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Braselton Brewing Company
4 ratings
Braselton Brewing Company
United States

Small town brewery

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Post author: Edgeworth
Edgeworth
@ Braselton Brewing Company
1 year ago
3.7
Enjoying a 4th of July festival in Braselton Georgia. Local Braselton Brewing Company is serving me the fourth on a flight of four brews. Saving the best for last, an Irish red. Pouring this directly out of the vat, never seen this before. This Irish red is much more orange than red. Very little carbonation. Has notes of caramel but not predominant. Very toasted and flavors of biscuit. Light texture and bone dry. Finish is mild, earthy, and continues with the dryness. This beer leaves you parched. Makes you grasping for another to quench your thirst. Dangerous beer.

Post author: Edgeworth
Edgeworth
@ Braselton Brewing Company
1 year ago
3.3
Enjoying a few beers at a local brewery in Braselton Georgia. Here with family members for the 4th of July celebration. Very light yellow color and lightly hazy. Somewhat creamy texture. Has some banana and some cloves. Very little carbonation, no bitterness. Finish is late, brings on light notes of fruit and turns softly bitter. Very light and refreshing. Very drinkable beer.

Post author: Edgeworth
Edgeworth
@ Braselton Brewing Company
1 year ago
3.1
With family celebrating the 4th of July in Braselton Georgia. Having a local kolsch beer. Light yellow and color, slightly hazy. Light texture, modest flavor. Tastes just like buttered popcorn. The middle brings on an added bitterness. A little sour and dry on the finish. Never had beer on tap directly out of the vat. This is kind of cool.

Post author: Edgeworth
Edgeworth
@ Braselton Brewing Company
1 year ago
2.9
Celebrating the Fourth of July festival with family in Braselton Georgia. Small town Brewery, Braselton Brewing Company seems like a fun place on a festival day. Light yellow and slightly hazy. Has a Belgian flare with plenty of cloves. Slightly sour. Very dry finish. Got a chance to meet the head brewer, John Lane. Nice guy living the dream.