On tap at Andy’s Corner Bar, mossy earthen dewiness and horse-blanketed barnyard rusticity pervade sour lemon rot musk contrasting spritzy champagne-splashed stone fruiting. Sourly sweet citric midst gains mild herbal licks for rangy springtime sufficer.
Dreary Texas-based spring bock barely betters mediocre Shiner Bock. Raw-honeyed sourdough mustiness and muffled fructose syruping mingle uncomfortably over moldy amber grains.
On tap at Growler & Gill, durable maibock drapes honeyed marzipan atop mild grassy hop bittering and fig-dried wisps, picking up wispy lemony banana bubblegum sweetness at the caramel-spiced finish.
On tap at The Oath, locally grained maibock lets dry spelt wheat acridity overtake mild fruitiness of smooth mineral watered moderation. Easygoing summertime fodder for golden lager lightweights.
On tap at The Oath, well-rounded maibock brings sweet ‘n sour fruiting to mild floral herbage, grassy hop astringency and sugared pale malting. Lightly corn-syruped peach, pineapple, orange and tangerine tang lingers softly above dry white-peppered parsley leafing, fresh oregano flowering and oaken vanilla whim.
On tap at Ambulance, refreshingly clean tawny-hued moderation allows sourdough-honeyed Munich malts and sedate floral-spiced Noble hops to anchor brisk citrus intrigue. Saison-like yellow grapefruit-peeled orange souring contrasts sugary marmalade sweetness. Buttery Chardonnay, oaken vanilla, yellow grape and white pepper undertones flutter by.
Favorable springtime amber lager soaks raw-honeyed orange, red and yellow fruiting in perfumed citric hop resin to its wheat cracker spine. Lemon-rotted navel orange, yellow grape, tangerine, crab apple and pink grapefruit illusions as well as boozy vodka-tinged astringency desiccate pleasant sugar-spiced malting.