Beer Review: THE BRUERY BATCH 1000 BRYEIAN

Beer Review: THE BRUERY BATCH 1000 BRYEIAN
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The Bruery Batch 1000 Bryeian stands as a testament to the brewing prowess of Brian Pramov & Bryan Keas from Denver, CO, emerging victorious in the Batch #1000 homebrew competition. This black IPA, available on tap at The Bruery Tasting Room, packs a punch with its 7% abv.

A Dark Pour with a Tan Ring

Appearance: The beer presents itself as a dark elixir, pouring black and adorned with a frothy tan ring that hints at the rich flavors within.

Aromatic Brilliance and Intense Hoppiness

Aroma: Delving into the olfactory experience, the beer exudes super bright American hops, intertwined with the deep notes of roasted dark malt that promise a sensory adventure.

Bitter Symphony with Citrusy Notes

Taste: The palate is treated to a symphony of bitterness and citrusy hops, complemented by the robust undertones of bitter chocolate and roast. The hops make a lasting impression, lingering on the taste buds.

Full-Bodied, Silky Smooth Sip

Mouthfeel: The beer boasts a full-bodied profile, offering a silky smooth texture that glides over the palate, accompanied by a modest carbonation that enhances the overall drinking experience.

Verdict: A Hop-Forward Delight

Overall: In the grand tapestry of beer experiences, The Bruery Batch 1000 Bryeian emerges as a bold, dark, hoppy ale. Drawing parallels to Stone’s 15th Anniversary Escondidian Imperial Black IPA, this brew captivates with its intensity. A word to the wise – savor it fresh to fully appreciate the hoppy symphony it orchestrates. This beer is not just a nod to the winners of a homebrew competition; it’s a flavorful triumph that deserves a place among beer enthusiasts’ favorites.