Starting new beer tab, Off Color Brewing is the featured craft brewery on this beer blog. This is their frist appearance on this blog. The beer that will be sampling is Scurry and tomorrow will be their Troublesome Wheat Beer. Off Color Brewing was founded in the later part of 2012 to early part of 2013 in the western part Logan Square in Chicago. The founder are John Laffler, who was part of Goose Island brewery team, and Dave Bleitner, who was part of Two Brothers Brewery team. Their goal is to brew beer that they will enjoy and something different then the norm on the market today. Let us get into the beer.
It has a dark brown to a slight amber or dark brown reddish color with a semi constant white head. The smell is honey with hints of caramel. The taste is a smooth and slight creamy honey with a nice creamy chocolate aftertaste. It is a extremely drinkable beer.
Here is a descriation from their website (www.offcolorbrewing.com):
Dark Honey Ale
This surprisingly dry beer retains all the aroma and nuance of honey (from bees) and molasses (not from bees) creating a perception of sweetness through cool, controlled fermentation. Because we’re sweet enough damn it.ABV:5.3%HOPS:Strisselspalt, Nothern Brewer, Hallertau Hersbrucker