Two Brothers Brewing Company - Wobble
- ABV: 6.3%
- Bottle Size: 12-oz
- Int’l Bittering Units (IBUs): 69
- Serving Temperature: 45-50º F
- Suggested Glassware: IPA Glass, Pint Glass
Two Brother’s Wobble IPA presents a golden copper color topped with fluffy off-white foam. In the aroma, look for prominent fruity citrus hop notes along with a dash of herbal, mildly pine-like tones. An undercurrent of light toast and hints of biscuit emerge, as well. These malty notes form a solid backbone in the flavor department, offering mild caramelization and breadiness, and just a hint of residual sweetness. Those expressive hops come forth with plenty of citrus juice and zest, with secondary resinous herbal tones and some earthiness adding further intrigue. We felt the hop bitterness was firmly assertive without overwhelming the palate, and it hangs on in the finish with a lasting zesty edge. For pairing options, this is a perfect brew for the typical spicy Thai and Vietnamese cuisine we favor with American IPAs. Boldly spiced Mexican dishes featuring plenty of cheese and a fruity salsa should work well too, as will fish & chips with tartar sauce, or grilled chicken wings with a sweet and fruity glaze. Cheers!
Two Brothers Brewing Company is a family-owned brewery located in Warrenville, Illinois, just outside of Chicago. Prior to starting the brewery, founders Jim Ebel and his brother Jason opened up The Brewer’s Coop, a homebrewing and home winemaking shop. Between the two of them, they were seasoned homebrewers, and for years, they talked about starting a brewery. Jason moved out west to hone his brewing skills at the Tabernash Brewery in Denver, Colorado, and also gained some experience at Mickey Finn’s in Libertyville, IL. But the two still talked about starting their own brewery. Eventually, they drove their families just a little bit nuts with all the talk and finally decided to go for it and start a brewpub. But with no real financing and no experience in restaurant management, they decided a brewery would be a better bet. While planning, and working the shop, Jim earned his law degree and Jason earned his brewing degree at the famed Siebel Institute in Chicago. In 1996 they officially opened the brewery. Their goal was to bring fresh, high-quality brews to the Chicagoland area.
Over the past 25-plus years, Two Brothers has grown in leaps and bounds, now inhabiting a 40,000 sq. ft. brewing facility with a 50-barrel system and 3,000 barrels of fermenter space. Should you be visiting the Chicago area, you can check out the Two Brothers wares in greater detail at Two Brothers Tap House in Warrenville or the Two Brothers Roundhouse in Aurora—all within 25 minutes of one another. For their latest news, hours of operation, and tour availability, head over to the Two Brothers website at twobrothersbrewing.com.
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