Nice solid hop aroma. Taste has a slight twinge of sweetness to it, slightly puckering the taste buds. Good flavor of dark malts in the background- recognizable but not overpowering. Finish is mix of nice hop flavor combined with yeast taste. Very refreshing and flavorful overall.
Nice aroma strongly of fruity hops, with dark malt in the background. Taste is malt forward, mixed with hop flavors. Not a strong dark malt flavor, but aftertaste is nice smooth dark malt flavor, without a harsh bite.
Faint dark malt aroma and nice hop aroma. Taste is soft and smooth with a nice mellow hop taste and subdued black malt taste in the background. Goes down very smooth. Had in Mexico City craft beer bar, from Mexican brewery.
Dark malt and hop sweetness aroma blended together. Clear dark malt taste with a bit of hop fruitiness buried in the background. Aftertaste is one of clean mild dark malt fading slowly. A lot of flavor but not a lot of bite on anything.
Clean dark malt aroma like a stout. Slightly sweet, crisp flavor of dark malt and carbonation. No real hop presence to speak of, perhaps some hiding in the background behind the malt aftertaste that slowly fades away. Seems to slightly mellow the dark malt bite. Very full flavor for a session ale.
Sweet, slightly hoppy aroma. Almost smells like a sweaty armpit- but somehow not in an offensive way. Mouthful of hop sharpness and dark malt blackness. Not sure of the hop used, but this malt flavor would be delicious with a more citrusy type of hop. Leaves you with a slight malt aftertaste. Beer is much tastier after it warms a bit to around 40, rather than the 35 right out of the fridge. The hops and malt seem to balance much better slightly warmer.
4 out of 5 Stars.
Craft beer and homebrew from a Michigan perspective.