Bissell Brothers Seed

Posted: September 13, 2015 in Bissell Brothers Brewing Co., Fruit/Vegetable Beer, Reviews

The second brewery we went to after Hidden Cove was SoMe. It was on the side of a small highway with a parking lot in the back. As we parked, we saw a cornhole set out with some tables. We went inside and they had a few beers on tap along with a hot dog machine (which was free and was a welcomed snack), free chips and board games as well. The beer was very good (we brought some bombers home to review) and everyone was incredibly friendly. After the previous brewery we went to being such a disappointment, this was in stark contrast. We got a sampler paddler and then I got a pint of their pale ale while we played cornhole (I won, and Val threw a couple of bean bags into the parking lot). This would end up being one of my favorite breweries of the entire trip.

seed

ABV: 6%

Style: Fruit/Vegetable Beer

Trivia: This is their summer seasonal. I didn’t find any information about it on their website.

Random: I had this one at a restaurant with a communal table. They ran out of this when we made our way to the brewery, so I’m glad I got to try it at the restaurant.

This brew poured with half a finger of white head that dissipated slowly and left no lacing on the glass. The body was a cloudy pink color with high carbonation visible. The nose was filled with fresh raspberries, tartness and some strawberry notes as well. The taste was filled with berry notes, light tartness and even a little bit of wheat. The body was medium thick with high carbonation. It had a lengthy finish with berries. This was a very well-done fruit beer, and one that I would have again. If you still see it, definitely give it a try.

Untappd Rating: 4.0/5.0

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