Tuesday, December 22, 2015
Monday, August 31, 2015
Summer beers can be pretty boring in my opinion. Usually nothing more than some wheat, light spice, and lemon flavors. That's alright, but here at Goat Rodeo, we like our beers a bit more flavorful. Therefore, we juiced up the mash tun with a heaping amount of wheat then doused it with some booming hops in the brew kettle. Wanted to keep the ABV low for mass consumption (aka - sessionable), registering an easy-going 4.3%. Copious amounts of Amarillo and Citra were used during the brewing and then a blend of Mosiac, Simcoe, and Citra dropped in for dry-hopping. Bodacious tropical fruit aromas abound and flavors follow. It's fruitilicious!
Sunday, July 5, 2015
Sunday, January 11, 2015
The nose is that of cider, with mostly apples and sugar aromas. The flavor is the same upfront, but quickly changes to a wine-like finish (think grapes and lemons). The alcohol is evident, as the ABV is 12.6%.
Roughly 4 gallons were produced with the plan to bottle in 750 ml. Stay tuned.
Saturday, July 26, 2014
Fight For Your Rye To Party is a hopped up Roggenbier (aka- Rye Ale). Coming in at 96 IBU due to a heavy dose of Polaris, Centennial, and Amarillo hops. Dark Belgian candi sugar, brown sugar, and seeds of paradise were added to the rye grain, and pale and wheat malts. Flavor is complex, with upfront spice from the rye and citrus in the nose from the hops, but finishes bitter sweet. Clocks in at 7.2% ABV.
Monday, July 7, 2014
Goat Rodeo Brewing is proud to announce our first collaboration brew with North Shore Brewers, based out of Massachusetts. During my recent beercation, I stayed with some awesome people, drank some great beer, ate some scrumptious seafood, and brewed a Belgian Quad. This beer goes by the name of Quadsimodo. It's extra special because it will be halved into a Turkey Shore rum barrel for some further aging. That version will lovingly be referred to as Drunken Quadsimodo.