Yesterday’s post made me want to try a beer from Hair of the Dog Brewing Company in Portland. We fortunately had 2 bottles in our fridge just waiting to be opened and enjoyed. I chose to try Adam, which is a 10% old-world ale.
Hair of the Dog experiments with bottle conditioning in many of their beers. Bottle conditioning allows the beer to re-ferment in the bottle by adding yeast. Why, you might ask? So that the beer can age well. Hair of the Dog wants their beers to be cellared and sampled as they age. They suggest waiting a few years before drinking. A vintage finder is…» Read The Complete Article Here