Griffin Maple Butter Tart Ale
We took (Sawdust City Ol’ Woody Alt) and gave it a little bit more caramel base and a little bit more bready crustiness, and then we added the flavours that you find reminiscent of butter tarts. As it warms up, you’ll start to taste it like you’re biting into a butter tart, but it holds its own as a beer. It’s not overly cloying and sweet. We wanted people to enjoy it and not feel like they’ve just coated their teeth in sugar.
Any ale or lager made with herbs, spices or vegetables. The additive should be distinctive in the aroma. See beer description for flavor. Body, color, hop character and strength vary depending on the type of spice, herb or vegetable used.