Cafe Muse and Heavy Seas are pleased to present a night of rare beers expertly paired with exquisite cuisine. The price is $48 and includes everything, reservations are required. Dial Cafe Muse 248.544.4749 to hold your seat. Check the beer list below.
Heavy Seas Peg Leg Imperial Stout - 8%ABV - This full-bodied imperial
stout pours an opaque mahogany color with a tan head. Its smell is
dominated by notes of roasted coffee beans, with a slight hint of chocolate,
but Simcoe and Fuggles hops add complexity to the aroma. The roasted
barley is detectable in the taste, and this complements the bitterness from
the Warrior hops - balancing out the sweetness from the load of malts used
in brewing Peg Leg. A creamy mouthfeel makes this a smooth, utterly
Heavy Seas Pounder Pils - 5% ABV - Made with German malts and an
plethora of European hops, Pounder Pils is an American interpretation of a
classic European Style. Exhibiting a crisp malt backbone and an
herbaceous hop profile, this Pilsner is quaffable and refreshing. This year-
round offering is smooth and elegant showcasing a bright yet zesty
botanical aroma. Named for the weight of their shot, the most common
naval cannons were called six pounders. At Heavy Seas, that means a
six-pack of crisp, clean Pounder Pils.
Heavy Seas TropiCannon IPA - 7.2% ABV - We’ve downplayed some of
Loose Cannon's piney-ness and amped up the citrus by swapping
Centennial and Palisade hops for Amarillo and even more Simcoe. We've
introduced dried grapefruit, orange and lemon peel in the brewing process
and added mango, blood orange and more grapefruit post-fermentation.
Heavy Seas/Cigar City Partnership IPL - 7.8% ABV - This golden lager
with bready malt aromatics has a crisp, dry finish. Late addition kettle hops
followed by extensive dry-hopping provide full citrus and tropical fruit
flavors and aromas balancing a soft bitterness.
Heavy Seas Siren Noire - 9.5% ABV - This isn’t your father's chocolate
stout. We've used almost 3 pounds of Belgian coco nibs per barrel. We've
aged it for five weeks in bourbon barrels with vanilla beans added. A mix of
dark malts gives Siren Noire a well-rounded body that is decidedly
chocolatey - but without being extraordinarily sweet. Brewers Gold hops
contribute an earthy spiciness, with notes of black current.