Grimm Artisanal Ales
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A Note on This Beer
If you Google today’s Invisible Touch from Grimm Artisanal Ales, you’ll find a bunch of beer nerds frantically trying to track down this fresh sipper through forums and social media. That, and a music video for Genesis’ “Invisible Touch.”
Because the truth is, there are currently only three ways to get your hands on this beer:
- At the taproom (which is understandably very limited, right now).
- Via Grubhub, if you live within a teeny tiny radius around Grimm’s Brooklyn brewery.
- On Tavour!
So, once you get your hands on this smooth, fluffy, and biscuity Helles-style Lager, we urge you not to brag too much to your friends on the East Coast. Grimm plans to eventually send the beer to a select handful of shops around the state and a couple in Massachusetts, but even most New Yorkers won’t get their hands on this limited liquid gold!
That said, we can’t blame you for wanting to brag, at least a little.
Not only does Invisible Touch’s notes of freshly baked bread, honeysuckle blossom, and wildflower honey flow oh-so eloquently through its pillowy mouthfeel, but the folks at Grimm are “basically craft beer royalty.”
At least, according to the folks at Food & Wine magazine. Meanwhile, Paste Mag calls them one of the Best Breweries of the Last Decade, and Forbes hails them as one of the Best Breweries in NYC. And we haven’t even mentioned Grimm’s GABF medals!
So yeah, try not to brag… too much.
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