Top 10 Beer Brands To Stock In Your Bar

23/07/2020 Looking to add some of the fantastic beer brands in your menu? Here are the top 10 beer brands to stock in your bar.

Do your bar-shelves need some amazing beer brands to offer a good value for your customers’ money? Here are the top 10 beer brands to stock in your bar.

  1. Buzzcock | Brown Ale

Buzzcock is produced by Butcherknife Brewing Company; Colorado-based company dedicated to craft and community. It’s light-bodied and dark-colored ale with a nice easy finish. It has an increased body without an overload of hop character. Its clean taste and unique aroma make this beer a great offering for consumers as well as buyers at bars and restaurants.

  1. The Trinity

The Trinity from Monkless Belgian Ales is made in Belgian Triple style, at 8.1% ABV and 36 IBUs. This gold medal winner does not have a lot of hops to hide behind. It is crisp, clean, and easy-drinking. It goes well with Prosciutto and Triple Crème Brie, anything Pesto, Brussel Sprouts with Bacon, and Peach Cobbler.

  1. Pineapple Guava

Pineapple Guava is an artfully made hard apple cider heightened with tropical pineapple. It is bright, fruity, and off-dry. It goes well with light food dishes or just by itself.

  1. Wreak Havoc® Imperial Red

Wreak Havoc® Imperial Red from Bootstrap Brewing is a delicious, smooth, and massively hoped Imperial red ale. 7 hop additions and the perfect mix of malts give this beer its unique flavor and aroma. Gluten reduced.

  1. Kentucky Irish Red Ale

Kentucky Irish Red Ale from Lexington Brewing & Distilling Company is the first brew produced by the company. It’s the combination of two beer styles: Irish Red Ale and English Pale Ale. This ale has a light amber color. Its fantastic body and character are contributed by imported malts and a pinch of wheat malt. It has a rich and smooth taste. It pairs well with a wide range of food such as roast chicken, pork, fish and chips, mild cheese such as Lancashire or Leicester.  Pairs great with an oatmeal raisin cookie for dessert.

  1. Pilsner

Pilsner from Butcherknife Brewing Company is golden yellow and crystal clear in appearance. It shows off distinctive German zesty spice hop aroma with a slight bitterness in the Bavarian tradition. On the palate, malt notes follow with a smooth sweetness.

  1. Session IPA

Session IPA from the Toast Ale is a citrusy and hoppy beer. It is brewed with surplus fresh bread, malted barley, and modern American hops. Hops used are Amarillo, Ahtanum, and Liberty. Malts used in this beer are pale ale malt, caramalt, and surplus bread.

  1. Dr. Pat’s Double IPA

Dr. Pat’s Double IPA is produced by High Hops Brewery. It is a malty and heavily-hopped beer with 8.6% ABV and 96 IBUs. Grains such as Maris Otter, Pilsen, 2-Row, White Wheat, Carapils, and Caramel 40 are used in beer. It has hops including Galena, Centennial, Citra, and Cascade.

  1. Blood Orange Tangerine

Blood Orange Tangerine from Common Cider Company is one of our most popular varieties, with just enough juice to capture the essence of citrusy fruit flavor, but not so much that it turns this blend red. It has no artificial flavors or color added.

  1. Blackberry Sangria

Blackberry Sangria from Common Cider Company is a joyful mix of flavor and tradition. It is gracefully blended with blackberries, mango, and California red wine. This flavored apple cider is perfect for a spring picnic and compliments cheese and fruit dishes.

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