Another Sunday #BeerChurch Bottle Share with some solid brews! Read on to see what bottles we popped!
This lovely lambic brewed in the traditional style pours a beautiful golden color with a nice haze and aromas of lemon-lime, grass and hay, and notes of white pepper. Taste follow up matching with lime forward citrus and a slight and pleasant barnyard funkiness.
This beer is 85% of their "Blondine", their sour wheat ale that we also have in the fridge, aged on dried Hibiscus flowers. It is a pretty reddish copper color and has wonderful aromas of mixed berries and a nice tart and fruity flavors.
Pours a hazy straw with aromas heavy with strawberry and lemon rind on the back end. The mouthfeel is thinner than expected with flavors of over ripe strawberries and sort of Cap'n Crunch Berries.
This amazing beer pours a cranberry-ish red with a slight brown tinge with wonderful aromas of tart berries with a slight oakiness and flavors complimenting of mixed berries and a pleasantly tart and nutty finish
This delicious IPA from the great folks up the road at Gnarly Barley pours hazy with a color of light straw. Aromas are bursting with tropical fruit such as papaya, pineapple, and mango with juicy hop forward flavors of passion fruit with a nice piney finish.
This legendary offering from New Holland pours a dark black and thick with aromas of chocolate, vanilla, oak, and caramel with flavors to match with bittersweet chocolate, oak, and a nice alcohol heat on the back end.
This decadent brew pours thick black with a thin khaki head with aromas of Bourbon-y booze, semi-sweet chocolate, toffee, and slight coffee, vanilla and oakey finish. Flavor is what would be expected, big and boozy with notes of whiskey, oak, caramel sauce, dark fruits, and cacao.
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