(Bellaire, MI) – Wait, is that another label where it appears like someone is hanging?
Hangin’ Frank, is that you? Kind of a strange drawing (
obviously just a stream of beer, I know…or a stick as a comment suggests?) but, nevertheless, there is another new release coming from the ever-experimenting Short’s Brewing.
From the brewery’s Facebook page: “We bottled The Curl! It is an imperial pilsner made with maze and pilsen malt and “unbalanced” with Amarillo Hops (not typically used in a pilsner). The result is a clean, delicious beer that is brilliantly clear and lightly carbonated. A perfect springtime beer and one of our in-house favorites! Look for it to hit stores soon!”
Beer description via the brewery website: “One of the first Imperial beers made at Short’s, this American Pilsner has an appealing clear, bright, golden straw color. Faint esters of fresh baked bread and grain aromas precede the flavor resulting from the abundance of flake maize used in this recipe. Hefty doses of hops create a pronounced dryness that seamlessly blends with the crisp, clean finish.”
According to that Facebook page, this was the brewery’s first-ever beer released in bottles (at the time, 750s). This is new artwork though.