Grapevine Sir Williams

Brewed by Grapevine Craft Brewery

English Brown Ale4.9% ABV21 IBU

The English do it right, there is no doubt. But Texans do it better. This brown ale is based off of the traditional English style brown ale but carries a heartier malt profile and a more balanced approach to the style for the American palette. With a light to medium body, the Sir William's is easy drinking but doesn't lack in complexity from roasted and specialty malts. This beer is hopped with traditional Goldings and Target hops. Let's face it, when you've been mayor for almost 40 years, you deserve your own beer. This is our tribute to all those who have served our community and continue to do so. We hope you like it, because we do.

Food Pairing: Roasted or Smoked Meats, Smoked Cheeses, Ice Cream

Awards: June 2014 - D Magazine Best Beer in Dallas
July 2014 - Best Little Brewfest in Texas Best of Show
2014 GABF® Gold Medal for English-Style Brown Ale
2015 Denver International Beer Competition - Silver Medal for English Brown Ale
2015 Brewski Awards - Platinum Medal - Best of Show for English-Style Brown Ale
2015 North American Beer Awards - Silver Medal for English-Style Brown Ale
2016 Best Little Brewfest in Texas - Silver Medal - Brown Ale

Hops: Magnum, Target, Golding

Grains/Adjuncts: Pale Malt 2-row, Brown Malt, Crystal Malt, Chocolate Malt

Yeast: English Ale

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Available near Ashburn, Virginia

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