Banana and ripe peach aromas give way to flavors of bubble gum, grapefruit rind, and, most distinctly, honeysuckle flowers, which are added to the brew
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The 5.1-percent-alcohol beer features 40 pounds of Cascade hops added to the brew kettle within hours of being picked from the vines at Organarchy Farm in Oldtown, Md.
Spectre is an IPA fermented with Bluejacket’s house strain of Brettanomyces bruxellensis, a yeast known for the funky, earthy character it imparts.
The British-style old ale is a collaboration between Jack Rose Beer Director Nahem Simon and Devils Backbone Brewmaster Jason Oliver.
Like other light lagers, this 4.9-percent-alcohol, golden-hued brew is dry, refreshing, and easily quaffable.
True to its name, Take 5 will make you want to do just that—set aside your work and your worries and take a sip (or five).
Its aroma pairs luscious tangerine and tropical fruit with the acidic bite of citrus.
The beer, brewed with a Saison yeast and Galaxy and Lublin hops, is medium-bodied and lightly carbonated.
The Belgian-style stout was brewed with Green Bullet hops and horopito pepper leaves from the kiwi isles and then aged in pinot noir barrels.
This year’s La Folie is drawn from 13 different foeders and is perhaps the best and most complex yet.