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.
Saturday, March 29, 2014
Beer 2- Goat Rodeo has added a new brewer and this is his first batch "First Batch Butt Scratch". A light American ale with aromas of banana and bubble gum. 3.8% ABV, 2 gallon batch.
Sunday, August 4, 2013
. Viva la Summer!!!
Monday, June 10, 2013
Grain - carafoam and crystal.
Malt Extract - golden light (both dry and liquid) and maltodextrin
Hops - Columbus, Cascade, Citra, and Centennial (2 oz of each/8 oz total)
Yeast - White Labs liquid California Ale Yeast
Corn sugar added to boost alcohol content.
OG - 1.074 (9-9.5% ABV)
Color - burnt orange with slight reddish hue
Wednesday, June 5, 2013
It's been awhile since Goat Rodeo Brewing has been in action, but we're back with something special in the vat. It's a red kolsch ale, that will be fermented at lager temperatures for roughly 3 weeks. German pilsner is the base malt with crystal, chocolate, and carafoam grains used as well. The featured hop is one of my favorites- cascade, both for bittering and aroma. This brew is lovingly named after the Goat Rodoe family's dog- Chunk, and dammit he is super!