23 Aug Brazos Valley Brewery 7 Spanish Angels by Tam
BVB 7 Spanish Angels
Packaging: Draft, 6 pack 12 ounce bottles, 6 pack 12 ounce cans
Quick, Someone call a doctor! I think I have died and gone to Heaven! Before me lies the Brazos Valley “Angel” and all her beauty! I last wrote about this enchanting character several months back and how this series would be a staple on which this brewery would thrive on. I am proud to say that I have seen more Brazos Valley Angel’s gracing the local Spec’s and grocery stores in just about every corner of this City.
This particular brew from BVB has a unique collaboration with Independence Coffee Company whose goal was to break into the coffee themed beer scene that has become so popular as of late. Their cold brewed coffee is blended with this ale resulting in a balance of coffee, pecan, and chocolate flavors. I am of course talking about BVB 7 Spanish Angels.
7 Spanish Angels pours a beautiful dark copper brown that allows just enough light through to give it an “Ah worthy” glow. The foam is an inch thick and holds a pecan aroma that last through the entire beer. With each sip you get an intense but not overwhelming chocolate coffee flavor that is smooth and doesn’t leave a dry mouth feel. This brew is delicious and a contender for my other favorite coffee style beer Saigon Sunset from Buffalo Bayou Brewing Co. Watch your back Buff Brew, BVB is one step behind you!
BVB 7 Spanish Angels is decorated with the Brazos Valley Angel gracing the front while holding a lever action rifle; she looks off in the distance with a finger readily on the trigger. The back of the can pays respects to Independence Coffee Company for the “Bitchin” help that allowed this delicious ale come to fruition.
I found this Brown Ale to be exceptional but believe they have room for improvement; hence the 3.5 rating. So grab you a brew or two and let us know if you’re of the similar mindset in the comments below, and as always “Beers to you, Houston!” 🍻