Wed, 4 May 2016
At the foot of the Appalachian mountains just outside of Asheville, Fonta Flora embraces local ingredients while honoring the history of a flooded sharecropping community. For some reason, reviewing four of their beers brings out our feisty side - and the most violent reaction to a beer we’ve ever had. We hope you also want to hear about Spanish Yoda, Craig’s cartoon hands, a little spooning, Byron Allen, sharecropping, and Nazi Fanta. The apology list might be long on this one. But at least most of the beers were good.
Sun Gold Appalachian Grisette
Land Trust Appalachian Apple Saison
Vestige Bloom Wild Ale (aged in wine barrels w/kiwi)
Sal De Gusano Imperial Stout (aged in Mezcal barrels with sea salt & cacao)