Continuing the fruit theme, with much less bitterness and more wheatiness.
We’re in the 80s today, so it’s time to break out a refreshingly bitter yet fruity citrus IPA.
A powerful Pilsner, loaded with wheat and hops, and a strong and pleasant aftertaste.
It’s a sunny and warm day, gorgeous outside. What better way to celebrate with a refreshing beer that’s definitely fruity, but with a strong tart flavor?
This goes better with my dinner, a lighter but hoppier brew to close out tonight’s tour entries.
No gimmicks with this oatmeal stout, just the wonderful mix of oatmeal, barley, and hops.
I couldn’t wait for the nitro bubbles to coalesce. Also, this is the most pleasant sour flavor I may have ever had.
The richness and bitterness of chocolate and stout were meant for each other, and this brew proves it.
The complete opposite of the previous brew. Bitterness mixed with peach flavor, surprisingly light flavor but just enough carbonation to make it not too easy to drink.
Forget the Girl Scouts. Throw a six pack of this in my fridge and it’ll be gone in no time. The nitro makes this brew incredibly smooth, as well.