This is a Sour Brown Ale (see link below,) aged with cherries in oak barrels. If you're not familiar with sour beers, this will be a beer experience like none other. It's sweet, sour, smooth, yet complex, and always leaves you wanting more. The first time I had one, I was bewildered by such a brew, and about half way through the glass, I decided it to be one of the beers beers I've ever had. That still hold true today. This is a limited release, and only sold in Wisconsin, so hurry to the land of cheese and beer before it's gone!
Pictured below is their Belgian Red with loads of cherries. It makes the perfect desert beer, it's very sweet, so you might want to share the bottle with someone.
|Desert in a glass|
Several weeks ago I brewed a Porter with my fater in-law Larry. Two weeks ago, I kegged the beer along with a very strong pot of dark roast coffee, and what you see below is the end result. This young beer already had a thick foamy layer, leading to a smooth, and thick body for a very tasty beer. This one needs to age a bit, and maybe a touch more carbonation, but it is a winner. Thanks Larry for the help brewing, now you need to come over and help drink the "Old Man's Coffee Porter."
I'm going to keep this entry short, and in turn, will be adding another very soon. A few Iowa beers will be highlighted next time.