The Two Sisters have stood on the ridge above the Bitterroot River for eons, a visible landmark telling the traveler their location. Last January, we canoed across the river and hiked to the Two Sisters. Then, Head Brewer Paul Roys launched off the ridge with his paraglider into the Sun. You can read the full story of that tremendous day.
Hailing back to Burton-upon-Trent, the city of origin for this classic English style, the Two Sisters English Pale Ale is bright and crisp with a subtle hop bitterness.
We use only the King of Aroma Hops, the Willamette. Modestly in bittering value and possessing a joyous harmony of flowers, fruit, earth and spice, this hop variety is the perfect hop for the Two Sisters.
The Taproom Pairing
We tried the first pint with the Buffalo Drumsticks…it was mouth-watering.
At Home Food Pairing
Goes awesome with spicy fried foods, burgers, and pizza (yes, it is a pizza beer)
Asiago and Cheddars