Medium copper in color with a significant tan-colored head that leaves nice flecks of lacing after falling. The nose is medium-intense with some hop florals shining through among the toasty malt and fresh grass aromas. The mouth is smooth and creamy, with malty sweetness and hop bitterness dancing on the palate, neither achieving complete dominance. A grainy…
Here’s a winter seasonal release that’s perfect for cold weather nights. Mild for the Imperial status, the balanced and approachable hops mingle nicely with the typical roasted malt and mocha notes. Accents of smoke and molasses add complexity to the finish. Easy to drink and would pair well with a complete menu, from pot roast to chocolate dessert.
A lightly cloudy apricot color with an off-white head. The nose shows notes of sugar cane, vanilla pod and sweet hop oils. In the mouth it offers a medium body and significant carbonation with the flavor components all fighting for dominance through to the finish, moving from the caramel, malt-driven sweetness to more hop citrus character and then back again to…
This brew pours a little hazy with a pale straw color. The aromas are rather tart with vibrant citrus acidity, barely ripe pear, green apple, grassy hop notes and a touch of lavender. The flavors are a little lighter in intensity than anticipated, but overall the beer is very crisp and lively with a sweet softly toasted malt backbone and secondary flavors of peanut…
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