Caramel and toffee sweetness mix with warming alcohol…very nice.
She chose Windowsill from The Bruery, whilst I chose Rip Currant Lulupin Lust..
I have no idea what a Cape Gooseberry is, but we enjoyed this 11+% ABV beverage straight from our coffee cups whilst strolling along the beach.
An 8.7% ABV German-style weizenbock… per the label one of Patrick’s original homebrew recipes. A little sweet for my taste.
A bottle shop with draft beer and food. I had the Fleur de Houblon from Ommegang, a Belgian style pale ale, and the boy had the Humulus Lager, listed as an American pilsner, from the Bruery. no way did that taste like a pilsner…more like an IPL.
Getting into the Christmas spirit with this yummy Belgian Golden Ale with pineapple and spices by The Bruery!
Great oak-aged sour stout from The Bruery Provisions Series! Paired nicely with our Thai food…
White Oak (looks like a latte) to go for our walk down the beach… Very enjoyable bourbon barrel aged wheat; mild and refreshing with the bourbon flavor sneaking up as it warms…
Picked up this collaboration beer by Cigar City and The Bruery from a great “store” while in Florida… Described as a high gravity beer with coriander, ginger and sweet orange peel aged on cedar wood spirals. Interesting!
Enjoying a Saison de Lente from The Bruery on Fat Tuesday in anticipation of Lent… No, we are not giving up beer!