There is a spicy undercurrent to this beer, which is a little surprising from such a light brew.
Closer to an IPA than to your standard fare Christmas ale. It’s a nice change of pace from the usual.
A lovely lemon flavor, not too tart, but smooth to drink. Now, how will it pair with the pizza?
A little adult beverage enjoyment to go with a lot of marching arts enjoyment.
It’s on the tour and it’s more likely to go with the steak I’m about to devour.
The flavor of this stout is incredible. The texture is smooth. The alcohol content means I’d better eat something ASAP.
I wanted something light after the heavy stout I just drank. I was surprised by how much I enjoyed the sour flavor of this ale.
Peanut butter. Hazelnut. Chocolate cake. Stout. I mean, HOW DO I NOT?!?
I’m not sure if I’m drinking this for the citrus flavors, the 7.5% ABV, or both.
From left to right: Stone Hazy IPA, Bell’s Rind Over Matter Wheat Ale, Great Lakes Brewing Company Oktoberfest, and Thirsty Dog Barktoberfest.