Faint sweet hop aroma. Taste starts with a sharp hip edge, then turns really sweet with caramel malt, and finishes even sweeter almost like sugar and hops bitterness mixed together. Aftertaste is a lingering mild sweetness, but then a sourness creeps in at the end. Overall too harsh and sweet.
Sweet dark malt aroma. Very watered down taste, smooth but a very notable void of flavors. Slight dark malt flavor in the background, but no perceivable hops. Very drinkable at 4.2%, but the overall lack of flavor kind of makes you feel like- why?
Almost no aroma. Very little taste, a bit of caramel malt. Carbonation seems low, maybe they’re calling sure to quarantine, but not really carbonated canning. Might be a very different beer if well carbonated.
Sweet aroma of hops, with a tropical twist. Smooth taste that quickly spreads across the palate. Slight hop bitterness that smooths out quickly and leaves you with a yeast taste. Further drinks seem to crispen the taste and leave the taste buds puckered.
After a few drinks, leaves a very distinct, salty aftertaste. Not a fan of that…
Fresh grassy hop aroma. Taste has some initial bitterness, then kind of gets lost in non-distinct hop flavors with a slightly bitter edge. Moderate hoppy aftertaste that quickly fades. When drink is done, you kind of feel like you were roughed up by something that looked like hops but ran off before you could get a good look so you’re just kinda confused.
P.S. I can’t believe I just bought a beer with a twist off cap…
3 out of 5 stars.
Craft beer and homebrew from a Michigan perspective.