Previously from this brewery: a whole gaggle of delicious beers
Hustle day; on the road to State College for one of the last two home games. Is it wrong I wish it was colder? I do somehow enjoy those bone-chilling cold days in the parking lot....
So, that means a beer review, and up to bat is a bottle of Cabin Fever from New Holland Brewing. Out of the bottle, this beer has a dark brown hue and a big toasted malt aroma. Uh oh.
When I took a sip, I was hit with toasted, burnt, and roasted malt flavors..... none of which I enjoy in a beer. Crud. If I close my eyes, this one tastes more like a porter or a stout than a brown ale. Brown ales are usually something I enjoy - the brown ale from Tommyknocker Brewery is fantastic, for example. However, this one was not something I liked or would try again. But, if those flavors are your thing, feel free to grab one of these.
|Not feverish about this one|
Beer with cabin in the name means you get something about a home. So, that means Home, from Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros.