Formerly brewed at Crooked Stave
Good Glory is a spring inspired Belgian-style beer, produced as a collaboration between the Euclid Hall beer experts and Crooked Stave. The use of rich Vienna and Munich malts gives the beer a dark copper appearance with a light malt character, suggesting that winter is almost gone and summer is right around the corner. A special Belgian yeast creates plum and dried fruits on the nose with a subtle hint of spice complimented by a touch of hops and a delicate lavender aroma.
Note from the brewery:
-The beer was originally put on tap at Funkwerks as Crooked Stave Poudre Foeder Biere, and at Trinity Saison fest as Crooked Stave The Slayer.