Friday, April 15, 2016

The Worth Brewing Snug

SNUG
noun

BRITISH
1. a small, comfortable room in a pub or inn offering intimate seating for only a few persons .

In this case, a small room tucked back in the corner of the Worth Brewing tap room. It is quiet, furnished with oriental carpet, three antique loveseats, and a small table with a couple of cafe chairs - decorated with carefully placed beer advertising signs and stained glass.

Evening in the Worth Brewing snug with Anne and Dave Bonnerup. 




































 Peter Ausenhus doing brewmaster
 stuff.
I began the evening with a Short Trip IPA, this batch made with Amarillo, Chinook and finished with El Dorado hops. It is a good enough beer, but a little low on the IBUs for my taste. For round two (or was it three?) I fell back to the Field Trip IPA, and also had my growler filled with that. It is a seriously good, balanced IPA, just under 6% with somewhat moderate IBUs. 













Good company, good beer, good pizza. - Gunnar

1 comment:

Mark Haggenmiller said...

Another Summit alum gone onto a successful solo venture-kudos!