Two regular dudes who happen to be huge fans of American craft beer.
American craft beer is creative to say the least. That is the entire idea behind craft beer: push the boundaries of style and quite possibly create some new ones along the way. I think many American craft breweries are doing just that.
Truck Stop Honey Brown Ale by Back Forty Brewing Company doesn’t exactly break the mold but the addition of the honey and honey malt really make this beer for me. I really like honey and having it a beer and/or style that I am not used to seeing it in, makes my taste buds happy.
Truck Stop Honey has a good but mild bouquet while the taste definitely picks it up a notch and delivers. The beer is refreshing, crisp, and easy drinking on a very warm evening. So much so that I didn’t realize the beer was three-quarters gone in a matter of writing the review. Enjoy!
Aroma: 7 (25%), Taste: 8 (25%), Look: 9 (15%), Drinkability: 8 (35%), Overall: 7.9
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