Asheville, North Carolina, home of Highland Brewing Company and this is a look at their Early’s Hoppy Wheat Ale. I must admit, this style has actually got me more involved with trying more wheat ales, which at one point I found to be kind of hum drum. This ale comes in at an ABV of 5% making it a highly sessionable level beer. I was pleased by the aroma and taste dually on this one, and it can be a fitting one for spring. But I don’t want to give too much away, so check out my review to gather my other thoughts on this American pale wheat ale.
Frederick, Maryland is the home of Flying Dog Brewery and just over a couple of hours away is the Rappahannock River which sits nestled in ...
Hailing from the state of Vermont is Long Trail Brewing and I had recently picked up one of their beers, the Harvest Barn Ale which you se...
Akron is home to Thirsty Dog Brewing Company and once a year, they release their 12 Dogs of Christmas Ale. This Winter Ale comes in at 8.3%...
Recently I had the pleasure of talking with Sarah Zomper Haney, General Manager and Marketing for Adelbert’s Brewery out of Austin, Texas ...
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