On tap at Growlers To Go – Kitty Hawk, richly lactic Hershey’s chocolate kiss entry further sweetened by bourbon vanilla, caramel-burnt molasses and chocolate-dipped waffle cone illusions, picking up the subtlest Amaretto, sherry and creme de cocoa licks at its lightly spiced Mexican hot chocolate finish. Superfine.
On tap at Growlers To Go – Kitty Hawk, approachable moderate-bodied IPA gathers sunny orange peeled grapefruit tang, lemony herbage and resinous pine for dry pale malting. Stylishly pleasurable but unassuming.
Easy drinkin’ juicy-fruited yellow-cleared medium body retains zesty sweet orange peel tang and spry lemony grapefruit spritz over doughy biscuit malting and dry wood base. Tart peach-skinned pineapple, passionfruit and grape illusions tucked away alongside lightly lingered floral-perfumed hop astringency.
Rich cookie dough malt sweetness invades stylish orange-peeled grapefruit tang, mild piney hop bittering and muskily lingered alcohol astringency. Lemony tangerine, pineapple and peach illusions as well as dainty brown pear and melon snips add further resilience to colorful Mosaic hop-bound medium body.
Fine Asheville, North Carolina-based microbrewery initially allowed Mississippi’s Lazy Magnolia to brew and bottle its traditional ‘delicate bodied’ English Brown Ale. Mildly creamed toffee-caramel sweetness and wispy brown chocolate snip stay muted as surging walnut, cola nut, hazelnut, chestnut and butternut illusions gain prominence. Asheville’s Three Ring Brewery then took over bottling in 2016, bringing cocoa-dried cola nuttiness to chocolate hazelnut-breaded molasses sweetness and caramel-burnt coffee tones over earthen soiling.