Glowing yellow-hazed New England-styled pale ale (sans piney IPA resin) brings floral citric-spiced banana sweetness to spritzy lemon zest and light herbal snip for easygoing drinkability. Tangy orange, tangerine and pineapple juicing counters grassy hay astringency at brisk pale malt-sugared finish.
Casually unassuming and likably straightforward, dry-hopped moderation never goes out of its way to be anything other than a world class pale ale. Sunny yellow grapefruit tang, zesty lemon spritz, brisk navel orange sweetness and pale malt spicing contrast dank pine resin in crisply clean mineral water setting. Mild peach, mango, tangerine and guava tropicalia provides further depth.
On tap at Seven Lakes Station, tart ruby red marooned Berliner Weisse places zesty lemon-peeled orange zest next to mildly acidic raspberry tannins and lactic sour-milked yogurt pungency. Smoothly sharp blackberry souring continues to the puckering lemon bruised finish, gaining wispy raspberry, boysenberry and kumquat illusions.
Salty lime pucker lingers gently on the tongue with mild acidity as tart cherry licks serenade pinkish amber-hued dry body. At the finish, sharp lime-dried cherry souring gains brisk blush champagne spritz, mild rosé wining and tannic green grape smidge.
On tap at Taphouse 15, pinkish magenta-hazed gose brings stylishly soft-toned salted coriander dryness to sour cherry, guava and mango adjuncts. Tart raspberry pucker enjoins sour tropical fruiting alongside dainty yellow-pink grapefruit bittering above mildly acidic oaken vanilla base. Fine hybridized gose.