OBF part 2

OBF 2006

Went back to the brewers festival again on Saturday with Joe, Lindsay, Chris, John and Curtis and sampled many more beers. We had a decent time though failed to get any more Pliny. There were plenty of great beers and I think my favorite from day 2 were as follows.

Laurelwood Organic Green Mammoth – Hugely hoppy and malty IPA. Not nearly as sweet as the other doubles so the hops really stood out.

Rock Bottom Ned Flanders – Deep red, complex aromas and delightfully tart. One of the most unique at the even.

Widmer Hooligan – A sorghum, corn and honey ale with a peculiarly light golden body, fresh flower aroma and sweet honey taste. Again – very unique.

Elysian Bit Frost. Christmas in July with this auburn spicy warmer.

Boundary Bay Double Dry Hopped Pale – fresh hop aroma and flavors without too much bitterness. Balanced body and clean finish.

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