On tap, murky fruity malt aroma fits dark berry pleasantries and nut grain bitterness like a glove. Teasing hops tickle the tongue while impenetrable caramel malts provide much-needed assertion. A smidgen less imaginative and too watery and inconsequential than serious Dortmunder-styled lager competition. In bottle, dank-smelling German-styled light body brings unwanted metallic twinge to phenol citric-berry lark, benign sourdough breading, and washed-out nut grain bittering. Impenetrable caramel malting needs better assertion and leathery straw-hay earthiness gets acrid. Off-putting corn-oiled splotch blotches floral-spiced alacrity.
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I am an amatuer homebrewer growing a modest amout of hops and messing around with barley for malt…for my own experimentation…I love your DOG DAYS beer and wonder what hops, yeasts, barley(?) , malt you use(so I can clone privately)…I know this is possibly an infringement but i live messing aroungd with homebrewing for a few months and love experimenting..