Luna Coffee StoutMarch 1, 2011 Green Bay WI
Green Bay WI
Brewed with a special blend of coffee produced for Hinterland by a local coffee shop, the Luna Cafe.
Original gravity: 1061
Damned good Cuppa Joe, in beery form! What a head! A photographers dream! Combined with ebony tones, this is a good introduction to a round, roasted, rich brew, an example of the brewer’s art. We relished it with our own foraged coral mushrooms, and buttered winter vegetables over pork fried rice.
- Charles Finkel
Pours dead-on thick like a coffee shake. Using duck slippers you could walk on this brew. Delirious roast coffee character abounds in aroma and flavor. Yet body is perceived as surprisingly medium-light in mouthfeel. Very curious set up. Hop and coffee bitterness well balanced. It’s all about the coffee. Tastefully accomplished. Lacking on label is any indication of ABV: that I’d like to know before indulging. ’Tis no pedestrian beer. Deeelicious. Make mine with cake.
- Charlie Papazian
Founder of Merchant du Vin and the Pike Brewing Co., Charles Finkel is a pioneer in the marketing of craft beers in America.
Author of the New Complete Joy of Homebrewing, founder of the Great American Beer Festival and a Beer Examiner at www.examiner.com, Papazian is a leading voice in beer and brewing.
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