Subdued “wheat ale aged with tart cherries” retains mild lemon-juiced acidity to its salty bottom. Laid-back oaken cherry souring picks up bitter cranberry spell and plain yogurt snip, but washed-out white wheat base falters as tart cherry influence fades abruptly.
Tart raspberry permanence and candi-sugared Belgian yeast sweeten funky herbal spicing in a surprisingly calm 10% ABV setting. Creamy vanilla-banana midst contrasts salty soda-spritzed lemon bruise placed against sweet ‘n sour raspberry rasp.
On tap at Andy’s Corner Bar, cask version of maple-malted amber ale stays smooth and warming. Relaxing cocoa nibs influence brings milky coconut sway and mild brown chocolate sweetness to the fold as ever-increasing peppery jalapeno burn smolders the light mocha finish.
Perfect chocolate milkshake re-creation brings creamy brown chocolate overtones to its dirty earthen base as mild vanilla-toffee sweetness contrasts light cocoa-beaned coffee bittering in the backdrop.
Pleasantly streamlined ‘New England-styled IPA’ utilizes Mosaic, Citra and Lemondrop hops to acquire well-balanced pineapple, peach, orange, tangerine and grapefruit tang. Moderated astringent hop bite crisply cleansed by mildly ‘citrusy’ tropical fruiting above mellow crystal-pale malting.
On tap at River Of Beer, cask-conditioned version steeped in bourbon chips maintains soft flow for delicate pumpkin pie spicing, toned-down molasses waver and dainty vanilla wisp. After a few sips, zesty lemony orange frisk settles alongside subtle pumpkin-spiced gingerbread, cinnamon, allspice and nutmeg seasoning.
Prevalent yellow grapefruit tang settles down and picks up bitter dry-hopped lemon seed aspect above white bread bottom. Sharp citrus affluence increased in the midst by caramelized pilsner malting as tertiary pineapple, mango, tangerine and mango surface alongside zesty grapefruit juicing.
“Classic Czech-styled pilsner” connects pungent Saaz-Hallertau hop bittering to corn-flaked mineral graininess, lightly creamed caramel malting, salted orange-lemon tartness and doughy yeast breading. Mild sulfuric skunking, in conjunction with sharply bitter hops and musky grains, will appeal to Eastern Euro pilsner lovers and Heineken fans.