Foggy Noggin Wasky

Foggy Noggin Brewing
Bothell, WA, United States of America

Vital Statistics

ABV: 6.6%
Bitterness: 79 IBU

From the brewer

When you think of the most historical brewing traditional region, Burton on Trent will always rank in the top. In the 1700's Burton Ale was a very popular English beer style. This almost extinct style deserves to be revisited. This beer's rich, sweet malty beginning transforms to a wonderfully warming bitter dryness that lingers long in the palate. In honor of Wasky's service in 1946 - on the shores of Lake Washington, Foggy Noggin Brewing shares his name with this wonderful brew. Traditionally, this beer is aged for a year before served. Good to drink now and sure to age well over time.

Average Scores

Overall: 67 (logged 1 time)
Bottle: 67 (logged 1 time)

Who's been drinking this

Molasses, biscuit, a very assertive brett-like dryness that verges on the sour. Finishes clean and a little funky. I honestly don't know what a Burton ale is supposed to taste like, but if this it, then "Brett saison" is a pretty close match. Just a little too much on the sour side to purely enjoy.
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