16 December 2011

WILK Friday BeerBuzz–16 Dec 2011 Nebraska Melange a Trois w/Paul Kavulak

WILKFridayBerbuzz7The Friday BeerBuzz on WILK knows no boundaries.  We’ve been reaching out to Massachusetts, California & Oregon in the previous weeks…so why not Nebraska…and this time it’s not just the state where our brewery calls home, but also the name of the brewery.  Nebraska Brewing has leapt on to the craft beer scene, and not only generated excitement locally, but also here in PA.  We’ve sampled Hop God and several other Nebraska brews, but today we wanted to sample their Melange a Trois.

wilkMelange is a Belgian-style ale aged 6-months in Chardonnay Wine barrels, but it’s way more than just that.  The Melange of three characteristic; dry on the tongue, sweet on the palate and wine-like in it’s finish, make for a very special and unique beer.  Flavors of white grapes, oak and perhaps even coriander make for not only a complex beer but an elegant one at that.

It was also exciting to have Nebraska Brewing President & Brewer Paul Kavulak join us to talk about the origins of the brewery and Melange.  It was also exciting to sample a beer that just won he 2011 GABF Gold Medal in the 2nd most competitive category at the Great American beer Festival—Wood & Barrel-Aged Strong.  This is a great beer and one you should seek out and try for yourself when it is released in a few weeks.


to Paul Kavulak from Nebraska Brewing, Nancy, John & Joe for yet another fun Friday.

The Friday BeerBuzz…bringing good beers and good people together.

As always you can check out the video on-line at the WILK Friday BeerBuzz page by clicking HERE.

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