An interesting ale. Secondary fermentation with Brettanomyces, white wine yeast, elderflower and the namesake fruits results in a dry, funky and slightly tart beer. I’m not really getting apples or pears at all, but I am getting an essence of fruit. 4.3% ABV.
Omnipollo Noa Pecan Mud Stout was just the thing, after 36.8 miles and 4 beer stops, while soaking in hot water up to our necks. Yummy can of dessert in a pool safe decanter.
The Torrance, CA brewer, Absolution Brewing Company, has expanded south. Absolution By The Sea recently took over the old La Jolla Brewing space. Currently pouring pints and half pints only. I tasted The Wicked and the 405. Between the hefe and the standard blond, the Peach Blond was no longer available, she chose the blond. […]
L to R Enormous Schwanzstucker, Goo Goo Muck IPA, 2am Bike Ride and Watermelon Jazz Hands.
…and a Gold Record for the lady.
In preparation for tomorrows can realease…making sure the product is up to standard. Mmm..think I need to make more sure.
I enjoyed this on draft a few times at the brewery and was happy to see it in cans. I was told that the Ext. varies with each change-up to the recipe. I enjoyed the can as well. Mild lemon citrus hop flavors with mild bitterness and 6.7% ABV.
Yep, this will work. Sadly, it’s my last one…and at the same time surprised it lasted as long as it did.
Greatly enjoy our stop at the soft opening of Eppig Brewing Waterfront Biergarten in Point Loma just a block east of Shelter Island. Tasty beer and nice outside deck overlooking the harbor. We enjoyed the Tootie Fruity, Moment of Weakness, The Wolf and Count Maltula. Yum. We will be back soon.
In the old San Diego Beer Co. location at 6th and Broadway. We tried the cream ale, hefe, session IPA and IPA, and all agreed that the hefe was the fav.