We’ve been waiting for this. It seems like an eternity ago when we first heard of a small brewery spinning up on the grounds of Blackberry Farm in Walland, TN. For those few of us who couldn’t justify the financial leap to make a visit, the beer became somewhat of a legend. I remember reading the descriptions on their website and being amazed that beer like that was being brewed literally – it seemed – in our backyard. I was fortunate enough to have tasted this beer once before and it is, as I remember, a very good representation of the style, full of body and spirit. Thanks to a 20bbl offsite brewery addition, Blackberry Farm Brewery will not just be found in East Tennessee but shortly, in restaurants and markets all over the country.
First, the beer: The beer pours with a viscous head, foamy, effervescent and calming quickly with a light colored body and hints of orange, like a sunrise across an unharvested field. The nose brings forth citrus and grass and the first taste coats the m
Source: Knox Beer Snobs
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