Southern Brewery # 3 – Smith & Lentz

The last March stop is in Nashville at Smith & Lentz who have gone the route of a small brewing system surround by what they call “an army of fermenters and aging vessels…” to allow them to keep bringing the new. Though they do have a couple core beers in their Mosaic IPA and German Pils.

Here is what I would add to my taster tray….

Happy Hearts Club Pilsner – “Brewed with bohemian floor malted heirloom malt and Czech Saaz. Happy Hearts Club was fermented with urquell lager strain and then conditioned for eight weeks.”

Münkel Dunkelweizen – “Pleasant Malt character. White grape & Orange Hop Aroma”

A Long Way From Huell IPA – “Featuring Huell Melon hops from Hop Head Farms, selected for HHF’s attention to detail harvesting and processing these beauties. We layered in Mosaic, Citra and Azacca to make this a dynamic beer that glorifies excessive hop use!”

Mosaic IPA – “A west coast style of IPA aggressively hopped with Mosaic. This is a very unique, highly sought after hop varietal which is reminiscent of blueberry, grapefruit, and pine.”