This week's Sunday Night Suds looks at Flying Bison Buffalo IPA.
Flying Bison Buffalo IPA is another one of those beers that you need to be in the right place to purchase. Although the brand is brewed in the FX Matt plant in Utica, it is only sold in select counties in Western New York and it is not part of the regular line of Saranac products which are widely distributed in the Northeast.
The Flying Bison Buffalo IPA poured a rich copper color and had a decent amount of foam which stayed on the glass long after the pour. The first taste was all floral hops, followed by some pine and a little citrus.
Although I enjoyed this beer on its own, I could easily see pairing this this beer with char grilled poultry or other non-sauced bbq fare.
This beer has all the makings of a great IPA and it had me wishing I had purchased more bottles of this brew. Maybe next time that I am upstate this summer I can go looking for more...
Flying Bison Buffalo IPA is certified kosher under the Va'ad of Detroit and their is a kosher symbol on the side of the bottle.
To see what the experts on Beer Advocate think about the Flying Bison Buffalo IPA, please follow this link www.beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/702/79374.
As always, please remember to drink responsibly and to never waste good beer unless there is no designated driver.
If you've tried this beer or any others which have been reviewed on the kosher beers site, please feel free to post your comments (anonymous comments are acceptable).
If you have seen this post being carried on another site, please feel free to click www.kosherbeers.blogspot.com to find other articles on the kosherbeers blogsite. Hey its free and you can push my counter numbers up!