Tropical, tart, and thick, this smoothie sour is brewed with copious amounts of passion fruit, mango, and coconut. Lactose adds sweetness and creaminess to balance out the extreme tartness. It's a lot of everything, folks, and its great! Not much of a supply chain issue to get this delicious beverage in your mouth!!
Full-bodied Scottish style amber ale is complex and intriguing. At 6.7% ABV and 30 IBUs, enjoy roasted malt, toffee, and caramel flavors with similar aromas and a rich alcohol finish. Pair this bew with a pot roast, ham and bean soup, sweet and salty charcuterie and pecan pie!! Cattle Kate was not only Scottish, but considered and outlaw of Wyoming and the first woman hanged for allegedly rustling cattle on a wealthy ranchers land... however, Cattle Kate acquired homestead rights with water resources vital to the rancher (her accuser) prior to being hanged. Coincidence? We think not.
Speed Goat is a golden ale loaded with 2-row and C-15 on the malt side and featuring subtle use of Willamette hops for bittering and aroma. Locally produced Bryant Honey from Worland provides a crisp dryness with a slight honey finish. Easy drinking for folks born and raised on lighter fare, the Speed Goat may go fast, just like its namesake.
Named for the ancient Roman goddess of fruitful abundance, Pomona bestows big, berry-forward flavors and a delightful sour pop to wanton beer drinkers. Originally created for the Avery Invitational Small Batch Challenge, this juicy and tart ale packed with forbidden fruits has generated a fervent following amongst Avery loyalists. At 6.5% ABV, this temptingly tart ale will guide you to the celestial plane of true barrel-aged sour
Nico from San Pascual Baylon in Cholula, Mexico, is back to help create a beer based on one of his favorite drinks, Cafe de Olla, or Mexican Coffee. Cafe de olla is a bittersweet coffee drink spiced with cinnamon, anise, and cloves, with a slight back taste of orange peel, and all the sweetness of the piloncillo, a Mexican unrefined cane sugar.
We all love Princess Yum yum, the Raspberry Kolsch that proves there is a pretty pink princess in all of us. And now we think theres some room to experiment with other yummy yummy fruits. In this batch we swapped out the Raspberries for Blueberries. Slightly tart, but sweet and bursting with blueberry yummy goodness. - picture file is Denver Beer Company Blueberry Yum Yum Kolsch