Honey Ale with Turban squash and spices Braggot is the term for mead (honey wine) brewed with up to 50% barley malt. Or it’s a beer brewed with up to 50% honey. You can take your pick. Either way, this ancient beverage has existed since medieval European times and its merits mentioned in the writings of Chaucer and others. [wpex more="Read more" less="Read less"] BoomSquash is on the lighter, more quaffable end of the style, brewed with pale and caramel malts plus 120# of local Massachusetts honey from our friends at Reseska Apiaries. Additional flavor comes from fresh ginger root plus a touch of clove and nutmeg, and 200# of fresh turban squash from Wilson Farms in Lexington. Wildflower honey flavor and aroma are dominant, but this perceived sweetness leads to a lightness in body and a clean and dry finish. A hint of pumpkin flavor sneaks through in to the mid-palate, and subtle spicing adds a bit of seasonal, ginger-infused warmth. Boom! Teardrop $6 Pitcher $22 Tower $37[/wpex]

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