"For the 6th volume in the “Side Project” series of beers, I decided to brew something malty for a change. As you probably know I like the hops! The Terrapin “90 Shelling” gets it name from traditional scotch ales that used numbers and then the word “Shilling” to indicate the alcohol content in the beer. For example a 120 shilling scotch ale would have more alcohol than a 90 shilling would. I used the word “Shelling” instead to pay homage to the turtle. This beer has a wonderfully malty aroma and a huge body the compliments a very smooth, velvety mouth feels. I used a touch of English East Kent Golding hops to balance out the sweetness of this fine elixir." - Spike
2-Row, Munich II, Caramel Pilsner, Malted Wheat, Roasted Barley
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