Tagged: The Bruery

The Bruery Coton

The Bruery Coton is an Old Ale. Bottle number 05952, this was their 2nd anniversary ale released in 2010 (aged 2 years). It is 75% ale and 25% ale aged in bourbon barrels. I found...

The Bruery Saison Rue

The Bruery Saison Rue is a Farmhouse Ale brewed with rye and brett. I notice first that this is dry and spicy with solid bit of funk. The rye is evident right away, but there...

The Bruery Mischief

The Bruery Mischief is a Belgian Strong Pale Ale. This starts out very bright and hoppy, which is mixing well with a nice bit of carbonation. The hops are both earthy and citrusy with notes...

The Bruery Trade Winds

The Bruery Trade Winds uses a mix of Belgian and Southeast Asian ingredients to make this non-traditional Tripel. Rice replaces the candi sugar and it is spiced with Thai Basil. The result is a lighter...

The Bruery Rugbrød

The Bruery Rugbrød is a rich and sweet Rye Beer with some low carbonation and a bit of a syrupy mouth-feel. Flavors of raisins and plums, toasted/nutty bread, mildly spicy rye, caramel, and a general...

The Bruery White Oak

The Bruery White Oak is an American Wheatwine that is 50% ale and 50% ale aged in bourbon barrels. This bottle has been aged 7 months. Lots of sweet wheat/malt is complimented by notes of...

The Bruery Mother Funker

A Sour Blonde Ale aged in oak barrels, The Bruery Mother Funker is a part of their Provisions Series. Both very sweet and very sour. Tart sour apple that becomes more of a sour...