Crisply dry Vienna-malted Mexican-styled lager brings salted agave-limed adjunct to cologne-perfumed lemon zest and mandarin orange tartness. Ginger-leafed freshness stays below surface.
On tap at Ambulance, stylishly efficient Vienna lager crowds cereal-grained nut breading with dewy peat earthiness, mild caramel spicing, grassy Hallertau hop musk, sour lemon twist and dank fungi must. Busy, but not overwhelmingly so.
On tap at Seven Lakes Station, musky grain malts, mild Bavarian hops, delicate sourdough riffs and subtle herbal notions saddle tingly orange spicing to honeyed biscuit spine for amiable moderation. An understated gem.
On tap at Coastal Craft Beverage, fine Mexican-styled Vienna Lager spreads corn-flaked caramel malting and mild hop astringency across polite chamomile-spiced peach, tangerine and orange fruiting, leaving a salty tortilla chip reminder on the back of the tongue.
Medjoul date sweetness nearly lost in briskly carbolic flow. Dewy earthen nuttiness, brown leafed fungi and vinous green grape esters seep into fig-dried date entry as lackadaisical Noble hop bittering contrasts wispy Vienna-styled carapils malting.
On tap at Bronx Alehouse, understated lightly-kilned Vienna malting brings sweet grained ambiance to mild toasted nuttiness, frugal dried fruiting and light fungi earthiness.
Drab light-bodied amber-cleared Vienna lager tastes more like a washed-out pilsner at first. But its understated dark-roast graining sweetens softly over astringent raw-honeyed wheat straw midst. Moldy dried fruiting and mild tobacco crisping lost to carbolic hop fizz. Try it with a lime while eating Mexican food.