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Tapistry Brewing
9 ratings
Tapistry Brewing
Bridgman, United States


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Post author: Sirdubby
Sirdubby
3 years ago
3.5
Huge piney hoppiness, some citrusy hops, with a decent malt backbone. Lingering piney hop bitterness that stays on the tongue for quite a while. Similar to a west coast IPA, though I'm not so sure that's what they were going for. High 3.5/5

Post author: Sirdubby
Sirdubby
3 years ago
4.3
Had this on November 15th. Nice bourbon, good amount of oak, well made stout. 4.25/5

Post author: Sirdubby
Sirdubby
4 years ago
3.8
Nice bourbon in the aroma. Caramel as well. Taste has a little more bitterness than I prefer in the style. The bourbon is there, as is the caramel. The oak from the barrel aging is very strong. Could be more flavorful, but not bad. Good, but not great. 3.75/5

Post author: Sirdubby
Sirdubby
4 years ago
3.0
An orange and wheaty aroma on this one. Taste has an interesting sweetness to it. Possibly from the rose hips used? No experience in that area. I'm getting some coriander as well, but little to none of the advertised blood oranges. Definitely an interesting and unique beer. Not sure I'd buy it again. It's not bad, just not what I look for in a beer. 3/5

Post author: Sirdubby
Sirdubby
4 years ago
3.0
The taste offers a breadiness as well as a very light fruitiness. The flavors are pretty subtle, but this is pretty refreshing. Drinks more like a lighter amber ale than a N.E. IPA. Little to no hop bitterness in here. Medium body with a moderate amount of carbonation. For a beer, not taking into consideration the style, this would probably be a 3.75/5. For a N.E. IPA, I'll have to give this a 2.5/5 as it's not very true to the style. I think for an overall, I'll be nice and give this a 3.25/5

Post author: Sirdubby
Sirdubby
@ Horrock's Tavern
4 years ago
3.5
Has a pretty good body for being a porter. It's a good, no frills, porter. No adjuncts to carry this one. Worth trying. High 3.75/5

Post author: Sirdubby
Sirdubby
@ Horrock's Tavern
4 years ago
4.0
Very tasty, but boozy, imperial stout. 4/5