2014 – Best Seasonal (judged) – 2nd Place – Winter Warmer
Broadside IPA (6.5% ABV; 65 IBU) Combining Columbus and Kent Golding’s hops, Broadside starts off with well rounded aromas of pine and citrus balanced against the earthy notes of the revered English hop variety. Those same flavors unite with crystal malts to create a vivid hop sensation without excessive bittering. Rye malt adds a subtle spicy character to the profile and creates a tongue coating sensation that blankets the entire mouth with hoppy goodness.
Angry Scot-Scottish Wee Heavy Ale (7.8% ABV) A Scottish Wee Heavy style ale that is malty and smooth with a minimal hop impact. The aroma is bready with honey-like notes that blend together like sopaipillas. Fullbodied, but not too thick, this beer has all the malty sweet flavors of a traditional Scottish ale with a subtle smokiness and the added complexity of oak and imported black treacle.