In this blog, we are going to talk about Geary’s Pale Ale. A little back story on this brewery first. This brewery was founded in 1983 by David Geary in Portland, Maine. They are the first micro brewery in Maine. Their first beer is this Pale Ale but since they have open up to other types of beer.
Here is the description from their website, which is www.gearybrewing.com.
Our flagship pale is a classic British pale ale with a nod to the legendary beers of Burton-on-Trent. Copper-colored, dry, clean and crisp with lots of late hope taste in an appetizing complex with ale fruitiness from imported Hampshire yeast.
This beer pours out as dark copper to light amber color with next to nothing on the head. There is a huge strong grapefruit smell to this beer. Taste is very well balance with circus to slight grapefruit taste with nice hop finish. It has next to nothing on the aftertaste. It also has a heavy carbonation taste going on this beer. This beer is a very very drinkable and sessional beer.
Here is where you can get information about this brewery:
In closing, I really enjoy this beer. For a bit this brewery is now available in the Chicago Market. However, if I am around Portland, Maine, I will be drinking up and visit their brewery. If you are live or around Maine, go out and search for this great beer. Please let me know what you think of it. Enjoy it! Drink it! Metal it! \m/
Bill DJ Weiser