ineedasweetdistraction:

bearmountainbrewing:

Kind of forgot I had this down in the basement. With age, the oak is much more prominant than the hops, but still pretty tasty. Combine with some venture brothers and you got a relaxing start to the weekend…well, my weekend.

Interesting!  Arrogant Bastard is one that I’ve found is much better to sooner you drink it.  Never had the oak aged version though.

With some age and the oak, it has a kind of light barley wine thing going on.

ineedasweetdistraction:

bearmountainbrewing:

Kind of forgot I had this down in the basement. With age, the oak is much more prominant than the hops, but still pretty tasty. Combine with some venture brothers and you got a relaxing start to the weekend…well, my weekend.

Interesting!  Arrogant Bastard is one that I’ve found is much better to sooner you drink it.  Never had the oak aged version though.

With some age and the oak, it has a kind of light barley wine thing going on.

Kind of forgot I had this down in the basement. With age, the oak is much more prominant than the hops, but still pretty tasty. Combine with some venture brothers and you got a relaxing start to the weekend…well, my weekend.

Kind of forgot I had this down in the basement. With age, the oak is much more prominant than the hops, but still pretty tasty. Combine with some venture brothers and you got a relaxing start to the weekend…well, my weekend.

Anyone going to the Thursday session of GABF in october?

craftbeerlibrary:

bearmountainbrewing:

manchatbrewblog:

bearmountainbrewing:

There is going to be some barrel work soon too.

Oh man! When we can get our hands on some imperial pumpkin?! That sounds awesome!

I am not totally sure of the schedule, but I think it is available starting around October or November.

I’m more interested in the Sea Legs!

That should be available in the fall too. I am looking forward to it too. It is one of the only beers we produce that I have never had.

manchatbrewblog:

bearmountainbrewing:

There is going to be some barrel work soon too.

Oh man! When we can get our hands on some imperial pumpkin?! That sounds awesome!

I am not totally sure of the schedule, but I think it is available starting around October or November.

There is going to be some barrel work soon too.

fuckyeahbeer:

tastefullyoffensive:

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FuckYeahBeer!

Took a trip up to the roof to reset the glycol system this morning, so I figured I would snap a couple photos. One looking up at the 540 bbl fermenters and one of the sunrise just starting to happen.

Just got blasted in the face by some sticky wort (beer before it has been fermented) . Now I am all sticky. On the plus side, I smell like pumpkin beer.

drunksincerity:

brewgiehowser:

Sierra Nevada / Asheville Brewers Alliance “Tater Ridge” Scottish Ale: One of the more unique beers in the Beer Camp box, this one is brewed with sweet potatoes. Caramel malt aroma with almost a Munich or Vienna malt characteristic with a biscuity, amber profile. Slightly sweet. On the palate I get a lot of the biscuit and caramel malt with a handful of bitter citrus hops to balance. Toasty and peaty. Slightly sweet on the palate, which may contribute to the addition of the sweet potatoes, but otherwise I don’t taste sweet potatoes. No doubt that it does have an affect on the overall profile of the beer, though. Medium-minus body with moderate carbonation and head retention. I appreciate this beer a lot more than a younger me would have. Very palatable.

I want to try all the Beer Camp beers!! (Especially this one.)

drunksincerity:

brewgiehowser:

Sierra Nevada / Asheville Brewers Alliance “Tater Ridge” Scottish Ale: One of the more unique beers in the Beer Camp box, this one is brewed with sweet potatoes. Caramel malt aroma with almost a Munich or Vienna malt characteristic with a biscuity, amber profile. Slightly sweet. On the palate I get a lot of the biscuit and caramel malt with a handful of bitter citrus hops to balance. Toasty and peaty. Slightly sweet on the palate, which may contribute to the addition of the sweet potatoes, but otherwise I don’t taste sweet potatoes. No doubt that it does have an affect on the overall profile of the beer, though. Medium-minus body with moderate carbonation and head retention. I appreciate this beer a lot more than a younger me would have. Very palatable.

I want to try all the Beer Camp beers!! (Especially this one.)