Godspeed Brewery

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Re: Godspeed Brewery

Postby jeremyg » Tue Jul 10, 2018 7:04 pm

yeah i'm with midlife crisis on this, godspeed rules. the spot itself is wonderful, welcoming and relaxed. the beer are all extremely well made and dialed in. if they don't have a bunch of IPA's and kettle sours... so be it. go literally anywhere else.
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Re: Godspeed Brewery

Postby Belgian » Sat Dec 01, 2018 9:56 pm

The new IBUSHI Smoked Pilsner is nice, it's in the store although stock may be too new to be on the web page.

The gentle smoke works nicely and it doesn't stand in the way of the brightness and the freshness of the style. This underlines the crispness. Worth grabbing at least a few. I love that they have this one, the Otsukaresama Dortmunder and the beautifully understated NONBE Oktoberfest all on right now, excellent. German craft beer trend with Japanese style accents!
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Godspeed Oct 2019

Postby Belgian » Fri Oct 04, 2019 6:19 pm

Godspeed has two fruited ales freshly on offer. Kekkon Wedding Anniversary Ale is new!.

Kekkon 結婚, reminds me a bit of really good Raspberry Wheat ale, plus hints of lactic sourness, sea salt and smoke. I like the acidity.

Kazoku Tart Saison with Plum is as good as last year, possibly better. Lots of that golden plum flavor, nice minty-dry bit of hop finish.

Also I must have overlooked the Kiri Belgian Witbier yesterday, or it was just put out now?
Speaking of wheat beerI have been religiously observing Oktoberfest with plenty of the Shirinami "White Wave" Hefeweizen.

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