Tonight I am sipping on a glass (or three) from my growler of Flounder Brewing's Genevieve IPA that I picked up on Saturday. It is tasting mighty fine, and I highly recommend it. If you want to know what kind of flavor notes it has, go ahead and pick up a pint and try it yourself.
A few months ago, Lone Eagle Brewing opened up near the outlet mall in Flemington, NJ. A unique aspect about this new brewery is that it is in a completely newly constructed building instead of being in the local industrial park. Its not really a positive or a negative for me, its the beer that counts and speaks for himself.
So we paid a visit to Lone Eagle yesterday to relax after a little bit of shopping at the outlets. I will give a more in depth write-up when I go and tour the brewery in the future. During this stop, I had pints of two of their beers. First, their Dry Irish Stout brewed with Homestead Coffee. Second, their Ordinary Bitter. Both were around 4% ABV, and both were delicious and bursting with flavor
|The taps and bar at Lone Eagle|
|View of the brewery from upstairs|
Some other beers that Lone Eagle had on tap were:
- Extra Special Bitter
- Black IPA
- Downton Abbey Dubbel
- American Pale Ale
- Red Farmhouse Saison
- Rye Pale Ale
- West Coast IPA
- S.M.A.S.H Mouth Ale
Oh yeah.....they'll be canning really, really soon via Iron Heart Canning!