VIDEO: Father Rauchbier by Village Brewery Beer Review – Calgary, AB
Dan Crocker, A.K.A. booze reviews, is the king of beer reviews. Village Brewery has released their Father Rauchbier in honour of Father’s Day! Watch Dan’s video below to find out if Village Brewery’s latest brew is tasty enough to give to your Dad this Father’s Day.
By Dan Crocker on Jun. 18, 2016
Here’s what Village Brewery had to say about their new Father Rauchbier:
“Fathers can’t resist the manly scent of wood smoke. It’s what draws them to barbecues and bacon. Long ago, rugged Bavarian dads would hew wood, draw water and roast malt over open fires, just so they could quaff hearty ales with a hint of smoke. Save your pop that trouble. Treat him to this rich, authentic Rauchbier, with malt tempered over hickory and black cherry embers in local smokehouses. Then fire up the barbecue.”
What would Father’s Day be without a barbecuing and beer?!
Think no more because Dan Crocker reviewed Village Brewery’s Father Rauchbier! This smokey goodness goes great with BBQing. Happy Father’s Day to all the Fathers’ out there past, present and future! Cheers!
Video: Village Brewery’s Father Rauchbier Beer Review
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