Accompanying a simple malt base, blueberry, raspberry and tart cherry play in perfect harmony to create a slightly tart ale that sings with ripe, bursting fruit flavor.
Kasteel rouge is a blend of kasteel donker and cherry liquor. the mix of these two excellent products creates an exceptional soft beer with references to the dark mother beer.
Tart fruit ale is brewed with passionfruit and lime zest, resulting in a tart blend of tropical, citrus flavors and aromas.
Premium beer made with concord grapes.
Pinkish red pour, flavor is sweet tartish pomegranate, interesting twist on a radler
A light ale made with 100% real raspberries in every batch. the raspberries give this beer a fruity aroma while keeping the beer balanced in taste. the raspberry flavor is not oversweet" just perfect,
Ripe, red louisiana strawberries are harvested at the peak of the season in the early morning chill. the scent of the juicy red ponchatoula berries fills the air as they’re picked and pressed.
A blueberry wheat ale brewed with real blueberries to give it a natural deep purple color. we use pacific gem hops for optimal balance.
Fruit beers are any beers using fruit or fruit extracts as an adjunct in either, the mash, kettle, primary or secondary fermentation providing obvious (ranging from subtle to intense), yet harmonious, fruit qualities. fruit qualities should not be overpowered by hop character. if a fruit (such as juniper berry) has an herbal or spice quality, it is more appropriate to consider it in the herb and spice beers category. acidic bacterial (not wild yeast) fermentation characters may be evident (but not necessary) they would contribute to acidity and enhance fruity balance. clear or hazy beer is acceptable in appearance. a statement by the brewer explaining what fruits are used is essential in order for fair assessment in competitions. if this beer is a classic style with fruit, the brewer should also specify the classic style.
The number one reason is craft beer tastes better than the "beer water" that is mass produced and mass marketed by the big beer companies. Craft beer tastes better because craft brewers spend their time focusing the quality of their beer rather than focusing on their marketing campaigns and stock prices.
Oh yeah! Craft beers can pack a punch. Most craft beers range from 5-10% ABV, but some can reach 20%, 30%, and even 40% ABV.