Dog Sports, Rally, Bulldogs with our friend Kerry Pottle...
Kerry is Drinking:
Mispillion Brewing, Reach Around IPA
Burley Oak Brewing, Sorry Chicky Sour Dry Hop Ale
At Burley Oak, we love our sour beers! We also love all the aromas you get from our IPA’s. By dry hopping this lacto-happy beer, we’ve created an extreme sensory experience.
Sarah is Drinking:
Prairie Artisan Ales, Birthday Bomb
Birthday Bomb! was conceived to celebrate three wonderful years of experimentation and fun loving flavors like the current incarnation with caramel sauce. Made in house by our brewers with nothing but black gloves and a propane tank. The rest is the complex mix of hops and malt with a healthy dose of the signature coffee and spices.
Rebecca is Drinking:
Brouwerij West, Dog Ate My Homework
Off Color Brewing, Growl
Quadrupel ale brewed with Nugget hops as well as dark candi syrup.
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Sam is Drinking:
We love hops with a bright, citrus-heavy character. We always wondered what it would be like to punch up the citrus while maintaining a crisp hop bite and balance. The result is this new take on the hoppy pale ale brewed with Cascade, Equinox, and Mandarina hops with a hint of orange peel from additions in both the brew kettle and the fermenter that tweak the classic hop profile and add a zesty pop of bright orange flavor.
Sarah is Drinking:
With this beer, we’re putting in a swimming pool! And if there’s enough
left over, we’re gonna fly you all down here to help us dedicate it.
Not your typical “Jelly of the Month Club” beer. Dark roasted malt and bittersweet cocoa and coffee flavor and aroma burst from this pitch black milk stout. The full body and sweetness are derived from the addition of lactose (aka milk sugar) which is not fermentable by beer yeast. A healthy dose of Nugget and Crystal hops provides a counterpoint to this ale’s rich and complex maltiness.
Rebecca is drinking:
This single hop ale showcases the Citra hop. Named for the largest T-rex fossil ever discovered, she roars with ferocious aromas of grapefruit, citrus, mango and evergreen. Delicate in body with a mild bite in the finish.