On tap at River Of Beer, stylistically moderate barleywine stays silken as delicate caramel malting picks up light citric hop astringency to contrast red cherry sweetness and sugared fig resilience. Not as rich, creamy and resilient as brewers’ 15th anniversary celebrator, but ultimately fine nonetheless.
On tap at River Of Beer, understated Belgian pale ale seemingly dupes gose-like beige haze, lemon spritz and salty lime bittering to embed stylish white-peppered grapefruit briskness (and subtle sugar-spiced banana undertones sweetening the back end).
On tap at River Of Beer, 2016-debuted middle-of-the-road Bavarian American pale ale offers perfume-spiced citrus hops to mild earthen astringency. Laid-back lemony grapefruit tang saddles light wood-dried bittering. Serve to dismissive macrobrew relics as simply better alternative.
On tap at River Of Beer, simple moderation works well as a low-alcohol table beer, but its jasmine-flowered grains of paradise adjunct loses luster as white-peppered lemon wisp tingles the tongue ever so gently above light pale malt spicing.
Sessionable beige-bodied IPA hybrid re-creates key lime pie dessert with sour lime-juiced pucker and lemon meringue splurge. Mild lactobacillus acidity, light herbal notion and wispy limestone bittering backup mineral-watered key lime tartness.