If you don't know how the BR Beer Scene in conjunction with Raise A Glass Feature Beer Friday posts work, go check out the first one! Today we'll be taking a look at a beer from just over in Broussard, LA, the Parish Brewing (facebook - twitter) Canebrake. I've talked about Parish Brewing and their Canebrake before, but this is a chance to really put it up against other beers with a few other opinions, and see how it fares. As always, there is sure to be some bias, so get over it!
Reviewers: Eric Ducote (BR Beer Scene), Jay Ducote (Bite And Booze), Jeremy Spikes (Whiskeybomb.com)
Serving: 12 ounce bottle.
Appearance: "What you want for the style."
Aroma: Nice fruity notes with the wheat, good scores here.
Taste: Everyone enjoyed drinking this beer, and every score came in at 30 or above out of a possible 40 points on the taste.
Mouthfeel: "sweet & bready"
Overall: This was very well received as a "workhorse" beer and an every day sessionable brew, especially in the hot weather of a Louisiana Summer.