Sweet aroma balance of yeast, hops, and mild caramel malt. Crisp taste of hops and malt in equal portions. Aftertaste is mostly one of caramel malt, but not overly sweet. Hop flavor comes in like a palate cleanser and sweeps most of the malt taste away.
Bright aroma of hops and a bit of yeast. Crisp flavor of hops, light malt, and a bit of yeast fill the palate full of flavors. Fades fairly quickly, then leaves just a lingering bitterness with a yeast complement in the background.
First tasted cold and it was not good- no real flavor, just warm bourbon alcohol heat. Let it sit for a few minutes, it’s still cold-ish. Sweet aroma with hints of bourbon. Taste is smooth, with a broad malt flavor that mellows quickly and provides a mild bourbon flavor in background. Nice blend. Aftertaste leaves a bit too much bourbon for my taste.
Faint sweet hop aroma. Smooth taste with subdued hops flavor and a mild year/wheat malt flavor. Overall, very mild. Hard to believe with flavors this subtle that it’s 6.3%. Slight hop bitterness lingering in aftertaste.
Faint sweetness in the aroma of malt or corn. Clean taste with a slight twinge of sweetness, but overall pretty bland. No aftertaste except a hint at the very back of the roof of the mouth of a mild sweetness. Totally unremarkable. Sure, make a light lager for people that drink Bud Light, but why? But why not just buy Bud Light?
Nice aroma mix of hop bitterness and some sweetness. Taste is even-handed with a gold balance of hops and sweet malt. Finishes slightly crisp with an intertwining of hop bitterness and malt sweetness- neither one too powerful.
Nice clean hop sweet aroma. Earthy kind of sweetness. No sharp edge, just a moderate hop sweetness with a mildly hoppy aftertaste. Stable malt background, but this is really a showcase for the hops. A hint of a clean that taste complements well.
4.5 out of 5 Stars.
Craft beer and homebrew from a Michigan perspective.