Fresh, bright hop aroma. Taste is slightly crisp, and builds a slight edge of hop bitterness slowly. Never a strong bitterness, and mellows and calms as mild caramel malt flavors come in. Finishes very soft and smooth, with a mild nutty flavor at the very end.
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.
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.
Aroma of slight caramel malt, maybe some hop or yeast sweetness. Taste is even across the palate and had a balanced malt taste that gives way to a smooth hop flavor. Aftertaste has a slight lingering bitterness.
Sweet, mild aroma of some hops and caramel malt. Slight edge of hops on first taste, but quickly overtaken but a smooth caramel malt flavor. Goes down fairly smoothly, almost slick-like, with a kick of hop bitterness at the very end.
Fresh floral hop aromas with a sweet yeast tinge. Flavor is super smooth, with a full taste bud awakening, but no harsh or bitter aspects. Hops are subdued and you can detect a hint of clean maltiness, which you can’t typically detect in hazy IPAs. Very refreshing and smooth.
I first came across this on draft several months ago and feel in love. I haven’t seen it in cans/bottles until just recently.
Clean, fresh aroma of hops with a bit if make sweetness. Crisp taste of hops which is immediately replaced with a caramel malt sweetness. Finishes evenly with a balance of malt sweetness and hops. Very clean, evenly balanced beer.
4.5 out of 5 stars.
Craft beer and homebrew from a Michigan perspective.