So it’s a bit unusual all around.
Although these days, it seems like “unusual” the new norm for craft beer: you can’t hardly turn around without running into a brewery doing something unusual with a beer, whether it’s mashing up styles (Cascadian Dark Ales, Belgian IPAs, Imperial Pilsners) or using weird ingredients (coconut, herbs, yams) or something else entirely. And each person’s “unusual” might well be different than everyone else’s.
Keeping that in mind, I’ll be exploring some beers that I find unusual this week. And end the week with The Session with something suitable Frankenstein-y.