Episode 341 – Off Color IPAs
Quite possibly Chicago’s best brewery, Off Color still doesn’t make any IPAs – nor do they have any plans to. And that’s quite alright. Seven years in, this little critter-lovin’ brewery continues to build one of the best brands around while furthering a stellar collection of esoteric small batches and inspired flavor combinations. We catch up with five recent beers that span the wide range of delectable oddities that make the Mousetrap patio “farm” one of the most interesting places to drink beer in the city. Also, Craig over-celebrates his citation, Ryan is still dealing with his caddy trauma, and we really explore the horrifying new applications of mayo. And listen to find out our picks for cutest label – probably the toughest ranking on the show.
Beer for Golf (Wit-style beer w/ lemon and black tea)
Beer for Burgers (Helles bock-style beer blended w/ bourbon barrel-aged lager)
Gator Time (Foedre-fermented wild ale w/ cherries)
Spots (Tiki weisse w/ passion fruit and grapefruit peel)
Cave Draw-erz (Bourbon barrel-aged stout blended w/ farmhouse ale)