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Brooklyn Scorcher #366 is a hoppy pale ale that’s dry, minerally and fruity on the palate, snappy in the center, and bursting with the citrusy, piney notes that make our new pal 366 so special. It’s got as much hop character as an IPA, but at only 4.5%, Scorcher #366 is eminently sessionable, so you can hang out with it all summer. Scorcher (2005) is a American Pale Ale (APA) style beer brewed by Brooklyn Brewery in Brooklyn, NY. Score: 81 with 15 ratings and reviews. Last update: 11-20-2019. And Brooklyn tends to produce beers that go better with more moderate foods. But Scorcher is designed as a session AIPA. And it succeeds somewhat. But Scorcher certainly is not like Brooklyn's ales (and lagers) that I return to. So, I will try Scorcher with an Indian meal sometime soon and give it a fuller review then. Scorcher #366 Find it near you. Brooklyn Scorcher #366 is a very tasty summer pale ale featuring a hop so new that it doesn’t have a real name yet – right now it’s just called “HBC 366”. But this hop does have parents. Jason Perrault of Perrault Farms crossed the Warrior variety with a “wild” hop back in 2001. Sep 20, 2013 · Garrett Oliver is the brewmaster at the Brooklyn Brewery, author of The Brewmaster’s Table and one of the foremost authorities in the world on the subject of beer. We were thrilled to have Garrett work with regional grain growers and local malting facility, Valley Malt, in order to develop a recipe for Greenmarket Wheat beer. Jun 27, 2016 · Recorded In 4K Ultra HD Real Ale Craft Beer Reviews Brooklyn Scorcher IPA By Brooklyn Brewery | American Craft Beer Review. Category ... Brooklyn Brewery - Duration: ... Brewmaster's Reserve Tap Handle, English. Pull beers like a pro with a Brooklyn Brewmaster's Reserve tap handle. Comes in two sizes—regular and mini.