Stop into Z Bar at The Deli nightly June 6 through the 9th and join us in our smallest celebration ever!
We are very proud to be one of a few locations around the country selected to take part in the famed Brasserie d’Achouffe La Chouffe’s Gnome Week! The 4 day event will feature keg tapping events, free give aways and lots of great Achouffe Belgian beer on tap!
We know, we know…. you’re still saying to yourself… Why Gnome Week? Well….
6,666 years ago, a village of gnomes found magical water in the Cedrogne Spring, an area that would later become Belgium. After discovering the waters healing properties, they began using it to produce beer. Their brewery flourished for thousands of years, and in 1982 the regions last surviving gnome passed their secret recipe on to two aspiring Belgian brewers. Right then and there, Chouffe was born. Join us in showing our gratitude by raising a small glass to honor our little magical friends!
Be sure to check out the fun and informative Gnome Week Facebook page featuring description of the beers, schedule of events, World’s Smallest Toast countdown clock, Twitter feed, and more. Get into the spirit and Gnome Thyself by uploading a pic of yourself into a Gnome mini poster for your facebook page!
Z Bar’s Gnome Week Events
June 6th – La Chouffe Keg Tap
We’re kicking off Gnome Week by tapping a keg of the famed La Chouffe Blond Ale
June 7th – Bier Del Soleil Keg Tap
Day 2 continues as we tap keg of Achouffe’s Bier Del Soleil. This Belgian pale ale only exists in small amounts, so try a glass before the Achouffe gnomes steal it back for good!
June 8th – Gnomegang Keg Tap
Day 3 continues as we tap keg of the Achouffe and Ommegang collaboration Gnomegang. This amazing brew combines Chouffe and Ommegang yeast creating a distinct Belgian-style Strong Blond Ale.
June 9th – The World’s Smallest Toast
Day 4 concludes the celebration with the World’s Smallest Toast. Put on your finest gnome costume and join us at 6:66pm and raise your small glass of La Chouffe and gone in the largest (we assume) gnome toast in history!
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