On tap at Doherty’s, laid-back raspberry-seeded tartness picks up perfume-wafted lemon juicing over light pale malting. Raspy sweet ‘n sour raspberry influence stays mid-range. But as a Belgian-styled blonde ale, it’s a bit generic and unspecific. Serve to soft-toned fruited pale ale heads.
On tap at Doherty’s, sessionable citric-centered moderation retains easygoing appeal as yellow grapefruit spicing gains resinous pine lacquering. Brisk grapefruit peel and rind bittering picks up floral orange-pineapple-mango exchange.
On tap at Doherty’s, enchanting rum-barreled Flanders Red hybrid adds subtle blueberry, blackberry and raspberry adjuncts to oaken cherry souring and acrid barnyard musk. Though light rum influence flags, soft-toned green grape pucker, unripe peach snip and musky cologne waft add complexity to ‘berry’ good sour ale.