Sure there are two hurricanes headed straight for Hawaii and today is IPA day, but I’m super duper excited about sour, funky and bretty beers. I just received word that the heavily awarded Logsdon Farmhouse Ales will be making their way to Hawaii very soon.
If you’re a sour/funky beer fan then you should get excited too. Logsdon crafts small batch, unique farmhouse ales out of a barn in Hood River, Oregon. Their not joking when they call their beers farmhouse. Owner Dave Logsdon is a giant in the craft beer world. He was a co-founder and the original brewer at Full Sail and then went on to open Wyeast Laboratories, which is one of the biggest yeast companies in the business. Logsdon knows a thing or two about cultivating and handling yeast, which he uses to perfection to create his signature beers.
The brewery is located on a working organic farm that also grows many of the ingredients used in the beers, like cherries for Cerasus, a barrel aged West Flanders style red ale. All of the
Source: Beer in Hawaii
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