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US Microbrewery Revolution
|Posted by Nick B. on 2017-04-11 05:27:38|
|I really don't think Pugsley & Austin did much out west, which is why I referred to east of the rust belt. But I could be wrong. I just don't recall *any* Ringwood (*) breweries or brewpubs in the west, it was always talked about as a New England thing. I haven't read your Guardian link yet, nor did I catch where Mark said they were a big influence outside the NE.|
I'd had Geary's and a couple other bottled Ringwood beers from NE in the 90's, and they put me right off the yeast, as they were very butterscotchy and gym-socky. It was interesting, then to try some actual English Ringwood beer a few years ago, I believe owned by Marston's. It was much cleaner. Ringwood Fortyniner and one or two others. Nothing gymsocky about them at all.
(* Pugsley's systems supposedly used Ringwood yeast...I don't mean beers brewed at Ringwood in Blighty.)
|US Pugsley Breweries by Nick B. on 2017-04-11 05:37:52|
|US Pugsley Breweries by Nick B. on 2017-04-12 03:22:03|