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Knotmeter - December 14, 2018

Knotmeter - December 14, 2018


Please join us for the 4th Annual Commodore's Cocktail Party on Dec 15th!

Upcoming Events

Full Calendar of Events »

| December 19: Women's Holiday Luncheon

 

| January 1: Commodore's Levee


Dining

| Weekend Features


Fri/Sat Dinner Feature
  • Friday/Saturday dinner feature: Herb and garlic stuffed chicken supreme with a sundried tomato cream sauce, roasted fingerling potatoes and kale - $24
Brunch:
  • Weekend Special: Huevos Rancheros - $14
  • Omlette: mushrooms, blue cheese, and chives - $13
 

| Beer of the Week

Zwickel

German-Style Auburn Lager 5.7% ABV
 

This unfiltered copper lager tastes like you walked right up to our tanks and poured it yourself. It combines satisfying flavours of just-baked bread with fresh grassy hop aromas, and is balanced and clean. Zwickelbiers are not meant for aging, and best served… right now!

History & Style

Beau’s Farm Table Series are sessionable beers brewed true to a classic or emerging style. A German style closely related to kellerbier, zwickelbier literally means beer sampled fresh from the tank cellar at the brewery. Beau’s first released this recipe in 2014 as “Dial Z for Zwickel,” an exclusive creation for Beau’s Oktoberfest. The label references the old name with a screen-print style homage to the many shapes and sizes of telephones over the years.

Tasting Notes

Zwickel pours copper with a slight haze and a dense white foam. The aroma has notes of fresh baked bread crust and a hint of peppery spice. The flavour features deep grainy malt balanced by clean hop bitterness. The finish is elegant and dry.

 

| Wine of the Month

Sailing

| Jake Adair Youth Sailor of the Year

Congratulations to Jake Adair for winning the Fogh Marine Youth Sailor of the year Award.

Please see the following link for photos and a write-up of the Award.

 

| Cruising Fleet Co-Chairs

“Some are born cruising, some achieve cruising, and some have a Cruising Fleet thrust upon 'em”.
-William Shakespeare, “Twelfth Cruise”.


We are pleased to be responsible for the advancement of cruising at KYC this coming year. We hope to broaden the cruising mandate to include both organized event cruising as well as individual cruising; both local cruising and long-distance cruising beyond our waters. We plan to promote and publicize cruisers’ accomplishments and honour them with additional cruising awards.

Unfortunately, due to lateness of our “volunteering” the annual fall Cruisers AGM will now be held March 30th at 6pm at the Club. Please put this event in your calendars. More detail to follow.

We are also introducing Cruisers’ Muster Wednesdays from 5-6pm the 3rd Wednesday of each month. The first Muster will be January 16th. Come out and meet, share stories and exchange cruising tips with your fellow cruisers. There will be nibbles and other finger foods served. Jan 16th is also the beginning of the Winter Speaker Series, so you have two reasons to gather at the Club.

This week the newly refreshed Cruiser webpages will be live. Please let us know of anything you’d like added.

Cruising Fleet: Co-Chairs Rosemary Wilson/Bob Story cruisers@kingstonyachtclub.ca

| WIW Fireside Chat

Thank you to Ali ten Hove for joining Women in Wind at this week's fireside chat. What a remarkable journey from KYC JS , to balancing sailing and studies, working with a new team mate- Mariah Millen (RCYC) & boat to running a 49erFX Olympic Campaign! Thank you for sharing the fascinating 'behind the scenes' details. We look forward to supporting you on your path to Tokyo 2020!

| Sailing

As we look towards the next sailing season, please share your thoughts on any of our programs (and your availability to help) with the following key contacts, in person or email to:

Racing: race@kingstonyachtclub.ca (KYC Race Office); fleet captains: Steve Harrison (PHRF 1), John Vines (PHRF 2) & Robin Wynne-Edwards (Sharks), and Peter Kraszewski, Brandon Tattersall & Ross Cameron; PHRF reps: Rob Colwell & Chris Walmsley
Regattas: regattas@kingstonyachtclub.ca Robert Weguelin
Radio Controlled: radiocontrolled@kingstonyachtclub.ca Paul Switzer & John Lowther
Community Club: community@kingstonyachtclub.ca Peter French
Women In Wind: wiw@kingstonyachtclub.ca Kate Simpson, Kim Garrett & Mary Wilson
Cruising: cruising@kingstonyachtclub.ca Bob Story & Rosemary Wilson
Able Sail Kingston: ask@kingstonyachtclub.ca Audrey Kobayashi & John Curtis
Sailing Committee:sailing@kingstonyachtclub.ca Ken Martin, Chair