Arrived at Bridger Brewing at 7:55pm, sat at 7:58 and per Montana law last beer served at 8pm. Immediately ordered 2 IPAs and not disappointed. Well..sorta disappointed that I didn’t review the beer list a bit and pick 2 different beers, but happy with what I have. Old school IPA with the malt body to […]
Pleasantly surprised. Piney and resinous with nice hop flavors/bitterness and clean finish. All that and 6.3% ABV. From Bozeman, Montana’s Julius Lehrkind Brewing.
They were out of the barrel-aged horchata beer, and couldn’t get a taste of the Zonkers imperial stout as it was only in a can. Otherwise, top to bottom list starts just past 3-oclock with Jenny front right. Nitro beer ain’t in the pic.
I’m getting nice tropical fruit notes of pineapple and mango from local Highlander She grabbed the Old Faithful Ale, an easy drinking ale more red than golden, and virtually zero bitterness.
…a refreshing pale ale (on R), from Kettlehouse Brewing, for me and Salmon Fly Honey Rye, from Madison River Brewing, for the lady.
…from Outlaw Brewing front and center, the Juice Double IPA (R) from Madison River Brewing and Cold Smoke Scottish Ale (L) from Kettlehouse Brewing.
…wha, wha, what’s it all about? My last can of Check Your Hops. Need, need, need to get some more, but first, first get my ass up off the floor.
Flavor-wise, an unfiltered double IPA with piney and resinous hop characteristics and malty base with no residual sweetness. Discretion Brewing’s annual release in celebration of independence day. With numbers like 8.9% and 74 IBU… what more could you ask for? Oddly worded on the can. Double hazy implies double the haze, unlike a hazy double […]
Super juicy murky IPA from Pure Project. Comes with a nose of tangerine and pineapple, and a pillowy-soft mouth-feel. All that and 6.9% ABV.
North Park Beer Co’s 4th anniversary beer is a super juicy hazy triple IPA with nice notes of pineapple and mango. Though you can smell the alcohol I would not have guessed 10% ABV. It’s like a prize for being good today.