¡Howdy! We interrupt the blog posts about Yria to give you some good news:
We’re gonna have Dark Horse beers!
Dark Horse’s beers will arrive in January. So, we are going to tell you about Dark Horse.
To begin with, Dark Horse is a young brewer who started from the botton and has reached a high level: Aaron Morse.
Today, Aaron is grown adult as well as his brewery and his trakdemark, being located in Marshall (Michigan, EE.UU), both have also grown and expanded.
His beers are distributed through the vast and wide territory of the United States.
And now in Spain too! Moreover, Dark Horse has its own taptoom in Marshall too, where beer is served and tours through the brewery are made.
In regard to his beers, there are mainly three types: the ones that are always available, the ones only available during certain periods of time and the Stout series. Here below, we breafly explain some of the beers arriving in January:
Crooked Tree IPA
Crooked Tree IPA is heavily dry hopped to give it a big aroma of pine and citrus. The flavors are big, yet very balanced between fresh hops and malt. Often described as “grapefruit,” our hops give this beer an excellent citrus flavor that finishes dry, crisp, and clean. Due to our unique dry-hopping methods it has won several medals in the India Pale Ale category.
Raspberry Ale (with raspberries added)
This beer is a light bodied, easy drinking ale. We use real raspberries late in fermentation, giving this beer a mild fruit flavor while keeping a very balanced malt profile.
Reserve Special Black Ale
The Reserve Special Black Ale is the oldest beer in the Dark Horse portfolio. This beer is dark, flavours of malt-roast and chocolate. The Reserve Special Black Ale drinks like a porter and finishes like a stout, so it fits nicely into the category of a delicious strong black ale.
Berlgian Style Amber Ale
While the malt and hops give this beer an amazing copper color, medium body, and a smooth mouth feel; it’s the yeast that sets this one apart from other amber ales. Inspired by Belgium’s beer, this beer has a little Belgian touch by using an “almost Belgian” yeast strain producing similar esters and flavors commonly found in more traditional Belgian beers.
Enough for today, we will tell you more as the date arrives. If you want to know more about Dark Horse, here you have the webpage: http://www.darkhorsebrewery.com/
And as always, pay attention to the online shop. New good beers are arriving!