Saturday, August 10, 2013
Brew Review: Hunter's Brewing
Always on a search to try new breweries and wineries, we checked another off our list. Hunter's Brewing is a relatively new nanobrewery in Chesterton, open Thursdays through Saturdays (and occasionally now on Sundays too!) There are high top tables, a couple couches, and the bar to sit and enjoy beer. They have prepackaged snacks and lately The Rolling Stonebaker wood-fired pizza food truck has been there on Thursdays.
Of course you know I tried a flight, which was 8 beers, just over $11. It seems that Hunter's doesn't offer any light summer beers yet, so they were all relatively heavy. The Khao Hom Mali, a jasmine rice cream ale, was probably the one I liked most. It's definitely creamy and the jasmine gives it quite an interesting taste. Mild Child, the English brown ale, was also good. Even though I do love a good flavored stout, the others were a bit too heavy for me. Of course that doesn't mean we won't be back to try more. The owners were extremely nice and they participate in all of the local brew fests so we will see them soon at Beers Across the Wabash!