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Old 03-09-2013, 02:55 AM   #1
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Default Harvest Moon, New Brunswick

A brew house on George St, downtown, park at the deck on Church St. They had 9 beers on tap, really good stuff. I am partial to the Irish Red, very drinkable. Closely followed by the Elmes and Moonlight. Worth the trip. Left with a growler of the Red.

Moonlight Kölschbier German Kölsch 4.4%
Elmes’ Mild Manor British Mild 6.1%
Jimmy D’s Firehouse Red Irish Red 6.0%
Full Moon Pale Ale American Pale Ale 6.8%
Simcoe Double IPA Double India Pale Ale 9.0%
Monkeyshine Weizenbock Weizenbock 6.5%
Belgian Dark Strong Ale Belgian Dark Strong Ale 8.3%
Paddy’s Irish Stout Dry Irish Stout 4.7%
American Stout American Stout 7.5%

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I love their Simcoe DIPA. The Irish red is solid, their Kolsch is good as well.

I love Harvest Moon try to stop in there once every few months, but I usually go to George St. Ale House for normal trips to New Brunswick. They usually have 3-4 beers there that I don't normally get and keep it interesting. Like right now on their site they have that I want/enjoy FU Sandy, Ommegang-Duvel Rustica, Terripin Hop Karma and Lost Abbey Serpent Stout.

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There's also a homebrewclub called "Ferment the World" that meets at the Harvest Moon at 7PM on the 1st monday of each month. Very laid back, no dues or anything, just sampling each other's brews.

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Had their Simcoe DIPA. The other night and it was great. Thanks for recommendations.

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