BeerBasics.com is glad you chose to watch Back of the Fridge Tasting Notes for XX Bitch Creek Double ESB Ale

Once again, BeerBasics ventures to the Henry Street Ale House in Brooklyn Heights, to do a special “Back of The Fridge” Tasting Notes. This time it is a six-year-old beer from the Grand Teton Brewing Co. in Victor, Idaho.

SPECIAL NOTE: In 2008 the folks at Grand Teton sent BeerBasics.com a sample of their first XX Bitch Creek ESB Ale… Click on the following link for your edification… https://www.beerbasics.com/blog/2008/11/05/a-taste-of-xx-bitch-creek-double-esb.html

The description of this beer as provided on their web site:

“Bitch Creek ESB was first brewed in 2003, and perfectly balances big malt sweetness and robust hop flavor for a full-bodied mahogany ale. It has quickly become our best-selling beer, as well as our most-critically acclaimed, having won medals–including two golds— at four out of the past five Great American Beer Festivals.”

“XX Bitch Creek Double ESB is all that and more. We took the Bitch Creek recipe and doubled everything: double the malt, double the hops, twice the flavor.”

For more information on the Grand Teton Brewing Co., click on the following link… http://www.grandtetonbrewing.com/

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