A Note on This Beer
Off Color is the collective genius of former Goose Island and Two Brothers’ Brewers, John Laffler and Dave Bleither. Their first brew was a collaboration with Three Floyds and they’ve been gaining notoriety ever since with an unusual line-up of critically acclaimed beers. When you have an Off Color in your collection, you're showing your friends that you're standing on the front lines of craft beer innovation.
Just take a look at today’s Hell Broth Wild Ale to get an idea of how they’re putting their stamp on the craft scene.
Hell Broth Wild Ale is made with real juniper berries, cranberries, and lemon blossom honey. Such rare ingredients layered intricately over a softy sour & fruity base make this Ale worth its weight in gold-- or artisan lemon blossom honey!
The ever-discerning beer community at BA backs this, giving it an outstanding 4.18 rating, they tell us why this spontaneous adventure is worth every sip:
“This drinks like a beautiful, wild-fermented Jura Chardonnay.” @Hanksingle
“Its woodsy evergreen and vine like notes do match well with the accompanying fruitiness of the cranberry and lemon thyme accents. A great drink and talking piece.” @MrOgeliniThirstonIII
“Off Color makes some of the coolest and most unique beers I've had, and this is no exception.” @GreesyFizeek
Made with help from the world-renowned collaborating Danish brewery Amager, this brew’s exceptional range of tartness and spice capture the iconic flavors of the Scandinavian countryside. Folded into a captivating tart dry and fruity base, we can see why Off Color is a destination for Wild Ales.
Rated 4.18 on BA