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View Granite City Fog Drift
Reviewed the beer Granite City Fog Drift
Taps slightly hazy topaz with a good ivory head. Aroma presents resiny hops, stone fruit and orange (tangerine?) notes. Flavor features piney and somewhat bitter hops, tangerine, peach and fresh malt. Texture offers firm body and perky fizz. Catch this drift.
July 19, 2019 at 10:16:26 PM |
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3.5
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Granite City Fog Drift, a 6.8% IPA: Tangerine, peach, semi-sweet body, notes of melon, orange citrus and pear
July 19, 2019 at 10:15:57 PM |
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View Granite City Broadaxe Stout
Reviewed the beer Granite City Broadaxe Stout
Taps coffee sable with a thick tan head. Aroma yields roast malt, coffee, molasses and chocolate tones. Flavor presents roast malt, earthy, molasses, subtle roast coffee and semi-sweet chocolate. Texture offers good body, if thin for a stout, and peppy fizz. Chop chop!
July 19, 2019 at 10:15:00 PM |
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4.1
View Granite City The Bennie
Reviewed the beer Granite City The Bennie
Taps barely translucent chocolate, scarcely any head. Aroma features roast malt, earthy, subtle chocolate and nutty tones. Flavor delivers roast malt, earthy, nutty and slight chocolate notes for a distinctive bock. Texture yields fair body and OK fizz. Drink to Brother Bennie!
July 19, 2019 at 10:13:42 PM |
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3.7
View Granite City The Bennie
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Granite City The Bennie, a 5.2% Bock: A German style lager, our Bock carries a brownish color, a medium body, and a mouthwatering smoothness from the wonderful malt and sweet caramel flavors. Malty, nutty sweetness and subtle hints o...
July 19, 2019 at 10:08:47 PM |
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View Granite City Ukulele Citra IPA
Reviewed the beer Granite City Ukulele Citra IPA
Taps clear topaz with a beige head that leaves generous lacing. Aroma features piney hops, subtle fresh malt and a whisper of citrus. Flavor yields piney and fairly bitter hops, tangy citrus and fresh malt. Texture offers fair body and peppy fizz. Play this ukelele - oops, ukulele. Whatever.
July 19, 2019 at 10:07:34 PM |
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3.5
View Granite City Ukulele Citra IPA
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Granite City Ukulele Citra IPA, a 6.5% IPA: The Ukulele explodes with tropical aromas of mango and passion fruit. It's a perfect summer time taste bud tingler with flavors of mango, papaya and pineapple, giving way to a honey-kissed body w...
July 19, 2019 at 10:06:44 PM |
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View Granite City 1999
Reviewed the beer Granite City 1999
Taps clear solar yellow with a good ivory head that leaves good lacing. Aroma presents crisp malt and a hint of apple, not strong but OK for a Pils. Flavor is bolder, raw malt plus apple plus a whisper of resiny hops. Texture features firm body for a Pilsner and lively fizz. Not sure about the name - if only it didn't invoke the name of a stupid SF TV series.
July 19, 2019 at 10:05:39 PM |
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3.4
View Granite City 1999
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Granite City 1999, a 6.2% Bohemian / Czech Pilsener
July 19, 2019 at 10:05:03 PM |
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View Granite City Batch 1,000
Reviewed the beer Granite City Batch 1,000
Taps clear honey-golden with a nice buff head. Aroma presents hoppy, citrus and subtle caramel tones. Flavor features piney hops, tangy citrus, fresh malt, a bit of caramel. Texture delivers fair body and jazzy fizz. Batch-er up!
July 19, 2019 at 10:03:06 PM |
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3.6
View Granite City Batch 1,000
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Granite City Batch 1,000, a 7.8% Imperial IPA: A very special brew, originally made in honor of the 1,000th batch of beer brewed at our Sioux Falls brewery. Cascade and Summit hops dominate the flavor of this beer, giving intense citrus & pi...
July 19, 2019 at 10:02:40 PM |
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View Granite City The Duke
Reviewed the beer Granite City The Duke
Taps clear amber with a good buff head. Aroma features resiny hops and raw malt with a hint of fruit, not spectacular but promising. Flavor yields piney, bitter hops plus raw malt and a citrus hint. Texture offers fair body and peppy fizz. Duke it out.
July 19, 2019 at 9:59:25 PM |
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3.3
View Granite City The Duke
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Granite City The Duke, a 5.2% IPA: A cask conditioned India Pale Ale brewed with English hops. This beer has a strong malt character with a hoppy finish.
July 19, 2019 at 9:58:57 PM |
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View Granite City Prairie Vixen
Reviewed the beer Granite City Prairie Vixen
Taps clear topaz with a nice beige head. Aroma yields bready, banana and wheat notes. Flavor presents bread dough, wheat, banana, a hint of spice. Texture offers so-so body but perky fizz. Foxy.
July 19, 2019 at 9:58:14 PM |
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3.3
View Granite City Prairie Vixen
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Granite City Prairie Vixen, a 4.8% Hefeweizen: This traditional German Style Wheat beer tastes of mild banana, clove, bubble gum with a mild spiciness to wrap up an exceptionally refreshing finish.
July 19, 2019 at 9:57:40 PM |
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