Firkin A…

22 May

For beer and ale, a firkin is equal to nine imperial gallons or a quarter of a barrel (40.91481 litres). Casks in this size (themselves called firkins) are the most common container for cask ale. A firkin is equal to half a kilderkin. Duh.

For our intents and purposes tonight, a firkin is a ceremonial hammer-related beer-gushing bar-top cask of delicious dry-hopped 3 Grid IPA from our pals at Schooner Exact Brewing Company. Tapping is tonight (Friday May 22) at 7pm at The Red Hot. Come and meet with all the brewers from Schooner Exact as we hang out and enjoy their creation. Special edition Schooner Exact Brewing Buttons by Bearded Baby for enjoyers of the cask…

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  1. First Firkin Friday Vid « Beer and Hot Dogs - June 16, 2009

    [...] Firkin Friday Vid A few weeks ago we had our first Firkin Friday with Schooner Exact Brewing from Seattle. Here’s a blurry vid from my phone for your [...]

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