The Tallinn Crap Beer Festival has traditionally appeared near the thirsty queue for the Tallinn Craft Beer Weekend on Saturday afternoon.
You might think that the whole idea of TCrBF is nonsense - and you may be right. It might be a refreshing oasis for the stomach or beer scene, or it might be just a mirage. Either way, you blink and then it's gone.
As with everything in life, there are two sides to every story, and that includes beer. TCrBF is that other side. TCrBF is those memories about beer that you've forgotten you even had. TCrBF is the wide-eyed view of the world that was accepting of all, without prejudice. TCrBF is you.
...A Crap photo gallerySome photos and media nonsense can be found thisaway ->
Tallinn Crap Beer Festival 2017 updates
Media nonsense and stuff like that can now be found in the Gallery section.
That's it for now. See you next year, maybe!
Thanks to all who helped to make the fifth annual TCrBF the best - or most crap - ever. This includes the people who provided beers, everyone who drank them, and all the people who together laid on the fantastic after-party in the building behind us.
Quotes from people attending the festival, describing either the festival or one of the beers:
"Well, that was interesting."
More reviws etc. to come..., and looking forward to next year!
A special bonus drink is on its way.
You're gonna love it.
The latest brewery we can announce is Kilwaukee-based Killer Brewing Company, with two TCrBF entries.
The first is Olde English 800.
Some tasting notes for our non-English-speaking guests:
Its heftier companion this year is Steel Reserve
211 High Gravity,
Notes for visitors who speak other languages:
We are pleased to announce another high-quality beverage that is apparently headed to TCrBF - a full 10.5% of quality. The beer is Camo Black Ice, which is in a style that has been largely overlooked by the craft beer world: 'High Gravity Lager' as the brewers put it. Could this start a trend? We may soon see.
In the meantime, a reminder as festival day nears:
- Put crap beers first!
15 AprilTwo more beers seem to have found their way into the TCrBF gutter. These lovelies apparently have crawled all the way from the US of A. We asked some of the world's best-known kräft drink experts to provide reviews of them, to help you prepare. Here is what they said:
Natural Scheiss (from Anheuser-Booze, USA)
Preparations now appear to be well under way for the 5th annual Tallinn Crap Beer Festival...
TCrBF 2017: Can't Trump This
We have heard that the focus this time is on American crap beers.
As our orange friend might say: 'We have the crappest beers. So crap!'
In the coming weeks, we will be bringing you further rumours about this year's TCrBF:
fake news about real booze.
It appears that the first beer for the Tallinn Crap Beer Festival has arrived! The photo below shows the most important details.
Other information: This beauty is from Belarus and has 'STRONG' on the label.
Looks tasty, doesn't it?
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