🍺 tastes like a light wheat beer — 16 days ago
It smells and tastes of mandarin, it’s lightly alcoholic, it’s a pleasant light wheat beer, lightly hopped, when it’s hot and you are dehydrated, which happens in the desert six months of the year, this is a better option than any sports drink. Sure, no electrolytes here, but it tastes a dang sight better than those sports ades. And orange blossoms? Very Arizona. Drink local — 24 days ago
“Orange” wine - tried with Sarah at wine dinner — a month ago
Caramel, vanilla, grain smell (obvious given it is a wheat whiskey but still there). Moderately smooth with still a hint of harshness. Got to give some props to a KS/MO distiller. Like it but still have a preference to a CO whiskey and of course, some Japanese whisky. — 2 months ago
Very different with this kind of age. Super soft micro-oxidation. This is well aged. Dry; apricots, yellow peach, marmalade, dry pineapple, blood orange, tangerine, malt, wheat, sun tea, aspects of fruit brandy/port, yeasty, bread dough, beautiful, powdery chalkiness, oyster shells, crumbled alluvials, withering yellow &,white lilies, beautiful round acidity, rich mello, smooth, polished finish.
Very different side of N/V bubbles.
Degorgement, April 1997. — 6 days ago
Suspended from Tired Hands Brewing Company: “A mature Sour Golden Ale brewed in July 2016 with wheat and oats, and lightly hopped with a blend of Simcoe and Amarillo. Primary fermented in two large oak puncheons with a house ale strain. Secondary fermentation occurred with our Magickal Saison yeast and mixed cultures. An exercise in time and patience, this beer was bottled in February 2018. Refermented in the bottle for natural carbonation and conditioned for over 2 years before release.”
One of my favorite beer styles and this is a great one. — 2 months ago