Opted to start off w the Enjoy Buy. Big ole punch of earthy, floral hops.
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Darn, they make that stuff here and I can't get it.
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West 6th IPA at the Woodland Arts Fair.
Enjoyed an anchorage brewing darkest hour last night. A big Belgian stout with part aged in Pinot noir and part in rye whiskey barrels.
Unbelievable really. Up there with some of the best stouts I have ever tried.
The rye whiskey is apparent but not dominant. A slight amount of funkiness from the Pinot noir barrels.
It is pricy at $16 per 750 but well worth it.
Now the Coconut IPA. Not sure I'd pick it out if I didn't know it was in there, but it is creamy for an IPA, and I get some young coconut on the finish. Kinda nutty. Not bad at all.
Squatters IPA tonight, one of my regulars.
Mississippi Blonde a nice easy going brew but nothing to write home about either.
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