- Honey Lager - subtle in sweet honey flavor, it was mild in taste (pictured above, beer on right side.) It was a standard lager, and I would order a Leinie's HoneyWeis.
- Hefeweizen - the unfiltered wheat ale was mild in clove thus not as flavorful as I would have enjoyed. But a good basic hefeweizen that is for sure. No orange slice, which is good, but nothing compared to my Sun King love - the Big H (pictured to right.)
- Cream Ale - this was my favorite that I tried. Smooth and subtly sweet, it was my first maple cream and I thoroughly enjoyed it on the brisk day (pictured above, beer on left.) I was ready to order another glass when...
Unfortunately, this was only a tasting room where guests can be served up to approximately 12.5 ounces. Hubs had ordered a glass of the Maple Cream Ale and was disappointed he could only try one brew, as I was disappointed to only get one tasting sampler.
I did end up having more of the Hefeweizen when we went out later that night for football too, so it was something I returned to when given the option. It seemed to be a popular local brew from the bartenders and restaurants we frequented, and we were happy to have been able to visit and sip some local brews.
When you travel, do you get out and see the local breweries in the area? Have you been to a tasting room where you were limited on your intake?