http://americanbeertv.net - Today we taste Firestone Walker's flagship beer and oak fermented daily drinking ale, Double Barrel Pale ale. At 5% ABV, this one is a sessionable, mellow pale ale, rounded out with subtle hints of oak. Leave some comments and let us know what you think!
http://americanbeertv.net Bring on the Funk! Check out the description below from avery's website! Beer Style: Barrel-Aged Wild Ale, not brewed to any known style Malt Variety: Two-row barley, dehusked carafa, honey malt, carafa 3, chocolate malt OG: 1.074 ABV: 8.7% IBUs: 25 Barrels: Red Zinfandel barrels from Norman Vineyards in Paso Robles, CA. Color: Dark brown with ruby corners Availability: One and done. 694 cases produced. Bottled February 10th, 2009. Grab it if you can find it! Experimentation. Ales and lagers that defy styles or categories. This is what we are about: our driving force, our passion. To further facilitate this innovative spirit, we've developed our Barrel-Aged Series where anything, and we mean ANYTHING, goes! Brewed for those as adventurous as we are! No. 1, Brabant, is a luscious dark ale fermented with two strains of wild yeast (Brettanomyces) then aged for 8 months in Zinfandel barrels.
http://americanbeertv.net : We've got another daily drinker review for you, Firestone Walkers Union Jack IPA. 7.5% ABV. This one is not aged in barrels, which is a little rare for Firestone. It's got a rather sweet taste, and not overwhelming on hops, but still with enough hops to let you know that it's an IPA. Overall a good american craft beer.
http://americanbeertv.net:Todays offering is 100% american craft beer! Sierra Nevada's Estate Ale is made entirely from ingredients grown on their terroir in Chico, CA. Clocking in at 6.7%abv,this beer has a fresh, natural,and green flavor.