Draft Mechanic Episode #35: A Six-pack of Games to Play with Family over the Holidays, Fabled Fruit On-Tap, Raiders of the North Sea, Imhotep, and proper beer serving temperatures (maybe even some served warm).
Family Fun! A Six-Pack of Games to Play with your Family this Holiday:
2016, Stronghold Games.
Designers: Friedemann Friese
Evil Genius Beer Company. “I Love Lamp” Philadelphia, PA, USA
5.5% ABV, 12 IBU.
Hefeweisen brewed with pineapple.
Short's Brewing Company. “Strawberry Short's Cake” Bellaire , MI , USA
6.3% ABV, 10 IBU.
Golden ale with strawberries and milk sugar.
Charles Wells Brewery. “Wells Banana Bread Beer” Bedford, Bedfordshire, England
5.2% ABV, 18 IBU.
It says it's an amber ale but I think it's just a bottle full of banana bread.
Dogfish Head Brewing. “Red & White” Milton, DE, USA
10% ABV, 35 IBU.
Belgian witbier with coriander, orange peel, and fermented with Pinot Noir juice.
Oskar Blues Brewery. “Death by Coconut” Longmont, CO, USA
6.5% ABV, 45 IBU.
Irish porter with chocolate and coconut.
Proper Serving Temperature:
-Aim for between 38°-55°F
-Lagers (including pilsners), lighter beers, creamy/blonde ales, and those lower in alcohol should be served towards the colder end of that range.
-Stonger, darker beers (including stouts, porters, bengian dubbles and strong ales) should be served towards the warmer end of that range.
-IPA should be served right in the middle of the range (45-50°).
-Is there such a thing as a hot beer? Well, sort of...check out these beer Flip Cocktails.
01:00 Show Housekeeping
03:03 iOS Gaming update
05:55 Kickstarter: Quodd Heroes
10:40 Recent Plays: Fabled Fruit
20:00 Recent Plays: Raiders of the North Sea
26:23 Recent Plays: Imhotep
34:25 Six Pack: Games to play this holiday season
60:44 On Tap: Fabled Fruit
66:54 Proper beer serving temperatures