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Dry County Brewing Company
15 ratings
Dry County Brewing Company
Spruce Pine, United States


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Post author: Jimbojames6969
Jimbojames6969
@ Brew//LDN 2022
9 months ago
3.7
It was sexy

Post author: Edgeworth
Edgeworth
@ Thirsty Peret
1 year ago
3.7
In Houston with family trying out a beer that I brought from Georgia. Appears orange coming out of the can. Once in the glass it was more of a red copper in color with some haze. Very short and quick lived head. Aroma was surprisingly sour and unpleasant. Flavor is much better. Sweet, soft, with strong notes of a lightly bitter salt water caramel toffee. Mild roasted malt adds to the finish along with a breath of bitter aftertaste. This is a delicious beer, but I am not getting any bourbon or vanilla that is supposed to be the main characteristics. Even the 7.5% alcohol is hidden. I love Amber's and will gladly drink several more of these but the rating is going to suffer from these missing components.

Post author: Edgeworth
Edgeworth
@ Allen's Cave
1 year ago
1.9
At my son's house having a burrito and an amber cervesa while we watch Thursday night football. Almost no head. Very deep bronze color. Mild malt, some amber notes, a whiff of lime. No effervescence. Totally flat. Yesterdays Modello with ample water added. Nuff said.

Post author: Edgeworth
Edgeworth
@ Ray's Cave
1 year ago
3.8
Another Duo beer with my son-in-law in Houston. This is a Kennesaw Georgia beer that I took to him and we will rate together. Nice size head but it disappeared pretty quick. Aroma is of charred malt. It has a soft texture but not creamy. The taste again is a strong charred malt with a raw cocoa bitterness. Finish has the same qualities, very dry and over quickly. Overall, I would have thought this is more of a brown ale than an oatmeal stout. Very good but not at all what you would expect.

Post author: Edgeworth
Edgeworth
@ Mentone
2 years ago
3.4
Bought this beer by mistake. Saw "Give Me Some Sugar" milkshake and assumed it was a stout. IPA? I'm going to try this in my Lone Star Glass which was a gift. Seems appropriate since I've never had Lonestar in a glass and never will. Always directly from the can. Has a tremendously high, frothy head. It's hazy but no particulates, medium yellow color. Strong citrus aroma. Creamy texture and very smooth. Orange peel flavor with a low degree of bitterness. Finish has a calm bitterness also. Could have used a little stronger flavor but it was still much better than I was expecting.