Minhas Craft Brewery
Wisconsin, United States
American Brown Ale
Pours a very dark amber close to brown, clear with dark copper hues. There is a light tan head. The head looked pretty rich and I thought it would hang around for a while but it didn’t. There is a nice film on top of the beer with a lingering ring around the sides of the glass with some lacing.
Nice aroma of dark roasted malts, almost Belgian like, rich nutty chocolate notes with sweetness.
Wow I saved the best of these Berghoff beers for last. This is a very nice well crafted beer. It starts with a sweet roasty malt flavors a nice tingly carbonation on the tongue and then more malty goodness on the back end. Surprisingly enough it has a drier finish than you would expect with all that maltines. There is a very low hop bitterness just enough to balance and provide a dryer finish.
It has a smooth rich maltiness but it is also a very refreshing beer. That maybe due to the carbonation.
Even with all the malt flavors this is still a medium bodied beer and very easy to drink
There is nothing outstanding with this beer it’s just well done.
Let’s see what it does after it warms up a little.
This beer is at 61 degrees now, there is more bitterness on the back end but it is still very pleasant to drink.
This is a solid B, I really like this beer.