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Bent Kettle Brewing Review by Crazy Kegs Beer Blogger of Insolence, Thwack & Go Fasters Craft Beers


16, July 2016: Crazy Kegs, the "The Straight Hops Beer Reviews & More" blog released a new post recently featuring three beers from Bent Kettle Brewing, a Wisconsin-based craft brewery that has been brewing craft beer the way it should be brewed: Unfiltered, unpasteurized, unadulterated and unapologetic.

The featured Bent Kettle Brewing’s beers are the Double IPA and flagship beer, which has an 8.2% ABV and 84 IBU. Second is their Double IPA and flagship beer, with an 8.2% ABV and 84 IBU. Third is their Go Fasters, which is considered their American Amber Ale with a 5% ABV and 40 IBU.

The Bent Kettle Brewing review can be read in full at http://crazykegs.com/bent-kettle-brewing. According to the reviewer, he "got a nice package from my girl Donna", who supposedly has 'connections' in the Wisconsin craft beer scene. In the package were three craft beers from Bent Kettle Brewing, a brewery that is making its mark in its home base of Wisconsin.

The review added that the "beers are unfiltered and unpasteurized, which I happen to dig a lot." The reviewer, claiming to be "a hop head" and was really excited about Insolence. He noted that Bent Kettle Brewing's Double IPA and flagship beer Insolence "is not your typical Double IPA." Claiming further how maltier and more caramel-y than most IPAs was, he was not crazy about really malty beers, but this is a great balance of bitterness from hops and smooth caramel maltiness.

Secondly, the craft beer blogger's review said the second one was "THWACK!", and which is their American IPA, coming in at 6.1% ABV and 51 IBU. "First of all, this is one of my favorite graphics on a can design and the name is just fun to say. Second of all, this beer beat out DFH 60 Minute and some other big beers in a contest, so it also has that going for it."

Thirdly, the article said Go Fasters, their American Amber Ale with a 5% ABV and 40 IBU, had a "nice aroma of caramely malts and rye bread as well as a bit of fruit scent."

"If you're lucky enough to live in or near the land of cheese, brats and beer, you should make sure you try some Bent Kettle craft beers, said the Crazy Kegs reviewer. While Bent Kettle is in the process of opening a Tap Room soon, they don't have a brick and mortar place to visit yet. But you can check out where to find it at http://bentkettle.com/where-to-find-bent-kettle-beers or check them out on Twitter: @BentKettle or Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BentKettleBrewing.

About Bent Kettle Brewing:

Craft beer made the way it should be: Unfiltered. Unpasteurized. Unadulterated. Unapologetic. "Bent" describes their craft beer recipes: non-conformist, irreverent, experimental and artisan; using non-traditional ingredients in traditional beers, and following traditional brewing practices to ensure safety and quality in our brews. They believe in conducting their public and private affairs in a moral, legal and ethical fashion, and also believe that maintaining the highest quality product possible is paramount. The team at Bent Kettle Brewing has a strong work ethic, doing whatever it takes to get the job done. "We're bent on bending our kettles, and the rules, to bring you great beer!"

For Media Contact:
Name: Mark Cook
Bent Kettle Brewing,
1507 Montclair Pl.
Fort Atkinson, WI
Phone: (920) 390-9038
Email: info@bentkettle.com
Web: http://bentkettle.com