This ale represents over two years of recipe development. I wanted the amber color, with plenty of toasty maltiness and enough hops to offset along with a tiny bit of roasted flavor. This is supposed to be an easy drinker, of average alcohol level, to drink by the fire, when there is a slight chill to the air.
This beer has undergone the most recipe changes of all my beers. What started as a recipe with only two grains, is now a refined product with six different grains…and is even amber. Yum! Show Less