Beer by Brooklyn Brewery
Brooklyn Bamboozled

Not long ago, Brooklyn was supposedly “Crooklyn”, a strange land where people spoke in tongues, cabs feared to tread, and you couldn’t get a decent piece of cheese. And BAM, the grandly-titled Brooklyn Academy of Music, seemed to stand as a silent sentinel, a remnant of a glorious past few seemed to remember.
At Brooklyn Brewery, they remember the real Brooklyn. They remember pioneering beer bars, wild Berlin-style raves at the Old Mustard Factory, the Liveri boys smoking the mozzarella in a little metal box every morning outside Joe’s Busy Corner, prosciutto sliced so thin you could read the newspaper through it, and jerk chicken that made your eyes water. BAM remembers that Brooklyn too, and helped transform it into a place everyone suddenly wants to be.
So, when BAM asked them to make a brew for their 150th anniversary, Brooklyn Brewery wanted to make them something really special.

BAMBoozle features a large addition of wildflower honey from the New York family apiary Tremblay Farms – they pick up the honey from Alan Tremblay at the Greenmarket. Blended with golden malts, it is fermented to a dry complexity by a Belgian yeast strain, and then re-fermented in the bottle like Champagne. When the cork pops, you see shimmering effer vescence, a beautifully floral, honeyed nose, and a fresh light zing on the palate that belies its underlying strength. You can enjoy it now, but it will also age very nicely.







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