Tin Roof Brewing Company has got plenty of classic beers that fit the needs of everyone. Brews like their Juke Joint IPA or the Turnrow Coriander Ale are favorites among the community that beer drinkers can rally behind. But, what Tin Roof does better than most breweries is churn out seasonal brews the likes of which the Baton Rouge community can’t find anywhere else.
With spring on the way, Tin Roof has turned its attention to the warming of the seasons and the colors that come with it. With the Yonder Hefe brew, Tin Roof has channeled the Germanic heritage of beer by brewing a Hefeweizen-inspired ale with a bready, rounded flavor with a touch of cloves and a hint of banana. It’s a thinnish beer, one that won’t fill you up too much but keeps delicious flavor on your tongue. That feeling of a boulder in your stomach after one too many heavy beers is enough to kill even the lightest of moods, so you can be sure you’ll stay light as a feather after a few of these.
It’s got a manageable 5 percent ABV, so a six pack of these won’t put you over the moon, but, drink in moderation. For those a bit lighter on their feet, a couple of these could do the job just fine. Keep your own limitations in mind and enjoy responsibly.
You can find it in the azure-colored can on grocery store shelves nearby, but be quick because this brew comes and goes as fast as spring itself.