I had mentioned the first part of my visit to Due South Brewing in a previous post. As I described, Due South’s VIP tour involves a tour of the brewery equipment, then a tasting in their air-conditioned room.
Another part of the VIP Tour is free glassware, namely, the pint glass on the left in the above picture. The mini-pint on the right is what we used for the tasting (and I would have loved to have gotten one of those, too).
On to the beers. And there were a lot of them, so I was able to try a good amount of what Due South had to offer.
Asylum Harbor is their red ale, which has a beautiful amber color, light hoppiness, and a robust, well-roasted malt flavor. It’s got some weight behind…
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