Erie Brewing Co. Mad Anthony APA

Erie-Brewing-Co.-Mad-Anthony-APAMad Anthony’s APA is named for General Anthony Wayne, Brigadier General of the American Revolutionary War. It is rumored that during the war, General Wayne was shot numerous times and that his “madness” can be attributed to lead poisoning caused by the lead filled bullets which entered his body. He died in 1796, and was buried in Erie only to be dug up years later by his angry son, upset that his father had not been buried in the family plot. Driving Mad Anthony’s remains back to St. David’s Churchyard, his son drove so fast, causing many of the General’s bones to fall out of the wagon and be strewn across various parts of Pennsylvania!

From the Brewer – “Balanced malt and hop flavor, a great showcase of American Hops. Pale Amber.

Great with peppery, sharp, and pungent cheeses  (Monterey Jack, Pepper Jack, Blue Cheese, Cheddar, Gorgonzola, Limburger) or poultry, fish, shellfish, salmon, roast beef, hamburgers; Thai, Vietnamese, Mexican, Cajun, & Jamaican Food. Cream and Yogurt based sauces.

Hop Bitterness (IBU’s): 40
Original Gravity: 12.8 Plato
Alcohol by volume: 5.5%
Format: 6 packs
Seasonality: Year Round

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