STYLE: Brown Ale
APPEARANCE: Clear amber.
HEAD: Short, white, and fairly long-lived. It’s actually a very nice-looking beer.
LACING: Nothing special, just some spotty clumps here and there.
NOSE: Sweet, dark caramel malt and a not-insignificant dose of floral/herbal hops. Classic brown ale aroma. No complaints.
TASTE: Hops hit immediately with a touch of bitterness and herbal spice. That quickly fades away into a sweet, toasty, malt backbone. Finish is fairly long and sweet.
MOUTHFEEL: Smooth and silky. Good carbonation…medium body.
DRINKABILITY: It’s a true, blue session brew. A no-frills brown ale that you can drink year-round for any occasion. It won’t blow you away, but I don’t think you’d ever be upset to find a bottle in your fridge.
RATING: 3 Dreidels