Captain Lawrence Birra DeCicco

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7 Responses

  1. Sounds like a great beer Peter! As you mentioned, any wife-approved beer is in a special class. (I’m still trying to find one!)

  2. James W. says:

    This beer looks and sounds amazing. I cannot get any Captain Lawrence stuff here in Central Illinois, but I’ll be looking for this one on my travels. By the way, where did you get the glass you used in the photos? I didn’t see a brewery logo, but I’d love to get my hands on one. Keep the great reviews and great beers coming!

    • Simply Beer says:

      @Scott – I know it’s tough. But I keep trying and she keeps trying them so, it is a good progression. IMO, if you don’t like beer, you just haven’t tried enough to find a couple you like 🙂

      @James – thanks for teh kind words. I believe it is a Libbey 14 or 16 oz Tulip. I got 4 of them, but I’m not sure where. Probably a Restaurant supply reseller

  3. nate says:

    I’m super jealous. This (and the golden delicious you reviewed) have got my full attention. I find it interesting that your wife liked 120 minute IPA while not being a huge beer fanatic.

    As much as I’d love to know what Jam was used, I’d love to discover the origins of the yeast strain. great review and pic.

    • Simply Beer says:

      @Nate, you get lots if great stuff in you neck of the woods too. Like I said to mike, the grass is always greener. 🙂
      I sent mike a bottle of Golden Delicious, maybe I should send you a bottle of this.
      I believe the yeast is one of there house strains, an abbey style. Who’s it was before, I don’t know. But it is very nice andding some great dimention to the beer.

  4. Don says:

    Sounds like a nice brew, but probably not like a daily drinker. The Jam is interesting. When you kept saying you didn’t know what kind, and the yeasty qualities of this brew for some unknown reason I kept thinking toe jam. I know, I know, you don’t have to say it…I will, GROSS!

    Keep finding interesting brews and supporting you local breweries Peter. It is a noble cause, and you find some pretty interesting stuff that way.

    • Simply Beer says:

      You’re to funny, Don! Thankfully this didn’t taste like toe jam! Don, what does toe jam taste like? 🙂
      it’s pretty easy to support local brewery’s like capt Lawrence, who make such great beers!