Fresh, sticky hop aroma. Crisp bite that’s full flavor of hops, mild caramel malt sweetness, and a touch of yeast. The yeast then comes in with a drying effect and wipes the palate, leaving hints of the up front flavors lingering altogether.
Bright, cheery hop aroma. Slightly crisp initial flavor which quickly gives way to a luscious sweetness. Finishes fairly clean on the palate except for a very mild lingering sweetness of light malt and yeast.
Aroma of faint dark malt. Slightly thick sweet maltiness in first taste, which immediately translates to a dryness, with some hop flavor coming in on the backside. Leaves palate fairly clear with a hint of dark malt sweetness and some hop bitterness. Very tasty.
Smell of syrupy French toast. First taste is interesting, but strange. Slight alcohol-y bourbon taste with syrup in the background. Doesn’t really taste like a beer, just kind of an alcohol laden sweet drink of some sort.
Bright, crisp, fruity hop aroma. Taste is crisp, almost more pilsner-like than pale ale. Hint of green, raw tasting hops in the after taste, but not bitter. In the glass I can see a slow motion dance of unfiltered particles as they move about.
Remind me of Rolling Rock somehow (maybe the can color), but brighter and crisper.
Fresh, clean aroma with hints of dark malt, but not overly sweet like stout aromas can sometimes be. Taste starts very smooth, then surges in with malt taste complexity and light crisp hop support, then fades to a fresh, dry dark malt flavor. Finishes with a clean palate, but lingering memories of all the taste complexity that was hiding in the last sip.
Strong citrus hop aroma. Taste is very fruity, almost like a bitter orange juice. Strong sweet yeast flavor with full hop flavor, which drops down very quickly, and then leaves a mild lingering juice flavor.
Strong aroma of fresh, green hops. Taste is a mix of hops and caramel malt. A bit to strong on the caramel malt for my taste. Finishes fairly clean/dry with lingering mix of caramel malt and green hop taste.
Heavy sweet aroma, with hints of alcohol hiding in the background. Initial taste is slightly sweet, but crisp. Fades and blends into various heavy, smooth, dark malt tastes. Minor aftertaste of slightly sweet malt- but not dark or heavy. Surprisingly drinkable for 10% ABV.