This blog has been all about the Year Of Beer, but my general life philosophy is that life is full of adventures and one of the best things in life you can collect is experiences. Experiences are what make us interesting human beings and give us a way to understand the world around us. Not everyone needs to have the same experiences, but go out and have as many adventures as you can! This past weekend I had a great experience at Real Art Ways. They have a pop up combination art installation, maple syrup boiling and community steam room. They created a pop up steam room in the parking lot of the Real Art Ways parking lot. The steam is pumped into the room through a series of pipes connected to the maple syrup production equipment. Now the first thing that everyone seems to ask is, “So does it smell like maple syrup?”, “Is it pumping maple steam into the room?”, “Will I get sticky?”. The answer is no. The maple syrup is in container in the maple shack. Those containers are in water. The water is boiled to keep the maple sap boiling so it will turn into maple syrup. That water creates a large quantity of steam. The steam is pumped into the steam room.
I really like the idea of a community steam room where people can come, sit, visit with others, and enjoy the health benefits of the steam room.
Steam baths date back to the Roman times. They were a place where people from all socioeconomic strata of society could come and mingle. There are many cultures who use steam baths. Some famous ones include Russian baths, Turkish, baths, and Japanese Sento baths. Saunas, a cousin to the steam bath are popular in even more of a variety of countries.
Steam rooms help with circulation, help to detox the body, and open airways. For me, especially in the winter, I am constantly congested with terrible sinus pressure. I spent an hour in the steam room and I could breathe again. My body felt lighter. I had more energy and generally just felt amazing. It was a great experience. There were people of all ages and backgrounds there enjoying the room.
They charge $10 per half hour and offer clean towels and disposable flip flops for your use. There is a small changing room before you enter the steam room, but you could also change in Real Art Ways and come out in a bathrobe you bring from home. They suggest bringing your bathing suit, but some people just wore shorts and a t-shirt or something similar. Be sure to bring clean clothes to change into after as what you wear in the steam room will be soaking wet.
I went on March 16th 2019. They will be there for a few more weeks, then it will move to Keeny Park in Hartford. Signing up for time slots ahead of time is advised for busy times. They had “tree juice” which you could taste. It was great. I say it was like coconut water, but with a hint of maple flavor and sweetness.
I went on a Wednesday in late February. It was very busy for a midweek night. The weather was cold. There were some clumps of snow on the ground, but none on the street or parking lot. Alvarium, defined, means bee hive. They definitely have a beehive, or hex design theme going on. I kinda wanted to see them experiment with honey beer, but sadly I didn’t see much of that. Feels like with a name like Alvarium there needs to be a signature honey beer on tap, but that’s just my opinion. (if you are listening Alvarium my opinion is obviously the most important, so get on that…) I loved the hex honeycomb lights hanging from the ceiling. Generally I found the whole theme fun.
Food trucks are often there are weekends. I was there on a Wed, so there wasn’t a food truck.
It had a hopping (see what I did there) atmosphere. They had a paint night going on. They tap room is in loosely 3 open floor plan sections. The first, when you walk into the taproom, is a large area with long tables. This was where they were having the paint night. There is a very long bar area, then some very comfy couches. The staff are very friendly. It feels like a very inviting local hangout where you go with your friends and to make new ones. Out back there is a great outdoor seating area that was completely covered in snow, but in the summer has promise to be a great space!
The bathrooms were single non-gendered bathrooms. There were two of them. They were not tidy, but not dirty. They were well stocked.
They offer very select cans, and they fill growlers. I think the only thing they offer in cans is IPA.
Service: Taylor was nice. She was a bartender. She had quick answers to questions and knew what she was talking about.
We talked to Brian Bugnacki. He is one of the owners. He showed us the cold room and told us about the new beers they were developing and how they designed the cold room and the brewery. Brian was great and it was so interesting to see all the specialization they have done to their cold room.
So, let’s talk about their beer. I was very impressed by the variety, quality, and number of beers offered. They offer a wide range options from very light IPAs to stouts. They don’t just offer the predictable selections, but they have impressive creative range.
Tangerine Pale Ale: As it is perfectly clear to anyone who has read this blog, I do not like IPA. I didn’t order this one for myself. I went with someone. He ordered it and I tried it. I found it obviously hoppy, but not too much. It was mild. There was a bitter citrus. It wasn’t terrible (and that means a lot coming from me). I’m not saying I loved it, but for an IPA I could drink it.
Ripe Pomegranate Sour: This one was great. I really liked it. It was not too tart, more cidery. There was a pleasant cidery after taste. It was crisp and bubbly on the tongue. The pomegranate is not a strong flavor, but the overall beer is delicious and very drinkable.
Crunch Roll Japanese Rice Lager: I was super excited to try this beer. When I saw it on the tap list I was instantly intrigued. It has a distinct acidic flavor, but hard liquor aftertaste. I was getting some interesting flavors maybe honey maybe lemongrass? There was some bitterness on the back of the swallow. I liked the beer. It was very different, interesting, and I liked the oddness. It made my mouth think.
Griff Vienna Lager: It was very nutty. It had a full body and was smooth very smooth. I liked it a LOT I usually like Lagers fine, but aren’t overly excited about them. This one changed my mind on Lagers. I loved how smooth and nutty it was. A Sheer delight! I would say this was my favorite of my flight.
Pug Life Coffee Porter: So I’m not a huge fan of it. I don’t like adding coffee to my dark beers. (I’m not the only one either I’ve been to a lot of breweries and it is, in fact, a trend when talking to people. There are those who like it, but there are generally more that don’t.) Back to Pug Life. It had a milder coffee flavor. There were notes of Chicory, but not strong. It was nutty. It advertised coco nubs, but I got not of chocolate flavor out of it. Overall, it was a standard inoffensive but uninspired coffee porter. I would have been much more interested in them leaving the coffee out and going all chips in with the chicory flavors. That would have been very intriguing.
The Hoff an Imperial Porter: I do like the name. I love fun names of beers. I’m a sucker for them. So they advertised coconut. It has coconut in spades, but a creamy coconut. I found it a bit too sweet, like they put some kind of concentrate in it, but a bit too much. Chocolate coconut is the after taste that that stays hovering in your mouth. Coconut is also the forward tasted. I wish more malts came through. Overall it isn’t a bad beer, especially if you love coconut.
Parking: There is plenty of parking. Especially at night when the other businesses are closed.
The area is not one you should walk to. It is on a main road without sidewalks. The parking lot was lit and seemed fine, but it is not a “walk to” venue.
Overall: I liked the place a lot. OK, so not while I was there, but seems like the peeps at Alvarium have got a honey IPA on tap right now (as in not necessarily when you read this, but when I write this. In case it was in any way confusing to the populus). It is called Honey Shot. It is a double IPA. Blah. They need some honey in a lager or something not so hoppy. I really liked the multi section setup. There are 3 sections in the open floor plan that really lend themselves to a variety of situations for which people might come to a brewery. I liked the people, very friendly and willing to talk. It was clean and contemporary. They had a variety of styles of beer and several options within each style.
Why you should go: They have a great tap room set up. They seem to have events there, and even on a Wed night in Feb it seemed busy and bustling. They have a wide and varied beer list with something for every taste. I really loved getting an entire flight of beer with options none of which was an IPA. I didn’t even try all of their non-IPA options that night.
What could be improved: More experimentation with Honey in beer! I don’t really have a lot of complaints. I would like to see some non-IPA in cans. I would love to see that Crunchy Roll in a can, or the Grif Lager I loved so much! I’m not yet ready to commit to growlers. I don’t drink enough by myself in my home that I’m afraid it would go flat by the time I got to it. If I drink at home, I have like 1 beer, and that is maybe once or twice a week if I am NOT going out.
I went mid February on a Sunday towards the end of the day. They were very busy. There were 3 of us, and originally we couldn’t find a place to sit. We found a bar area for 2 of us with 1 standing, then someone vacated their table, and we swooped in and nabbed it. It was a cold, but otherwise sunny, beautiful, and snow free day.
They do not sell food. They sell only select beer in cans and fill growlers. There was a food truck outside for BBQ. It looked good. I didn’t get anything, but my friends did get something right before they left. I don’t know if it was good or not, but walking past the BBQ food truck smelled delicious. The food truck was for Thomas Smokey Pit Stop.
Atmosphere/vibe: Live cover music. Loud… lots of dogs. Lots of varied seating, lots of plugs everywhere for phones. With exposed brick, shiney wood, hanging numbered mug over the bar, and a variety of seating options, it has a fun, lively atmosphere. The building has a set up to be friendly to wheelchairs. It is a longish brick building with a small but adequate parking lot. It is in a revitalized industrial area with old mills converted into businesses and apartments. This building looks newer and is set apart from the other larger mills. There are flame simulated torches outside. They haven’t even been open a year yet. They opened in Aug 2018.
Very friendly bartenders that were fun and talkative, but expeditious and multitasking. It was very busy, and the bartenders were doing a very good job keeping up with everything while still bringing a lively vibe.
Beer: I really love their flight layout. It is a circle, unlike the usual rectangular I’ve seen at most breweries. It is charming. I was charmed. 5 snifter glasses are part of a flight. Did I mention I was charmed? Charmed I say.
Wyvern’s boysenberry: This is a wheat beer. It was excellent very fruity, but not overly sweet or unnecessarily saacrine. Many fruit beers make the mistake of being too sweet. The Wyvern’s Boysenberry does not make that mistake. The beer has lovely color, very appealing. Just writing about it now makes me kinda want one. If you head there and they have it on tap you need to try it.
Imperial Stout: While not listed on their description, this is a coffee stout. It smells like coffee grounds, as opposed to smelling like coffee itself. They are two distinct flavors and smells. It tastes like chocolate covered espresso beans. I’m not a fan of coffee beer as a general rule. If you like coffee beer then you should try this. It is a unique beer worth trying. The taste in my mouth after is nice. I wouldn’t want to drink a lot of it, but I did really like the after taste in my mouth.
Baba Yaga: This a berliner weisse. It was tart, but not pucker your mouth into wrinkles tart. I liked it. I really loved the name. It advertised cranberry. I don’t remember much cranberry, but I really did like it anyway.
Wail of the Banshee. This is a Scottish ale. It claims caramel notes and butterscotch. I get caramel notes with a light efervescent after taste. I sadly did not get butterscotch. I did like it.
Bugbear: This is a strong bitter bear. It is very bread-dy but not too bitter. It claims caramel notes, but I didn’t get caramel notes. It was a fine bear. Not my favorite from the flight, but it is a solid beer. It really reminds me of a nutty bread.
Cloverleigh: I don’t have a lot to say about this one. It is a completely me issue. It has a very strong clove flavor… too strong. I’m not a fan of cloves.
Parking: There is an adequate parking lot.
The area is safe, but I don’t believe it would be safe to walk there. There aren’t any sidewalks on the main street, or any lighting. If you are going there at night, then drive, don’t walk. That is, unless, you like at one of those mills converted into apartments. That would be a fine jaunt.
I was very impressed by Labyrinth Brewery. It has a nice vibe, a comfortable tap room. I liked the variety of beer they had. I wasn’t thrilled with the music. It was loud and mediocre, but the brewery itself was really good. I plan on going back after the Year of Beer is over.
Why you should go: Good beer. Like I said before, they have a large selection of beer. They show their chops by having a variety of well made beers. They don’t limit themselves to IPAs, remember this is just their first year open, and most new breweries do. They have solid beers, a fun and energetic tap room with a variety of seating. There is bar seating for communal drinking. There are tables for groups. There are secondary standing ledges. It has a variety of areas to maximize the amount of people who can comfortably drink beer in the taproom.
What could be improved: Not a lot of complaints. I didn’t like the clove beer, but that isn’t on them. I just don’t like cloves. I didn’t like the live music, but also that isn’t on them. Really, I think this is a solid brewery that anyone interested in beer and lives in Ct should show up to and give them a fair shake.
I went on a Sunday in mid-February mid afternoon. The place has 2 small rooms and was decently busy.
They do not offer food, however, they encourage bringing a lunch, or ordering take out or deliver from local restaurants. I went with friends and we stopped at a restaurant called Shady Glen. It was an… interesting restaurant. The outside ring were where the booths and counter service seats were located. The inside ring was where the cooks cooked and the wait staff walked. They never left the inside ring. It is a place lost in the 50s. Not just merely a 50’s style diner, but rather a restaurant where the prices, decor, outfits, and cash only payment style hasn’t changed in the last 5 decades… at least. Food was good and cheap, but this blog is about beer, so let’s get back to 2nd Bridge Brewery.
It wasn’t quite a sports pub, but more a small town UK pub that sports fans hang out at. Dogs were welcome. We actually saw a group with a dog later that day at another brewery as my friends and I went to 3 breweries throughout the day. There were tables with benches against the wall, high top tables in the middle of the main room, and then counter seats by the taps. In the smaller first room there were a few tables and a dart board against the wall. There were scarves of UK teams hanging up around and sportsball on a TV, but there was also local art on the wall. It didn’t have a sports bar vibe, but rather long hang out where many are interested in sportsball.
Service was good. We could easily get the attention of bartenders when we wanted them. We didn’t sit at the bar, but at one of the high tables in the middle of the room. Jasmine was friendly and knowledgeable. You can tell when people are enjoying their day and interacting with people.
What about the Beer?
They didn’t have a large selection of beers I was interested it and we were hitting 3 breweries that day, so I split a flight with a friend. That way we both could taste multiple, but since I was driving I wouldn’t have too much.
Sock Hop: It had a neat crisp tart clean taste… not too much apple, not too strong. This was an apple beer that I believe was a guest tap.
Know your onions: It was strong, verging on Medicinal. This was an English strong bitter ale. It is something that is interesting, worth trying, but an acquired taste. You need to enjoy a bitter beer to enjoy this.
Brug Heght: It is a dark Belgian with front bitter that turns smooth upon more drinking. It was my favorite of the beers we had there. It is very malty.
It has an adequate parking lot. The brewery is not particularly safe to walk to. There are no sidewalks on the main busy street, which is not lit at night. This is an old industrial part of town. It is definitely somewhere you drive to. There are other businesses in this old industrial factory complex. Most of them aren’t going to be open during the brewery’s hours, so the parking lot will be more or less available.
Overall: I liked it. I liked the bartender, Jasmine. I liked the beer, I liked the ambience, even if it wasn’t catered to me.
Why you should go: They have interesting beers. I really liked their dark Belgian. If you like UK football (soccer) It is a great atmosphere for watching matches. It is cozy and comfortable. I like that they have a guest tap cider option.
What could be improved: They are a small brewery so they don’t always have a lot of options on tap. More options as they expand would be great.
HoursWed. & Thurs. – 3PM to 8PM Fri. & Sat. – 12PM to 9PM Sun. – 12PM to 6PM
I went on a Sat with some friends. We pulled into the parking lot right at noon. I thought I would be the first there, but there was already some people at the bar. We got a table right next to the bar. It wasn’t very busy right at opening. There were about 3 or 4 people at the bar.
They do not offer food. We got there right when they were opening, and there was a food truck parked outside that was preparing for food service. It looks like that is a normal set up. The food truck looked interesting.
Back in the brewing room there was a woman setting up tables which looked like for a party. I’m guessing that they have birthday parties and such. The main tasting room was VERY big. It was a very large room. Off of the main room (although glass french doors were closed) was another good sized room. I can see this room being used for events, or private parties. This place has space in spades. It had an “airplane theme” with pictures of airplanes, vintage propellers, etc. The whole place had a very “man cave” restaurant theme. There were big tvs with sportsball on them. It really went with the man/bar restaurant vibe. If you are into the sports theme restaurant bar, it has it in spades. I went with 2 friends on a Sat morning in early February. They had the inside decorated for Valentines Day with pink and red paper lanterns hanging from the ceiling. The place had a VERY “restaurant feel”, but they do not serve food which felt a little disconnected. The bathrooms were VERY clean. Probably the cleanest bathrooms in a brewery/bar that I’ve seen. The whole place was very clean.
There is no table service or food service. You can go up to the bar to order your beer. Service is acceptable, no complaints of negligence. It was not overly engaging. A lot of the breweries, maybe because of their small taprooms, seem intimate like you are part of something even if you aren’t engaging. This has such a large room, which I think is great. I hate showing up to a brewery, especially with several people, and can’t find a seat. No problems here, but couple that with lack of homey engagement from staff it feels a little… stiff. It would have been nicer to have a little more engagement with staff. I like to talk about the beers and brewing. They had the aura of “we are here to help you if you need help, otherwise we are busy.”
The Ct River Valley Brewing Company is a very IPA heavy brewery. I didn’t try any of the IPA, because I don’t like IPA. I did like that they had half pours. I’m not sure if they do flights, but I liked that they have half pours so that you can try several or one. They have cans. I was disappointed. They had a sour on their tap list, but it was crossed out. They did have a sour in cans. Had they had the sour on tap and I tried it, I would have been very likely to buy it in cans. Sours don’t get canned often at breweries.
They did have a stout on tap, but it was a coffee stout, which I’m not a big fan of. I ended up ordering a half pour of the Double wasp Doppelbock lager. One of my friends ordered the Ace of Aces Lager. She does not like hoppy beer, but she enjoyed the lager very much. Her words were “When I burp it has a good flavor.” “I don’t know how to talk about beers, but I could say it was crisp.” “It’s not very bitter.”
I enjoyed the Double Wasp as well. It had a nice flavor. It was creamy, a little sweet, but I wouldn’t say it was a “Sweet” beer, it just had a little sweetness to it. There were a little nutty toasty to the flavor. I liked it.
I have to say the artwork on the cans is great. Really awesome artwork. I was really disappointed they did not have a sour on tap.
Plenty of parking. There is no lack of parking. There are handicaps spots, and there aren’t any steps to get inside. It is very handicap friendly, however all of the bar stools and high tops (near the bar) are going to be difficult for handicapped. There are shorter tables farther away from the bar, but then anyone in a wheelchair will be quite a ways away from the bar.
Area and safety
It is in a rural area. Easy to pass as they do not have a large sign on the building and do not have a logo sign out at the street. It is set back from the street. The area seems like a safe parking lot at night, but I wouldn’t walk there at night. It is a busy main road that doesn’t seem lit for pedestrians and doesn’t have sidewalks.
Overall: It lacks the intimate vibe that many of the breweries in Ct have. It feels more like a chain restaurant. I think this could be combated by adding homey elements. It seems like it would be easy to rearrange their VERY LARGE tap room into areas, perhaps some comfy couches and chairs in little intimate seating areas. Maybe adding some kind of break up of the restaurant-like rows of tables. The very beige walls didn’t help. Dunno… It just felt very chain-restaurant. I wanted something more intimate and homey. They seem to have a great following, so that might be my opinion.
Why you should go: If you like the sports bar guys restaurant vibe it is the vibe for you. They have a lot of IPAs. They seem to be able to accommodate private parties with a separate room. They are very clean and have lots of space and parking. They seem to have events like beer and chocolate pairings. Several advertisements were poste on this.
What could be improved: They don’t have a lot of non-IPA selections, but the 2 we tried were good. If you are looking for the local craft brewery intimate feel it doesn’t have it. It has more of a generic dude chain sports restaurant vibe. The staff weren’t very interactive.
Anyone even remotely aware of the craft brewery scene is aware of a few basic facts.
Breweries seem to really rely on the sticker as a marketing strategy. I have also seen very few people actively use them…
People who frequent craft breweries seem to like growlers.
Growlers are glass jugs of various sizes and bedecked with various designs and logos that can be filled (but not consumed) at the breweries. They are taken home and consumed rather quickly to preserve quality
So… I have yet to get into the growler thing. I’m not opposed… but I just haven’t done it. They are an awkward size to fit in my fridge. I don’t consume large amounts of beer by myself at home. Occasionally I will like opening a beer in the evening, but that is a lot of commitment to beer drinking in a short span. Being the only beer drinker in the house (My toddler is firmly in the apple juice camp and my husband doesn’t drink) it is a large commitment. I’m tempted, sure… but I’m afraid I won’t drink it fast enough and it will go stale. Yet I occasionally taste a delicious beer and I say to myself, “Self, speak to yon barkeep and request to take their wares to your domicile!” to which I am informed they don’t bottle or can and they only fill growlers. Yes yes it makes sense. There is a lot of overhead cost and potential loss in the canning and bottling business. I’ve not ruled out the growler club, but I just don’t know if it is for me.
As an addendum, I know someone who has some growlers and wants me to take it to get it filled on one of my trips. I think we will see how that works.
I went on a Friday night in early February. The weather was good. I went later at night about an hour before closing. It was very busy, but we were still able to find a table.
They do not offer food. They do list that they allow you to BYOF, however, the list a lot of restaurants in the area the suggest within walking distance of their building to have dinner at. I went wit Thai Riverside which was very good.
The atmosphere was cozy. While very busy it didn’t seem overcrowded. They had really lovely glassware. The design is smart on the pint glasses. It is minimalist and quaint and New Englandy. Like many placed they had a wooden plank with holes for the tasting pours. The vibe of the place was a cozy hidden gem of a local spot at a ski lodge. I’m sure nobody was toting ski gear, but I feel like in my mind’s eye they should have. It is a small room, but didn’t feel overwhelming small. I believe there might be an outside patio in the back when the weather is nicer, but I’m not certain. There was a back door that seemed to lead that way and it seemed to be set up for that. My one big annoying, glaring, disappointing, gripe was their bathrooms were pretty disgusting. It was college bar on a Thursday night disgusting. It was a single room unisex bathroom… It looked like drunk guys didn’t bother to aim. The floor was sticky. There was toilet paper and paper towels all over the floor. It decimated the charm I was enchanted by when I walked in the door. If I wanted to go to a college bar bathroom, I would have done it while in college. Note I didn’t in college because college bar bathrooms are disgusting.
The bartenders are knowledgeable and friendly. The staff are easy to access for drinks. They are astute to notice when someone approaches, yet have casual conversation with the people sitting at the bar and those ordering at the same time. It does not take long to get a drink if you want one.
So, let’s talk about the beer.
I did a flight which included
Kirby’s Kolsch: It is a German style beer. Very solid. I enjoyed it very much.
Winchester: It is very malty. I like malty. It is a wheat beer that is very light. It is a low alcohol beer, but doesn’t sacrifice flavor. It is clean flavor.
Little Bear: It delivers on flavor and is satisfyingly smooth. There are hints of chocolate, vanilla, and toasted coconut. I really cannot stress enough how smooth it was. How smooth you ask? VERY
Molasses Disaster: As someone who lived in Massachusetts for most of my teenage years and through college, I really do love the name and the token nod to the Boston Molasses Disaster. They really come forward on the molasses flavor. It is front and center and bold. Go big or go home bold.
Parking: there is literally no parking at the brewery. There is some very limited on street parking along the main street where the brewery is located. There are some lots nearby listed on their website. I parked at the restaurant we at at, Thai Riverside, and left my car there. As the restaurant was in the process of closing and there were no other businesses open in that little strip I had no problems leaving my car there, but during times where those businesses are open there might be an issue.
The area is very safe. While you do have to cross some main streets, it is a very walkable small town feel and there are plenty of crosswalks and lighting.
Overall I liked the place. The beer was a combination of solid traditionals and experimentals that pulled it off. I like that. It was just overflowing with charm and being adorable.
Why you should go: They have some excellent beer. The atmosphere is charming and cozy. The glassware is charming. The staff are charming. It is like Hallmark Movie charming. I’m expecting the hurried businessman from a big made up Hartford insurance company who is stuck here while selling his grandmother’s house and happen to run into the woman who owns a cupcake shop or a dog grooming business and they agreed to have a drink would show up here for their charming argument where she introduces the concept that he needs to stop and take more joy in life. Literally… I’m expecting that to happen in this small town cozy brewery. The only thing that would make my imaginary scene more Hallmark is if there was a Golden Retriever. Hold on a second… lemme go check their website… Well, they don’t say that dogs are allowed at the brewery, but they also don’t say they AREN’T allowed.
What can be improved: Their bathrooms are absolutely disgusting. There is limited parking. My big big big complaint is that the bathrooms are really disgusting.
I’m going to go off on a wee little tangent here. While I’m trying to focus on getting as many stamps on my brewery passport (50) to get the VIP pass to the Ct Brewery festival. I don’t have unlimited free time to go back to breweries I’ve already gone to. I’m in the process of making a short list of those I plan on going back to more regularly when I’m not trying to hit 50 in 1 year, but the Little House brewing just sent me an email with their new on tap beer.
There is a Pilsner, a Double IPA (which I have no interest in at all), and a dark chocolaty malty beer. Then, in their tanks they have
Sleepy Bee – Honey Kölsch, Hell Melon – Munich Helles, TBA – Blood Orange Sour Lager, Brutal Brunch – Brut Mimosa IPA (collab w/ Bad Dream Brewing), Gone Muddin’ – Coffee Porter, Home Grown 5 – All CT-grown Pale Ale, Three Sheep for an Ore – West Coast IPA, Wave Racer – Milkshake IIPA
I’m super interested in this Honey Kolsch, Sour Lager, and am even curious about this brut mimosa IPA. I am sorely tempted if I happen to be in the town in the next month to stop by a second time.