Revolution Bottom Up Wit Tapped
By scot in Beer, Midwest Beer News on Thursday, February 11th, 2010
Revolution Brewing in Chicago opened its doors about ten days ago becoming the third brewery to open in Chicago over the past three years. Very needed and welcome additions to the American craft beer industry in such a beer starved area.
Well they are off and tapping more beers and, it sounds like, adding to their rotation of beers. From their blog:
Today we tapped our newest house brew, Bottom Up Wit. It’s a departure from the rest of our beers as it has little hop flavor and is comes out out hazy from the special yeast we use and all the wheat in the recipe. air max thea femmes It’s a refreshing beer that we plan to keep around all year, although I think it is best suited to the warmer months. We grind up coriander seeds and throw them in to boiling kettle near the end of the 90 minute boil with some dried, bitter orange peel for that spicy flavor you expect from a witbier.
Since I always root for the home team, here is hoping that Revolution makes a big splash in the craft beer industry. Enjoy!
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