25 September, 2013
20 September, 2013
09 September, 2013
Pours a Hazy Brown wroth a tint of red. Good carbonation, constant mild head. Lactic avoid and some fruit on the nose, mild cherry. The first taste is a really great balance between sweet and sour witha refreshingly light sour winning out. The door is almost smooth, which leaves you wanting another sip.
02 September, 2013
Pours a medium amber gold. Smells of fruity hops and lacks a meaningful head.
Pronounced malt with reasonable hoppiness, though I just finished a different double ipa. I get more chocolate malt and less alcohol. The sweetnessis less cloying.
Typical fruity double ipa.
Would not buy.
Pours a medium amber. As soon as I popped the cap, I got a blast of hops. The noise is of slightly overripe fruity hops. Hops and malt are well balanced and are fruity with a pretty heavy alcohol note.
It has the slightly sweet tones that I associate with double ipas. Head retention is not very good.
Pretty good, nice to try, wouldn't buy.
01 September, 2013
Pours a super dark brown, with only a ring of head. Smells of coffee, slight acetic acid, and roasted malt. Coffee overload on the first taste. The acetic may be the coffee acids. Initial flavor is coffee with a sweetness on the middle and back of the tongue when swallowed. I actually think there is real acid, maybe lacto, in here as well.
This is quite a strong, good coffee beer for special occasions.