Top 10 Spring Beers
Located at the southern edge of the Selkirk Mountains in Northern Idaho near Coeur d'Alene, this brewery is the first in the area to produce Belgian-style ales.
With a motto of, "It's not for the masses. It's for you," this creation adds Belgian yeast to the popular IPA style, making it a hybrid of American and Belgian brews. It pours an orange hue with an off-white head and delivers a piney, citrusy aroma. The flavor is similar to that of a hoppy American IPA, but in the background there's also a dry spiciness that's derived from the Belgian yeast strain it's brewed with. As the beer warms, more of the maltiness and Belgian-style spice notes come through, with the hops continuing to hang around on the back of your palate.