The saga of our tour de Floyds continues with the second part of our 2 O’Clock Tasting. See what we tried from Three Floyds Brewing last time in our Part I post. Our lineup this time continues to feature the brewers’ unique and unorthodox beers, from a buttery Berliner Weisse to a sour cherry pie in a bottle to a special collaboration brew with Mikkeller. Like any good chef, the use of the finest ingredients is what really makes Three Floyds go above and beyond for their beers, striving to make ales and lagers that are different, flavorful and memorable.
Having made a name for themselves in Munster, Indiana, the three Floyds (brothers Nick and Simon, and their father Mike) and their beer have become popular all over the U.S. in the craft beer community. They have continued expansion of their brewery and brewpub, where their shtick of producing eccentric brews that are “not normal” continues to reign with truth and has led to beer fans rejoicing and asking for their beers.
We couldn’t get enough of what the Floyds have to offer, so we ended up trying a total of seven of their beers in between our two 2 O’Clock Tastings. If you’ve tried any of these beers in either our first tasting or this one, tell us what you think in the comments below!