On tap at Bonnie & Clyde Pub, curious perfumed cologne entry dominates eccentric witbier, enjoining coniferous evergreen overtones, herbal rosemary-thyme intensity and floral lavender-lotus-hibiscus accents to garnish zesty blood orange-peeled kaffir lime acidity.
On tap at Denny’s Beer Barrel, fulsome dessert treat tastes like a Mounds Bar with its toasted coconut upheaval, dark chocolate sugaring and nutty coffee retreat. Beneath the mocha-coconut assemblage lies mild cocoa nibs, marshmallow and salted peanut illusions. Decadent.
Crisply clean fresh-fruited medium body appeases hearty hopheads with its bold approach and sharp IPA-like citric bittering, overriding stylistic parameters without excluding bourgeoisie pale ale accessibility. Spritzy lemon-hopped bite and dry floral pining reinforce tangy orange-apple-pineapple conflux (and recessive celery slip) to biscuity malt bottom.