On tap at Poor Henry’s, sourly tropical Mexican lager’s an acquired taste. Splashy agave-cologned lime peel zesting given mild sea salting over musky hop stead.
Slightly pungent light-bodied dry lager brings crisp maize-dried corn whiskey bent to mild herbal hop grassing, mellow lemon musk and cracked wheat base. Tertiary wet hay, asparagus and raw honey illusions beckon.
On tap at Ambulance, slightly soured tropical-fruited Australian hops redirect bready pale-malted, aluminum-yellowed, hybridized lager. Polite white-wined kiwi, guava and papaya illusions engage piney IPA-styled citrus spicing in clean moderate-bodied setting.
Dryer alternative to Corona Extra with fewer calories and lower carbs seems similar to original bland version. Bread-crusted corn malts saddle spritzy lemon lime thrust and mild skunky hop musk.
Crisply clean moderate-bodied lager maintains lightly creamed pastry-like cereal grain sugaring and biscuity pilsner malting to envelop lemony orange-melon briskness while mild grassy hop astringency stays firm. Sessionable summer excellence.
On tap at Poor Henry’s, stellar pale lager retains crisply clean straw-grained minerality and musky floral-hopped lemon zesting above bready pilsner malting. Refreshingly easygoing light body is classic.
On tap at Buffalo City Jug Shop, loosely Mexican-styled pale lager lets maize-flaked raw honey dryness influence sour lemon twist and mild herbal tease in crisply clean manner. Low grassy hop bitterness contrasts recessive baked bread spine.
Elusive clear golden pale lager with modest intentions. Mildly spiced lemondrop spritz tingles cereal grained carapils malting and alkaline astringency. Sedate Mosaic-Cascade-Citra-Chinook hop influence checkmarks unspecific citric-spiced neutrality.