The Bruery Autumn Maple

The Bruery Autumn Maple

This past weekend I drank a lot of different beers. Surprisingly, I didn’t drink a lot in volume. How, you may ask? Well, I shared about 10 bombers of beer with a variety of friends. On Sunday I had friends over for fall beer and football. Tonight’s review comes from that afternoon.

That day the first beer we tried was The Bruery Autumn Maple, a fruit style beer that packs a whopping 10% ABV. Below are our thoughts.

  • Sean: Did not like the beer. Smelled Belgiany, but was not smooth at all. Rated it a 2 out of 10.
  • Greg: Thought it tasted like a Belgian all the way through, with some cinnamon near the end. He also was not a fan.
  • Heather: Liked it. Enjoyed the flavors, but there was something in the middle that she couldn’t put her finger on. She decided it was plum, cherry, or some other dark fruit.
  • Me: Lots of malt. Lots of Belgian spice. I also picked up the unrecognizable flavor in the middle, and agreed it was probably dark fruit. Just a so-so beer for me.

With many more beers to taste, the last quarter of the bottle of Autumn Maple was poured down the drain. Sad, but true.


Author: Joshua Dion

I write about beer in an un-intimidating way, welcoming beer lovers of all experience levels.