Pig's Ear Brown Ale
A good post-hike late Autumn beer. Maybe you peeped some leaves. Maybe some leaves peeped you. Either way, a few Pig's Ear brown ales will leave you feeling warm all over.
Brewery: Woodstock Inn Brewery
We like Woodstock. We like the brewery. And we like Pig's Ears. So, we have that going for us.
The brewery can be found just a couple minute's drive west off the exit (32). In the spirit of English nut brown style ales, the Woodstock brewery features an old red phone both. No, you cannot travel in time if you step inside it. But if you could, you could go back and see Woodstock Inn Brewery's old can artwork and branding.
If it looks like a pig and squeals like a pig, double check before pouring it into a glass. If you're lucky, it's our smooth, nutty, roasted Brown Ale. If not, well ...
Hops & Malts used in the Pig's Ear Brown Ale brewing recipe
Final thoughts on Pig's Ear Brown Ale
Our (latest) Pig's Ear came via Woodstock variety pack, along with the Exit 32, Lost River Light, and Red Rack ale.
We will keep coming back to it as long as they keep brewing it.