Verboten Brewing and Barrel Project
Started in 2013, Verboten Brewing and Barrel Project is a boutique brewery. The name Verboten is German for “forbidden”, taking its lead from the purity laws in Germany that rejected certain ingredients from being used in the brewing of beer. The purity laws allowed only hops, water, and barley. After learning more about the brewing of beer, yeast was allowed to be part of the process.
They embrace the trend of incorporating fruit and spice, barrel aging and other distinctive ingredients and processes to make their craft beers, keeping their customers coming back for more.
Their sixteen tap handles, including one nitro tap, all rotate constantly so that new beers can be introduced and get in front of customers. They aim to use seasonal and local ingredients as much as possible in their brews, to add that extra touch to their handcrafted ales. Their space consists of a taproom, with an adjacent 15-barrel brewery, so customers can enjoy the comfort and community of the taproom, with the scent of brewing nearby.
Their taproom offers a wide variety of brews, including brews made from Orange Blossom Honey Wheat, Caramel Porter, German style Kolsch Ale, and more. Find out more when you go to: Verboten Brewing and Barrel Project. Each of these breweries have received a 4.7 out of 5 star rating for their service, amazing taprooms, and most of all, their delicious brews.
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