Our Ratebeer Best 2016 Roundup, dialed down to all the many Great Lakes and Midwestern winners from around our neck of the woods, commences now:
What happens when a pumpkin beer skeptic samples Central Waters Headless Heron, a barrel-aged scotch ale?
It seems we went with quality over quantity in 2013. Read on as we lay out our top 10 beers of the year.
The nose of Central Waters Peruvian Morning was roasted coffee and burnt…something. I can’t quite put my finger on what that burnt something is, though.
Central Waters Bourbon Barrel Barleywine pours a dark brown – almost black – and when it is first poured all you get is a nose of generous, citrus hops.
The Central Waters Bourbon Barrel Stout is “aged to perfection in oak bourbon barrels [with] hints of bourbon and vanilla with roasted overtones.”
The Central Waters Illumination Double IPA may very well stack up their as one of my favorite DIPAs, up there with the likes of Dogfish Head’s 90 Minute.