It’s not often that I come back to a beer that I know I’ve reviewed before. However, this is a beer that always makes me smile when I see it and I’m curious to compare notes to when I had this beer a few years back. So, after I finish drafting this post, I’m going to go find the old one and see how both I – and the beer – compares. That said, I do recall noting my affinity for PB&J in the previous post and, true to that statement, I had a PB&J about 3 hours ago for lunch – as did the Mrs and the kids. Let’s jump in.
This is a brown ale base and as I recall this particular brown ale is aged on raspberries and roasted peanuts to help bring about more of a natural flavor to the beer. The beer pours a light brown with a bit of an amber hue to it. It is unfiltered and began with a big head that has since retracted to the edges. On the nose I immediately find that raspberry – wow. What I always remember about this beer is how natural it smells – like when I open the clam shell package from
Source: Knox Beer Snobs
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