Minnesota Winter Brews

Badger Hill Brewing – Foundation Stout

Badger Hill Foundation Stout // Photo courtesy of Badger Hill

Badger Hill Foundation Stout // Photo courtesy of Badger Hill

From Badger Hill: 

Taking cues from old English and Irish Stouts, two brothers from the Land of 10,000 Lakes landed on their own perfect brew. The reveal? A sweet, malty roast that hints of coffee, caramel and chocolate—and finishes off clean with touches of American hops. In other words: not too schmaltzy, not too bitter. Like you’d expect from a couple of nice, well-balanced Minnesota guys.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Badger Hill Brewing – Wanderlust Series #2: Cherry Double Dunkel

Badger Hill Cherry Double Dunkel // Photo courtesy of Badger Hill Brewing

Badger Hill Cherry Double Dunkel // Photo courtesy of Badger Hill Brewing

From Badger Hill: 

Our Cherry Double Dunkel is a traditional German Weizenbock conditioned on almost two pounds of tart cherries per gallon.  German white and caramel wheat provide rich, bock-like flavor, while German weizen yeast adds the spicy and fruity character German wheat beers are famous for.  Secondary conditioning on copious amounts of cherries lends incredible aroma and a subtle tartness to the beer, creating a complex and unique layering of flavors to enjoy.

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