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Baaad Boy Black Wheat brewed by the 3 Sheeps Brewing Company


Baaad Boy Black Wheat brewed by the 3 Sheeps Brewing Company in Sheboygan, Wisconsin  

Beneath Baaad Boy Black Wheat's rich, dark exterior and cascading head, you will find a classic unfiltered wheat presentation fused with the smooth, roasty, chocolate-like characteristics of the dark wheat malt. With a finish this unnervingly smooth, you're going to want to give this Baaad Boy a second chance...and third...and so on. ABV: 5.50% ABV 13 IBUs
   

Baaad Boy Black Wheat brewed by the 3 Sheeps Brewing Company in Sheboygan, Wisconsin

                 
Beer Review from Beer Advocate
Appearance - The brew is dark, dark brown with only a hint of light getting through. Not much head is seen, just a half-finger of short-lived brown foam that leaves no lacing.

Aroma - As you might expect from the dark color, the smell is full of roasted flavors like char and chocolate. There is also some wheat and a wet grain smell that is strangely off-putting but inviting at the same time.

Taste - The taste is packe with more roasted flavors that border on acrid and would pass for a porter in many circles. Char, smoke, and dark chocolate malts play against the aforementioned wet grain taste. You know you're drinking a wheat beer, but the stout-like darkness keeps suggesting otherwise. The result is complex and strangely compelling.

Mouthfeel - The brew is moderate to light weight with lighter levels of carb.

Overall - This is a pretty unique beer with way more flavors going on than I would have expected. This brew was a nice departure from the standard IPA or my recent hefe obsession.
   

  
Family Brewing History of Grant Pauly
All families have their stories: tales of grandparents and great-grandparents and the incredible things they accomplished, or lived through, or overcame. My family was no different. I grew up hearing stories that cascaded across a broad plain of topics, but the ones that fascinated me most centered around the Kingsbury Breweries.

Back in 1926, the Kingsbury Breweries, then known as the Gutsch Brewery, declared bankruptcy. It was a tough time for breweries across the country as Prohibition was in full effect. Many breweries failed during that time, and the Gutsch Brewery was on its way to joining them. It was at this time that my family took the helm of the brewery. Soon after, they changed the name to the Kingsbury Breweries, expanded coast-to-coast, and turned the brewery into what we remember it as today.

I grew up hearing stories from my father, who, as a child with his father, would go around the various Kingsbury Breweries, see the brewers hard at work, and watch the customers enjoy a beer in the Ratskeller. This is where my interest was first piqued by the great world of beer. Many years later, thanks to a brilliant gift on my wife’s part, I started making my own beer. From that point forward there was no turning back. The hobby turned into a passion, which turned into an obsession, which turned into quitting my day job and opening a brewery.

3 Sheeps Brewing Company
1327 Huron Ave.
Sheboygan WI 53081
Phone: (920)395-3583
Website: www.3sheepsbrewing.com

 

 





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