Endless Summer. Procrastination. And Elementary. Three artisan beers from the newest craft brewery in town. Meet Pedro...
Pedro Brewcrafters introduces its line of artisan beers to the blossoming local craft beer scene with three signature variants, Endless Summer Wheat Beer, Procrastination Pale Ale, and Elementary, English Ale. Grab a pint, or a bottle, and enjoy the ride...
Local definitely is the new premium. With the emerging popularity of local craft beer, Pedro Brewcrafters' entry to the market reflects the continuing popularity of local brews. Made with the finest premium ingredients, Pedro Brewcrafters shares it own unique style with its refreshing new line of craft beer.
With three distinct brews, Pedro Brewcrafters' brewing style is depicted in the quirky, playful, and irreverent label design, providing a glimpse of Pedro's personality and character. One look, and you just know these craft beers are different. And fun, too.
On tap or by the bottle, Pedro Brewcrafters offers a new craft beer experience, with rich flavors in every sip. At a pairing session, I got a chance to sample all three brews paired with some of the signature dishes from The Perfect Pint (for more on The Perfect Pint and its advocacy on local craft beer, check out my previous posts here and here).
Start with Pedro Brewcrafters' Endless Summer Wheat Ale, a light and refreshingly crisp yet filling brew, and the perfect introduction to Pedro Brewcrafters' style. The mild and delicate notes make it ideal for pairing with seafood and light dishes like The Perfect Pint's Truffle Fries, Calamari Negra (L), and Mussels in Beer (R).
Mildly sweet with a crisp and smooth finish, it's summer in a bottle. In contrast, Pedro Brewcrafters's Procrastination Pale Ale delivers bolder, hoppy notes best enjoyed at a more relaxed pace as you savor each and every sip. By all means, procrastinate, and enjoy. The more pronounced and upfront flavors coat your mouth with the distinct and sharp flavors of hops lingering long after the first sip, cleansing the palate, making it ideal for pairing with dishes with rich flavors, like The Perfect Pint's Sausage Platter.
And finally, it was time for Elementary, English Ale, a traditional style beer and Pedro Brewcrafters' third and newest variant. A dark beer with the comforting flavors of roasted malt, it's the perfect brew to cap your beer flight. Robust and full bodied, pairing this with dessert is perfect, and, as they say, elementary. With hints of chocolate, coffee, honey and caramel, it's great on its own, or with The Perfect Pint's Freshly Baked Caramel Brownie Smores with Rhum Raisin Ice Cream.
Three new brews, each one unique from the other, and a welcome addition to growing local craft beer scene. My personal preferences lean toward the Procrastination Pale Ale and the Elementary, English Ale with its upfront flavors, but I wouldn't mind a cold and refreshing Endless Summer Wheat Ale any day. And that's what makes Pedro special, with refreshingly new and flavorful expressions that enrich the craft beer experience.
Endless Summer Wheat Ale. Procrastination Pale Ale. Elementary, English Ale. Meet my new friend, Pedro...
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