Mothman Black IPA is described as “a balanced bitterness of citrus, hints of floral, with a touch of roasted toffee and chocolate”. It is made by Greenbrier Valley Brewing Company out of West Virginia. This specific drink has a
Beast of Bodmin Moor is “deep chestnut red ale, great complex malt flavours with a berry, fruity bitter finish.” Made by Penpoint Brewery, this alcohol has a 5.0% ABV and is from Cornwall, England.
Brewed in Mexicali, Mexico, ChupacabrasPale Ale is made by
Cervecería Cucapá. Its ABV is 5.8% and it is described as “tastes like hops, caramel, malt and shows notes of fruit, toasted bread.”
Yeti Imperial Stout is an umbrella that covers several different beers including:
Yeti Imperial Stout, Oak Aged Yeti, Espresso Oak Aged Yeti, Chocolate Oak Aged Yeti, Belgian Yeti, and Oatmeal Yeti. The brewery is located in Denver, Colorado and is called Great Divide. Yeti Imperial’s ABV is 9.5%.
Looks like winter has come and gone, but that certainly didn’t stop me from enjoying some big bruising snowy night brews last month. I may have given out as many 9+’s as ever before, so if you’re looking for great beer, the March reviews might not be a bad place to start. Anyway, my top three are all stouts aged in some type of barrel, which is fine by me.
Winner: Great Divide Espresso Oak Aged Yeti
Second Place: Hoppin’ Frog Barrel Aged BORIS
Third Place: Mikkeller Beer Geek Brunch Weasel (Cognac Barrel Aged)