, Richmond, VA, 6.8% abv. is a hazy amber color with a thin off white head. The aromas of blackberry are strong up front as expected. Hints of lightly toasted wheat and yeast are in the back of the nose. The palate is greeted with the blackberries with a yeasty finish and slight acidity to cleanse the palate.
Make sure you don’t think the Hardywood, Reserve Series, Virginia Blackberry is a fruity beer not to be taken too serious. Hardywood, Reserve Series, Virginia Blackberry is a true Belgian style ale made by serious brewers. Hardywood got its blackberries from AgriBerry in Hanover County, Virginia.
Hardywood, Reserve Series, Virginia Blackberry would pair nicely with roasted chicken thighs stuffed with a triple crème Brie and Virginia ham. It is drinking fantastic so pick some up today.