Well done - a crisp clean sturdy light to medium lager style brewed w/wheat, hint if spicy malt but otherwise just a well balanced quaffer from a fantastic little brewery on the Ohio river in northern KY — a month ago
A New England style IPA, citrus, pineapple and white pepper dominate the palate, Soo cloudy!
From ABC: "Known as Jane Doe No. 9 from our experimental hoppy series. Lauren is brewed with flaked oats, oat malt and white wheat and hopped with Galaxy and Citra Lupulin Powder."
Fresh Grass Festival 2019 — 2 months ago
Light gold color, small bubbles, nose of honey, wheat, marzipan, apples, pears, yeast. Round flavors of honey and stone fruits with good acidity but round ripeness too. Drinking great now and will enjoy seeing it mature further over the next 10-15 yrs of great drinking — 2 months ago
Pre-Labor Day festivities with friends.
Sauvignon Blanc from Switzerland? More interesting than I would have expected, not as much acidity as your typical SB, from anywhere, but more complexity, more notes later...
24 Hour Update:
Nose has lime skin, lime flesh, white flowers, under-ripe tangerine, Paper Birch bark and dry earth.
Palate has semi-dried lime, under-ripe peach, wheat grass, granite pebbles, clean mountain stream with a squeeze of lime.
What an interesting wine, never thought Sauvignon Blanc would flourish at the intersection of Switzerland, Germany and France, a great wine experience! — 2 months ago
Perfect crown! Garden of the gods lacing. Bone colored number, and what structure! Moves like chef’s foam. Dark, bronze-golden body. Orange, peach, cherry and pear blossoms in an arboreal array. Lacing morphing erratically into tropical vines. Warm apple pastry, limoncello, sliced bing cherry, golden beets, and a raisinate grape with honey cake, in an elegant botanical park of aromas. The beer is nothing like this, it is deep and creamy, exhibiting Sauternes barrel richness, Saigon cinnamon, shiitake, maple nut, chocolate pods, pecans, nutmeg, dark caramel, dark honey wheat bread with aspirations to rye. Including a near-caraway. Light coffee notes throughout, conversely tea with a honey spoon.. This is a dichotomy. But an interesting one worth exploring. — 2 months ago
Just concluded our annual Fall seclusion at our cabin in the Rangeley lakes region of Maine, mobile service up there is mostly non-existent, after several days I am posting again. Notes are somewhat brief, as my focus is relaxing and watching the Common Loons swimming and diving in the cove in front of our camp.
Nose has lemon grass, kiwi, lemon pith and green hay.
Palate has lime zest, under-ripe green melon, wheat grass and under-ripe lime.
This bottle needs a few more years, seems a little awkward right now. — 2 months ago