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Fort Atkinson's Bent Kettle Highly Favored Brewer in WI

Via: ReleaseWire

Updated 11:45 AM CDT, Mon, May 15,2017

Fort Atkinson, WI -- (ReleaseWire) -- 05/15/2017 -- Bent Kettle is living up to their catch phrase telling people to "Get Bent" by bending the rules when it comes to new unconventional craft brews by combining unique flavors together.

Craft beer lovers and Bent Kettle Taproom patrons love how Bent Kettle bends the rules. According to the Bent Kettle philosophy of craft brewing, good craft beer should test and excite the palette. However, GREAT craft beer should go beyond the confines of that which is considered normal. It should be Irreverent, Innovative and Un-apologetic in the way it pushes the boundaries of creativity, taste and style.

Expert craft beer reviewers Beer Baron and Chris Drosner agree with Bent Kettle fans:

K'PAUI: "Candy bar in a glass! The coconut billows out of the glass, sweet and tropical and perfectly pairing with the chocolatey, slightly roasty malt for an effect that brought me back to childhood slices of German chocolate cake. From that aroma you'd expect it to be sticky-sweet, and all the sugars are not fermented away. But thanks to deft hopping and careful malt selection K'Paui is able to deliver all that coconut and chocolate character with enough balance — just the right amount of sizzling bitterness on the finish — to invite further sips. As the soft, smooth and enveloping beer warms, the malty chocolate emerges in the aroma and flavor, overtaking the still-there coconut as the foremost flavor. It's the kind of beer that figures to do well in small sips at a festival, but because you get all that candy-bar flavor without the sweetness, it's easy to go through a whole tallboy or two."

Bent Kettle Beer Baron Review 9/13/16

"The brewery's three mainstays, an amber ale, an India pale ale and an imperial IPA, are solid beers, made with what Cook calls a nonconformist approach. Go Fasters amber uses crystal rye malt and English hops, while Thwack IPA includes a touch of smoked malt. My favorite of the bunch has been Insolence, a warming, satisfying IPA with an interesting hop bill."

Chris Drosner, Wisconsin State Journal – Sept, 2016

Bent Kettle Tap Room

Their tap room is located at 10 N. Water Street West, Fort Atkinson, WI.. Enjoy a casual and fun atmosphere in the Bent Kettle tap room and sample some of their other craft beer flavors. Food and entertainment is available too.

They're offering delicious soft pretzels made daily by the Milwaukee Pretzel Company (accompanied by awesome dips made with Bent Kettle beer), pulled pork sandwiches from the Soulful Toad, chips and salsa/guacamole, meat and cheese platter, and quesadillas.

Always the "bent" innovators, Bent Kettle recently added Calliope ice cream to their taproom menu. It's not your ordinary vanilla. The flavors are amazing taste combinations, like Brandy Old-Fashioned, Mexican Hot Chocolate, and Lemon Lavender. Want to try a bacon flavored ice cream? Try the Hearty Breakfast.

Bent Kettle Taproom Hours: 5 to 10 p.m. Thursday through Saturday and 2 to 6 p.m. Sunday, although the proprietors reserve the right to remain open "'til close" if there's a good crowd going. In addition, the taproom offering up its venue for special events and parties.

For Media Contact:
Contact: Mark Cook
Company: Bent Kettle Brewing
Tap Room Location: 10 N. Water Street West, Fort Atkinson, WI.
Phone: 920-390-9038
Email: info@bentkettle.com
Web: https://bentkettle.com
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/BentKettleBrewing

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