Transplants Brewing has released an imperial version of their chocolate hazelnut brown ale, called the “Double Filbert.” This double brown ale recollects the delicious, rich taste of the Filbert, enhancing its essence yet […]
Transplants Brewing has released an imperial version of their chocolate hazelnut brown ale, called the “Double Filbert.” This double brown ale recollects the delicious, rich taste of the Filbert, enhancing its essence yet with a 10% ABV.
The Filbert is one of Transplants’ fan favorites, the mixture of the nutty and sweet chocolaty flavor makes it their signature brown ale.
This brewing company has an incredible variety all the way from IPA’s to stouts, setting the bar to be a very versatile and creative establishment. Transplants’ “El Mas Guapo IPA”, presents an incredibly smooth IPA that not only presents citrus, but also guava to enhance the taste.
The Filbert and El Mas Guapo are definitely one of my favorite beers I’ve had in recent memory, all the way from stouts to IPA’s. That’s a pretty interesting range in between palates, if you ask me.
The Alesmith Nut Brown is very reminiscent of the Filbert, the rich, malt-forward flavor profile makes it such a drinkable dark beer. This brown ale won a silver award at the 2014 San Diego International Beer Competition (for American-style Brown), reminding everyone what happens when you make a quality nut brown.
The creamy mouthful, and smooth taste overall, just makes it one of the best dark beers period.
Transplants has also upgraded their signature brown to the “Ultra Double Filbert”, aged in whiskey barrels. Brown and whiskey – sounds like heaven.
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