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Bullaflo Sweat Stout Brewed by Tallgrass Brewing Company - Kansas


Bullaflo Sweat Stout Brewed by Tallgrass Brewing Company - Manhattan, Kansas

We love this beer here at the brewery, and think you will have one of those “I’ve never-tasted-a-beer-like-that” kind of moments when you try it! What we really like about this beer is the smoothness that brewing with cream sugar brings to the palate. This smoothness balances out the copious quantities of roasted barley used in the brewing process to create a rich, complex, and delicious beer. If you have not been a stout drinker in the past, give this beer a try. It might just change your mind about how dark beers should taste. It tastes so rich, but is surprisingly easy to drink!
 
  Tallgrass Buffalo Sweat Milk StoutTallGrass Brewing is in Kansas
             

Beer Review from Beer Advocate
Black color, with dark tan foam about 1/4 inch tall. Doesn't appear overly viscous or thick really. The head lasts a brief moment and then quickly dissipates leaving a pencil thin ring. The aroma has a nice mix of sweet chocolate and coffee-like roastedness. Very inviting.

The taste is very clean for a stout, a semi-sweet chocolate and toffee experience. Not very bitter at the back. After a couple sips I realize there isn't going to be much complexity, but it's a simple, flavorful, easy drinking, almost session-like ale. The mouthfeel is a little watery, but decent enough overall, and the carbonation is fine.

My first taste of a Kansas brewed ale, and it was a good one. We need more tasty beers that are 5% ABV. And more beers in 16oz cans as well.

                    Tallgrass Brewing Cans

The Story Behind Tallgrass Brewing
The decision to found Tallgrass Brewing Company was made by Jeff Gill and his wife Tricia on April 8, 2006. Tricia had asked Jeff THAT question: “What do you want to do with the rest of your life?” Jeff had been thinking about that exact question quite a bit. “I want to start a microbrewery!” Jeff answered. He had been an avid homebrewer for six years and loved to brew beer that people enjoyed. At that point, he and Tricia made a commitment to start a new microbrewery in Kansas. It would mean moving from where they lived at the time, Jeff giving up his career as geologist, and Tricia changing jobs.

After the decision was made, the next 12 months were a flurry of activity: Jeff juggled a full-time job while trying to gain as much experience in the craft beer business as possible, and Tricia gave him her full support along the way. They chose Manhattan, Kan., for the location of the brewery, and chose Tallgrass for the name. They had always wanted to settle in this area to raise their family and live near the scenic Flint Hills and Tallgrass Prairie surrounding Manhattan. It just so happened that the water near Manhattan is an excellent choice for brewing beer, too!

When the spring of 2007 rolled around, Jeff was ready to speak with friends and family about investing in their dream to start Tallgrass Brewing Company. With the money raised and a lot of hard work, the brewery was built just off of Green Valley Road at the edge of the Flint Hills. A beautiful copper-clad brewhouse arrived in June 2007 and the first beer was brewed in August 2007. Our beer is now available on tap and in cans across the Midwest, Mississippi, Minnesota, and more to come!
 
    

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Tallgrass Brewing Company

8845 Quail Lane
Manhattan, Kansas, 66502
Phone: (785) 537-1131
www.tallgrassbeer.com

                                              
                                                
 

 





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