Two regular dudes who happen to be huge fans of American craft beer.
Yesterday was basketball while today brings on the eve of the end of the week while getting together with the Thursday night American craft beer group. Steve made his first appearance in several months. I let him know that the 1st of December will be my last beer in this year long adventure and that I would make it worth his time to show up for the celebration. This isn’t a detailed preview of what we will have on that evening but what American craft beer found it’s way into my belly for number 351.
Provisions Series – Tart of Darkness by The Bruery came by way of a transaction a month or so ago. An American Wild Ale, Tart of Darkness name does not mislead. A mellow stout makes up the backbone while a sour cherry assaults boldly.
The low ABV, 5%, makes this a very easy drinker while the balance of tart and underlying stout make for a wonderful bouquet and all around beer. Nicely done. Enjoy!
Aroma: 10 (25%), Taste: 9 (25%), Look: 9 (15%), Drinkability: 10 (35%), Overall: 9.6
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