Province Stewed Ale - Dogfish Head Brewery
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3.89/5 rDev +13.7%
I enjoyed this brewpub exclusive at the Rehobothon location on tap served in glass
from dogfish.com: "This unique Ale contains 25% wheat malt, as well as two pounds per barrel of Lean Beef in the kettle along with ground mustard. Yes, we said Lean Beef. Salted hops round out this culinary concoction to create something that sounds like it could be more of a soup than a beer. However, Ragged Jordan and Nicolo insist this crazy sounding beer is very normal in flavor. A strong English style pale ale in its true essence, Stewed Ale stays true to its heart with notes of bready malt and spicy undertones from English East Kent Golding and Fuggles hops. A true London Ale yeast rounds out the profile contributing subtle estery fruitiness while remaining in check with the malt and hops." - See more at: http://www.dogfish.com/node/64056#sthash.Kqlk0Tb1.dpuf
the color is very hazy golden a thin white cap with fine bead. The smell is mild with fruity yeast and spice of hops with light meaty aroma. The feel is clean and dry with moderately high carbonation with mild bitterness and spicy herbal feel.
The taste is bitter with crisp malt taste and spice of hops pretty prominent with a pepper flavor and mineral yeast accent with zesty taste almost mustard-like with a nice hop blend and the meat is not noticeable with a pine tinge as it finishes. Overall this was a new experience for me since I never had beef in a beer but this has a great blend of pale and spice flavor with mustard and meat in the mix.
08-19-2013 11:58:38 | More by Slatetank
Province Stewed Ale from Dogfish Head Brewery
- out of 100 based on 8 ratings.