Mike Wolfe, aka mrwolfe00, 1/3 of the BrewTrackr team, recently attended the 25th anniversary of Stoudt’s Brewery this past weekend and had a great time. Here he is with Stoudt’s owner, Ed Stoudt.
Stoudt’s featured two new beers at the party:
Amber 25 – light bodied, refreshing brew uses a small amount of caramel malt to give it a nice amber color with a hint of sweetness. Lower hopping rates and a smooth dry finish make this the perfect session beer to help you celebrate 25 years of Stoudt’s beers.
5025 Anniversary - a full bodied and tart brew started with our Quad recipe aged in red wine barrels for 17 months. Over the course of that time frame, the beer picked up slight hints of oak, a subtle sweetness, and red wine characteristics. Truly a one of a kind beer, and a first for Stoudts.