The Bruery Gets Mischievous
We were very impressed with the beers of The Bruery when they made their Binnys debut at the end of November. In addition to their four year round offerings, the Bruery pleasured us with Two Turtle Doves, a delicious brew that was hastily devoured by beer lovers. This week, The Bruerys Mischief hit our shelves. Mischief is a Hoppy Belgian Golden Ale, and like the rest of the Bruerys offerings, it is unfiltered, bottle conditioned, and presented in a 750ml bottle with a golden cap.
The gentle orange colored Mischief is filled with scents of fresh hops. Juicy hops of the floral and citrus variety are in full swing mid palate. Belgian yeast and sweet malt provide balance as well as a backbone for the brew. A slight bitterness coats the palate well after the initial sip. We couldnt help but compare this brew to previous Belgian style IPAs such as Flying Dogs Raging Bitch and Hoppin Frogs Belgian Double IPA.
Binnys beer guru Ted Sullivan had this to say about Mischief: Drank one of these at cellar temperature while listening to some Coltrane last weekenda stunner. I cant recommend it enough terrific fresh, but should also hold up well after timeIll find out in a year from nowBuy this now!
Our guess is that this fantastic brew will come and go just as rapidly as Two Turtle Doves did. Will you be getting into some Mischief before it is too late?