ‘n Halfnia
• Mikkeller Beer Geek Breakfast
Galmegi Pub 1
• North Coast Old Rasputin *on sale for 9,000
• Coronado Blue Bridge Coffee Stout *on sale for 9,000
• Brewdog Libertine Black Ale *on sale for 7,000
• Galmegi Driftwood Porter *on sale for 5,000
• Heretic Shallow Grave Porter *on sale for 7,000
• Rogue Chocolate Stout *on sale for 11,000
• Anderson Valley Barney Flats Oatmeal Stout
• Heretic Shallow Grave Porter
• Smuttynose Old Brown Dog Ale
Sharky’s weekend special: buy any dark beer and receive a free mini appetizer.
Bottle Shops – bottled beer
OPC – 10% off all Porters and Stouts
Saturday Afternoon Special Event:
Dark Beer Introduction & Presentation – Saturday 1pm to 3pm
Stop by the Craftbrewer home brew shop to learn more about the dark beer styles: how they are made, ingredients, styles, and commercial examples.
Saturday Evening Special Event:
Galmegi Dark Batch Series – Saturday 4pm to 11pm
Galmegi Dark Batch Series – 4pm ~ 11pm
This is a ticketed event, so unfortunately only those with tickets can sample. Tickets will go on sale on November 27th at the brewery location for 25,000 won each. They include a Galmegi snifter glass and a 330ml pour each of the following:
• Bombay Porter w/ Coconut & Curry
• Walk of Shame Breakfast Stout
• Black Hole IPA
• Albino Stout
• Oak Aged Stout
• Espresso Vanilla Stout
There will be 2 of the styles at each of these 3 pubs: HQ Gwangan, Galmegi Pub 1, and Galmegi Brewery. Stop by all three places with your tickets to get all six tastings. The beer is limited so there are only 80 tickets available.
Sunday Afternoon Special Event:
HQ Gwangan – Beer Geek Breakfast 12pm – 3pm
HQ Bar Hair of the Dog! Andrew and Neil plan to bring you an amazing experience. Enjoy a half pint of Beer Geek Breakfast while gorging on a breakfast to pair with the beer.
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