In this beer blog, we are going to get into Miami Brewing for the first time. The beer that is being feature is Gator Tail Brown Ale. Here is a little something from their website (www.miamibrewing.org):
Peter Schnebly started Miami Brewing Company as a side project to give his customers the option of a personally crafted beer while others in their party enjoyed some of Schnebly’s fine wines.
This brewery was stated in 2011. It is a young craft brewery. There is not much history and information on this company. It seems like they have been brewing for years. Let us get into this American Brown Ale.
It has a brown color with a tan constant head. The smell has a sweet malty to slight nutty notes. The taste has a sweet malty with dry malty to nutty aftertaste. It is a pretty drinkable beer.
Here is a description from their website (www.miamibrewing.org):
Deep brown with a creamy tan head.
AromaA nice blend of roasted coffee with dark chocolate notes.
Aggressive roasted coffee notes with underlying chocolate character.
A rich but fairly light body with a balance between dark chocolate and roasted coffee.
Here is their website and twitter addresses:
Closing, this beer was part of my case that my friend brought back from his trip. I was pretty interested in this beer. It is a drinkable beer. It is not overly malty but a nice light body brown ale. It is a good brown ale. It is not best but still good. It is a beer that is perfect for southern part of the United States. I need something that is heavy brown ale up in the north here. If you have a chance to try this beer, I recommend you do it. Go get some! Drink it! Enjoy it! Metal it! \m/
Bill DJ Weiser