I got a chance to try Yellowhammer’s IPA and Belgian White Ale beer today. Today was the initial release of their beers.
Both, are very nice. The IPA is the best with hop flavors that hold on to you to the end. The Belgian White Ale has spices that can surprise you, but I enjoyed it.
Here are the brewery’s descriptions:
Belgian White Ale – 4.8% ABV
Wheat ale brewed with fresh ginger and lime leaves.
American IPA – 6.8% ABV
Brewed with four select malts and a blend of Centennial, Columbus, Amarillo and Simcoe hops.
The beers are very good and I look forward Yellowhammer’s future beers.
The whole team was very proud of the beers today and I was glad I got to be a part of the release.
Thanks for the kind review! We will have a Belgian tripel ready for release in a few weeks.
Would it be possible to visit your brewery?
I don’t have contract information for Yellowhammer. They did have a website (http://www.yellowhammerbrewery.com/), but it has since gone dead.
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