ABOLITIONIST ALE WORKSWelcome to Abolitionist Ale Works located in Charles Town, West Virginia. We strive to create fun, flavorful and unique beers for every palate that changes the way you think about beer. Come join brown ale in our mission to abolish the predictable and the mundane. Saturday — Noon-10PM                                       Sunday — Noon-8PM                                                 Now Delivering to Jefferson and Berkeley County! ABOLITIONIST ALE WORKS STORYCharles Town, WV has a long history of abolitionists. Its courthouse tried two of the country’s only treason trials. One of those trials was for John Brown, perhaps the nation’s most famous abolitionist. John Brown led a slave revolt in Harpers Ferry, an incident which ended up being a major catalyst towards the civil war.

It is from this great history of insurrectionists that we received the inspiration to form Abolitionist Ale Works. Abolitionist Ale Works rebels against the status quo of the beer industry. This completely private 2 bedroom suite is located in the heart of downtown Charles Town above the brewery and restaurant, Abolitionist Ale Works and comes with a free growler for Thurs-Sun stays. Perfection Experience some of the finest burgers, sandwiches, salads and beers in the Bay Area. Stop by and see for yourself!

Thyme, Topped with Arugula Tossed in Horseradish Vinaigrette on Soft Rolls. Bowl o Chili Homemade Chili with Beans. Wedge Salad Iceberg Lettuce, Tomatoes, Bacon, Bleu Cheese Dressing, Bleu Chees Crumble, Chives. Spinach Salad Baby Spinach Tossed in BCBC Honey Mustard Vinaigrette with Green Apples, Candied Walnuts and Goat Cheese. Tri Tip Salad Grilled Scarborough Fair Tri Tip on Mixed Greens Tossed in Horseradish Vinaigrette, Tomatoes, Red Onions, Sautéed Mushrooms, Blue Cheese Crumbles. Cilantro Tossed with Sesame-Soy Dressing on a Bed of Soba Noodles.

BCBC Burger Lettuce, Tomato, Onion Pickles and Mayo on a Toasted Bun. Chives on a Bed of Arugula Tossed in House Vinaigrette, Mayo. Mayo, Side of Horseradish Sour Cream. Buffalo Chicken Sandwich Grilled Chicken Breast Smothered in Tangy-Spicy Buffalo Sauce with Lettuce, Tomato, Onion and Bleu Cheese, Mayo Served on French Roll. Provolone on Grilled Chicken with Lettuce, Tomato, Onion on a Steak Roll. Avocado on Toasted Sourdough with Mayo. Truffle Fries Tossed in White Truffle Oil, Grana Padano.

Carnitas Fries Pulled Pork, Cheddar Chees Sauce, Cilantro, side of Chipotle Ranch. Brown Cow Pepsi Cola with a Vanilla Ice Cream Float. Beverages We have a great selection of Beers, Wines and Spirits to meet everyone’s tastes. Full Bar Wide selection of cocktails and spirits. Wines Rotating selection of both Red and White wines. Location Located in the heart of downtown Campbell.

Our Story 20 Years in the Making. Chris has worked in the restaurant industry for the past 20 years, and has come to appreciate what Quality food is all about. Everything served at Brown Chicken Brown Cow is of the highest quality, from the grass fed beef and free range chicken to the cheeses and salads. We hoped you had fun on our interactive site. This article’s lead section may be too short to adequately summarize the key points. Vernors is an American brand of ginger soda that was created in 1866 by James Vernor, a Detroit pharmacist.

Vernors is the oldest surviving ginger soda sold in the United States, although there were a number of brands of ginger ale, ginger soda, and ginger beer sold in commerce prior to 1866. Vernor opened a drugstore of his own in Detroit, Michigan, on Woodward Avenue, on the southwest corner of Clifford Street and sold his ginger soda at its soda fountain. James Vernor died October 29, 1927, and was succeeded by his son, James Vernor Jr. Woodward Avenue, one block from the Detroit River. In 1966, the Vernor family sold out to the first of a succession of owners. The company was next acquired by American Consumer Products and then by United Brands. Some people drink it hot as a remedy for stomach ache.

Los Angeles Metropolitan News-Enterprise Editor Roger Grace describes the original flavor as «mellow yet perky» with the mellowness attributed to the aging in oak barrels, and the perkiness to the use of more ginger and sugar than «dry» ginger ales. Many people believe that the taste of Vernors has changed significantly in recent years. Sterns drugstore in Detroit, James Vernor experimented with flavors in an attempt to duplicate a popular ginger ale imported from Dublin, Ireland. In a 1936 interview, however, James Vernor Jr. This was confirmed in a 1962 interview with former company president, James Vernor Davis. According to the 1911 trademark application on «Vernor’s» as a name for ginger ale and extract, Vernor’s ginger ale first entered commerce in 1880, not 1866.

For most of its history, Vernors was a regional product. 1997, the brand’s distribution had expanded to a 33-state area. Florida, which has large numbers of retired or relocated former Michigan residents. A number of slogans have been associated with Vernors over the years. Advertising in the early 1900s used the slogan «Detroit’s Drink». According to its trademark application, it began using the slogan «Deliciously Different» in 1921. The identity of the Vernors gnome mascot has been contested and as a result, there is significant local folklore surrounding the gnome.

Pepper company insists the name of the gnome has always been Woody, Lawrence L. Rouch, Vernors historian, argues this was not the case. There is general consensus, however, of Ronald Bialecki’s live-action appearances as the gnome in the 1970s. According to both Vernors historians and Bialecki’s family members, he was employed with the Doner Company at the time, which was the advertising firm in charge of the Vernors account. The Detroit Historical Society and Museum teamed up with the Vernor’s Collectors’ Club and the Detroit Experience Factory to celebrate the brand. Starting June 7, 2016, a Vernors memorabilia exhibition showed artifacts and vintage signage from the brand. The feature ran through June 12, 2016, at the Detroit Historical Museum.

Buddy’s Pizza, American Coney Island and other local favorites. Vernors can be used as an ingredient in cooking, and it is used by some Detroit natives to add a sweet and spicy flavor to dishes. A Boston Cooler, also known as a Vernor’s float, is an ice cream soda variant typically composed of Vernors Ginger Ale and vanilla ice cream blended together similar to a milkshake, although in other parts of the country, different combinations of ingredients are also known as a Boston Cooler. Cafe D’Mongos Speakeasy, a bar in downtown Detroit, features a drink called The Detroit Brown, which combines Vernors ginger ale with Crown Royal and bitters. Vernors Ginger Ale Is America’s Oldest And Michigan’s Favorite». Detroit’s Liquid Gold — Vernor’s Ginger Ale». Vernor’s Ginger Ale Detroit Historical Society.

Vernors fans bringing pop culture to Flint». Is Vernors still aged four years in wood? Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Press. Vernors remains ‘Detroit’s Drink’ even with many ownership changes through the years». Vernors gnome logo found a home in Detroit folklore». The Vernor’s Story: From Gnomes to Now. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. Aretha Franklin Shares Christmas ham recipe with Vernors glaze on LIVE with Kelly and Michael».

Versatile Vernors Makes Great Onion Rings». A Tasty Part of Flint History—former Vernor’s outlet in Flint, MI, now Halo Burger. This website is using a security service to protect itself from online attacks. You must be of legal drinking age to enter our site. Thanks for your honesty, but you must be 21 to access our site. Here’s some fun things to do in the meantime. How to Make Alcoholic Ginger Ale Alcoholic ginger ale is gaining popularity today, but has been around for centuries.

Long before Not Your Father’s Ginger Ale in the United States, Crabbie’s and other brands enjoyed a long history of success in the United Kingdom. Sourcing Ginger for Alcoholic Ginger Ale Ginger comes in a lot more forms these days than just the ground powder on grandma’s spice rack. It gives an unmistakable bite, crispness and flavor to ginger ale that makes for a very refreshing beverage. Crystallized ginger is usually found in the bulk section of organic and gourmet groceries, near the dried fruits. Fermentables Unlike malt, fruit juice, or honey, ginger does not contain much sugar. So it is best to think of it as the primary flavor of your ginger ale, rather than the source of fermentable sugar. Whatever you use, make sure it’s light and fermentable.

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Brown sugars like piloncillo or demerara will add too much molasses flavor for most ginger ales, though that might make for a nice holiday version. Non-fermentable sugars like lactose or maltodextrin will add body and creaminess, which are not recommended. So stick to light, fermentable sugars and feel free to experiment. Flavorings Ginger and sugar alone will make a one-note and somewhat uninspired ginger ale. Additional flavorings are a great way to add a little character. Citrus is an excellent companion for ginger.

Yeast Ginger ale is a light, refreshing beverage, so neutral ale yeasts that throw off minimal esters and phenols are best. S-04 producing a slightly fruitier version and US-05 a little cleaner. If you use dry yeast and keep the OG around 1. 060, there is no need for a starter, but if you use a liquid yeast or more sugar, a starter would be best. Unlike beer wort, the simple sugar solution at the heart of your ginger ale is lacking in yeast accessible nitrogen, amino and fatty acids that yeast need to thrive, and it’s such a light beverage that off-flavors from stressed yeast will be noticed. In a pinch, if you don’t have yeast nutrient, take a tip from meadmakers and add a handful or two of chopped raisins prior to fermentation. After fermentation you will have a very dry ginger ale with an FG in the 0.

999 range and a flavor reminiscent of champagne, so you will probably want to backsweeten the brew. If you’re bottling, any sugar you add will ferment and cause bottle bombs, so you’re limited to artificial sweeteners. Post-Fermentation Additions Just like dry hopping beers, adding spices and other flavorings after fermentation is an excellent way to add a final burst of flavor and aroma to your ginger ale. Spices can be added directly to the fermenter and steeped for 1-2 weeks before racking off. Alternatively, you can soak spices and zests in a vodka tincture for 1-2 weeks and then add the entire mix to the fermenter, bottling bucket, or keg. This will yield 5 gallons of medium-flavored alcoholic ginger ale with an ABV of 6. 3 of the ginger and limes recommended below. 2 times as much ginger and citrus.

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The recipe below takes 3-4 weeks from brew day to bottle. Give the yeast at least 3 weeks to carbonate in the bottle or keg When carbonated, chill and serve for a refreshing ginger ale that is sure to please all your friends! Tips from Experts Get the latest articles and information on Sales and Offers. Sign up for our newsletter today! Click below to order takeout from our online menu. Continue to Practice Safe Habits and Use Hand Sanitizer.

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Tour our brewery in person or digitally. ABOLITIONIST ALE WORKSWelcome to Abolitionist Ale Works located in Charles Town, West Virginia. We strive to create fun, flavorful and unique beers for every palate that changes the way you think about beer. Come join us in our mission to abolish the predictable and the mundane. Saturday — Noon-10PM                                       Sunday — Noon-8PM                                                 Now Delivering to Jefferson and Berkeley County! ABOLITIONIST ALE WORKS STORYCharles Town, WV has a long history of abolitionists.

Its courthouse tried two of the country’s only treason trials. One of those trials was for John Brown, perhaps the nation’s most famous abolitionist. John Brown led a slave revolt in Harpers Ferry, an incident which ended up being a major catalyst towards the civil war. It is from this great history of insurrectionists that we received the inspiration to form Abolitionist Ale Works. Abolitionist Ale Works rebels against the status quo of the beer industry. This completely private 2 bedroom suite is located in the heart of downtown Charles Town above the brewery and restaurant, Abolitionist Ale Works and comes with a free growler for Thurs-Sun stays. Perfection Experience some of the finest burgers, sandwiches, salads and beers in the Bay Area. Stop by and see for yourself!

Vernors can be used as an ingredient in cooking, vernor’s Ginger Ale». Action appearances as the gnome in the 1970s. Chives on a Bed of Arugula Tossed in House Vinaigrette, from the grass fed beef and free range chicken to the cheeses and salads. We hoped you had fun on our interactive site. And was succeeded by his son — advertising in the early 1900s used the slogan «Detroit’s Drink».

Thyme, Topped with Arugula Tossed in Horseradish Vinaigrette on Soft Rolls. Bowl o Chili Homemade Chili with Beans. Wedge Salad Iceberg Lettuce, Tomatoes, Bacon, Bleu Cheese Dressing, Bleu Chees Crumble, Chives. Spinach Salad Baby Spinach Tossed in BCBC Honey Mustard Vinaigrette with Green Apples, Candied Walnuts and Goat Cheese. Tri Tip Salad Grilled Scarborough Fair Tri Tip on Mixed Greens Tossed in Horseradish Vinaigrette, Tomatoes, Red Onions, Sautéed Mushrooms, Blue Cheese Crumbles. Cilantro Tossed with Sesame-Soy Dressing on a Bed of Soba Noodles. BCBC Burger Lettuce, Tomato, Onion Pickles and Mayo on a Toasted Bun. Chives on a Bed of Arugula Tossed in House Vinaigrette, Mayo. Mayo, Side of Horseradish Sour Cream.

Buffalo Chicken Sandwich Grilled Chicken Breast Smothered in Tangy-Spicy Buffalo Sauce with Lettuce, Tomato, Onion and Bleu Cheese, Mayo Served on French Roll. Provolone on Grilled Chicken with Lettuce, Tomato, Onion on a Steak Roll. Avocado on Toasted Sourdough with Mayo. Truffle Fries Tossed in White Truffle Oil, Grana Padano. Carnitas Fries Pulled Pork, Cheddar Chees Sauce, Cilantro, side of Chipotle Ranch. Brown Cow Pepsi Cola with a Vanilla Ice Cream Float. Beverages We have a great selection of Beers, Wines and Spirits to meet everyone’s tastes. Full Bar Wide selection of cocktails and spirits. Wines Rotating selection of both Red and White wines. Location Located in the heart of downtown Campbell.

Our Story 20 Years in the Making. Chris has worked in the restaurant industry for the past 20 years, and has come to appreciate what Quality food is all about. Everything served at Brown Chicken Brown Cow is of the highest quality, from the grass fed beef and free range chicken to the cheeses and salads. We hoped you had fun on our interactive site. This article’s lead section may be too short to adequately summarize the key points. Vernors is an American brand of ginger soda that was created in 1866 by James Vernor, a Detroit pharmacist. Vernors is the oldest surviving ginger soda sold in the United States, although there were a number of brands of ginger ale, ginger soda, and ginger beer sold in commerce prior to 1866.

Vernor opened a drugstore of his own in Detroit, Michigan, on Woodward Avenue, on the southwest corner of Clifford Street and sold his ginger soda at its soda fountain. James Vernor died October 29, 1927, and was succeeded by his son, James Vernor Jr. Woodward Avenue, one block from the Detroit River. In 1966, the Vernor family sold out to the first of a succession of owners. The company was next acquired by American Consumer Products and then by United Brands. Some people drink it hot as a remedy for stomach ache. Los Angeles Metropolitan News-Enterprise Editor Roger Grace describes the original flavor as «mellow yet perky» with the mellowness attributed to the aging in oak barrels, and the perkiness to the use of more ginger and sugar than «dry» ginger ales.

Many people believe that the taste of Vernors has changed significantly in recent years. Sterns drugstore in Detroit, James Vernor experimented with flavors in an attempt to duplicate a popular ginger ale imported from Dublin, Ireland. In a 1936 interview, however, James Vernor Jr. This was confirmed in a 1962 interview with former company president, James Vernor Davis. According to the 1911 trademark application on «Vernor’s» as a name for ginger ale and extract, Vernor’s ginger ale first entered commerce in 1880, not 1866. For most of its history, Vernors was a regional product.