Yellowhammer Brewing has a reputation for being very influenced by Belgian and German brewing traditions. They put their own Southern twist of classic beers. The brewery expects to move to a new location on the same campus as Straight to Ale and an amphitheater at the site of the former Stone Middle School in West Huntsville.
The Beer Fairy handed me a crowler of a new brew from Yellowhammer named "Joey Freshwater Gose" the other day. Last night, once home from work, I popped the can open to review. Oh, it turned into such a nice way to wrap up my day. What the brewers called Joey Freshwater Gose is being released to the public with the name "Kettle Sour Gose".
An unfiltered German wheat ale brewed with coriander and salt. It is kettle soured for 4 days to make it a dry, tart refreshing beer. (Description provided by company)
Hopped lager (Description provided by company)
A Belgian stout (Description provided by company)
This Belgian style Dubbel is brewed from a classic recipe using Pilsner malt and dark candi sugar. This is a delicious winter treat that pairs well with delicious food. (Description provided by company)
Smooth and malty (Description provided by company)
A robust porter with notes of dark chocolate and roasted coffee balanced with hints of dark fruits and some smokiness from the Scottish ale yeast. (Description provided by company)
An English pale ale with a mellow hop presence. (Description provided by company)