Beer became brainy at the 4th annual Beerology, at the Buffalo Museum of Science, where a sold out crowd learned about the science of beer.
Brewers came from all corners of the Northeast to offer their wares and discuss the science behind brewing.
The Long Trail Brewing Co. brought their Long Trail Ale all the way from Bridgewater Corners, VT. A German Altbier, this amber brew has hints of chocolate malt and is an excellent year-round beer.
Spirit of the Adirondacks
Saranac Brewery has been crafting beer in New York State for 120 years.
Their Blueberry Blonde Ale is traditional with a fruity twist. The light, golden haze is evidence of wheat malt and oats with a low hop bitterness. A medium body gives way to summertime freshness in a bottle.
Saranac’s traditional Summertime Ale represents summer in the Adirondacks. This beer is brewed with generous amounts of wheat malt for a light refreshing taste. Caution, there are subtle hints of lemon.
Buffalo’s Beer Store
Consumer’s Beverages Inc. has been serving Western New York since 1948, and offer a wide variety of brews. Visit their website for a complete list. Don’t forget their Growler Club!