Beer Pairing No. 2
Wolaver’s is one of my favorite local microbrews. Ok, I think I would call all Vermont microbrews “one of my favorites”, but I’m really impressed with Wolaver’s commitment to sustainable and organic brewing methods.
All of their boilers are powered by biodiesel, they too, boast using primarily Vermont ingredients in their beer, and all of their spent grain is repurposed to feed local livestock.
If that’s not enough to impress you, give one of their brews a try.
The Organic Brown Ale is 5.7 % alcohol by volume. The beer is mild, a deep amber in color and very smooth, with a slight malty flavor. Cherries and black currants also lend some flavor to this well-balanced ale.
Our Aztec squares add cinnamon and cayenne pepper to an organic dark chocolate. Keeping with a South-American flavor profile, we’ve added in pepitas, or Mexican pumpkin seeds. The Aztec squares will give your mouth a little kick, complimenting the dark chocolate and creating a wonderfully unique tasting experience.
Tasters found that the Brown Ale really brought out the spices in the chocolate and the sweet fruit flavors in the beer complimented the spice nicely.
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