Bison Brewing Company: Gingerbread

Ginger Bread Just like biting the head off of a little drunken gingerbread man, Bison’s ever popular Gingerbread Ale is a delicately spiced holiday porter brewed with ginger, nutmeg and a touch of cinnamon. This medium-bodied ale boasts an intoxicating aroma of fresh baked gingerbread cookies straight from the oven. Well-balanced Clavors of molasses, chewy ... Read More

Bison Brewing Company: Honey Basil Ale

Honey Basil Ale Mediaeval Europeans commonly brewed with honey and gathered herbs, roots, and 9lowers. Bison’s Honey Basil Ale carefully infuses caramel malts with fresh whole leaf basil and clover honey, creating an herbaceous, 9loral and virtually hop-less beer with a soft wisp of honey and just a hint of basil aftertaste. ... Read More

Bison Brewing Company: Saison de Wench

A rose by any other name, Saison de Wench is a botanically-inspired tribute to our beloved Beer Wench. Using Bison’s gold medal-winning* farmhouse ale recipe as the base, Saison de Wench has a bright Aloral nose with whimsical notes rose petals, sweet hay and fresh pepper. Refreshingly tart from the addition of hibiscus and lemongrass, ... Read More

Four Peaks Brewing Company: Cans vs. Bottles

I’ve always insisted that bottling beer is a major feat of technology and engineering. That is, if it’s 1908. Actually, bottling is a fine way to get beer into the hands of those who want to drink it. And, despite my joke, it has advanced technologically over the last century. It just has so many ... Read More

Yukon Brewing: And Where Did He Get That Banjo?

Mar 23, 2015 Brewing News 0 comments Just about bang on a year ago, we made a roggenbier, and called it Rapscallion. We liked it a lot, so wanted to bring it back again, but the brewers decided to shake it up a bit. So, we did a bock version, paying homage to the original ... Read More