Beer of the Week: Bluejacket Kelsey and Greg’s Wedding Ale

Before saying "I do," they decided: let's brew! Bluejacket Kelsey and Greg’s Wedding Ale. (Courtesy Bluejacket)
Quick Facts on Bluejacket’s Kelsey and Greg’s Wedding Ale

Brewery: Bluejacket, Washington, D.C.
Beer type: Bluejacket describes the beer as a tart, blonde wedding ale, bursting with stone fruit
Age: The beer aged for six weeks on 900 pounds of locally-grown peaches and white nectarines. Then, it was soured in Bluejacket’s horizontal lacto tank.
Pairs best with: Italian favorites (more on this on slide 3)

(Photo courtesy Bluejacket)

Before saying “I do,” they decided: let’s brew! WTOP’s Brennan Haselton is joined by Neighborhood Restaurant Group Beer Director and James Beard Award nominee Greg Engert to talk about Bluejacket Kelsey & Greg’s Wedding Ale for the latest edition of WTOP’s Beer of the Week. Watch the video above for the full scoop. (Courtesy Bluejacket)
This Thursday, Jan. 27, 2011 photo shows Tony Gemignani as he holds up a pizza margherita at Tony's Pizza Napoletana in San Francisco.  Super Bowl Sunday is coming and pie-makers across the country are bracing for a pizza reaction.    (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)
Want to pair this beer with something tasty? Here are Greg Engert’s best pairing suggestions: 

Classic red sauce dishes
Caprese salad
Margherita pizza
Chicken Parmesan
Saltimbocca
Bruschetta

(AP Photo)

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Before saying "I do," they decided: let's brew! Bluejacket Kelsey and Greg’s Wedding Ale. (Courtesy Bluejacket)
This Thursday, Jan. 27, 2011 photo shows Tony Gemignani as he holds up a pizza margherita at Tony's Pizza Napoletana in San Francisco.  Super Bowl Sunday is coming and pie-makers across the country are bracing for a pizza reaction.    (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)

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