From Our Editors
When head brewer Louie Rizzo approaches a new beer, he doesn't think about what's in fashion or what the brewery down the block is doing. Instead, the area native is thinking about his friends and family—what they would like, what he wants to show them he can create. Because at Tangled Roots Brewing, beer is a form of art, and to take their art to the next level, the brewers draw upon unexpected ingredients and flavors. The West Coast IPA, for instance, incorporates the brightness of an experimental variety of hops from Hopsteiner, while the pale ale takes on the refreshing quality of a tangerine.
Here's a quick look at a few more of Tangled Roots' beers you might find on draft:
Kit Kupfer: This easy-drinking beer is lent a copper color and a sweet, peach-like taste by its secret special ingredient (5.0% ABV).
Sieur de Lasalle Lager: Dropped to Arctic temperatures after fermentation to allow the solids to settle out, this unfiltered, crystal-clear beer has a smooth flavor and aroma (4.6% ABV)
Devil’s Paint Box IPA: Taste notes of blood orange, lime zest, and grapefruit in this beer, dry-hopped with a three-hop blend (6.3% ABV)