What starts as a traditional porter takes a turn once caramel and salt are added to this brew. The use of chocolate malt even gives it flavors of chocolate that reminds you of a piece of candy.
Pigeon Hill was located on Muskegon Lake. During the 1800s the hill claimed its name because thousands of passenger pigeons congregated near its peak. In the 1920s the hill was sold to company that removed its sand for industrial purposes. Now it is just a collection of sandy bumps. While the hill has been dismantled, the name continues in the name of this brewery. Pigeon Hill Brewing continues the strong tradition of beer being brewed in Muskegon.
Second episode focusing on the 4th Commandment, “Honor your father and your mother.” Our discussion circles around the issue of authority, trust, and spheres of influence in our lives. When we place ourselves under the authority of another person, we humble ourselves and trust in God’s ordering of society.
A bronze medal winning El Rojo Red Ale has a malty, roasted flavor profile. Entered in competition as an English brown, the El Rojo is more of an American Red – bigger than Scottish Reds with a beautiful ruby red color and a rich, roasty, caramel body.
The Griffin Claw is not nearly as much of a second office as comments in this podcast appear to make it.