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Yazoo article

Discussion in 'US - South' started by TravisSaps, Oct 30, 2012.

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  2. EXCELLENT ARTICLE! I, as a "local" beer connoissuer, love the Yazoo Brewery's offerings! All of them.
     
  3. Stevedore

    Stevedore Poobah (1,010) Wisconsin Nov 16, 2012

    When I stopped through Nashville last week, I had a point of the pale ale. Not bad, very quaffable. Good on them to keep it sustainable and to focus on happily producing good beer. That's what life should be about.
     
  4. harperman69

    harperman69 Savant (365) Tennessee Feb 11, 2009

    Eh...I like some of their stuff, but as the only (to my knowledge) brewer that has a distiller's license in TN, I would have hoped for more high ABV beers than Sue. I don't really count Fortitude because of the limited brewed once availablity.
     
  5. AlexFields

    AlexFields Advocate (560) Tennessee Dec 13, 2009

    Yeah it'd be nice if they'd brew more interesting stuff or do some barrel aging...I'm not a big fan of their regular lineup.
     
  6. sommersb

    sommersb Advocate (580) Tennessee May 25, 2010

    I'd say they are expanding off the standard lineup. Besides Fortuitous (barrel-aged and soured), they're working on some more soured/aged brews, plus a collaboration beer done with Calfkiller. See the Yazoo blogs from November for more details on these
     
  7. Well if you like sours and wilds....I'm pretty excited about some of the stuff we will release this year
     
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