Barbary Coast "Gold Rush Style" beer was modeled after the "steam" beers that were made in the gold fever area of California in Sutters Mill. The name is presumed to have come about because of the high carbonation or the steam engines that powered the breweries.
Barbary Coast pours with a ruby or amber body and a small tan head that quickly disappears. The nose smells of spiced hops, molasses and brown sugar. It tastes smooth with caramel, toffee, sweet grain. It has a creamy mouth feel with plenty of crisp carbonation.
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