This canning is a collaborative effort between Aslin Beer Company and Graft Cidery. Brewed with milk sugar, dry hopped with citra and mosiac, and conditioned on vanilla, strawberries and raspberries. Drank out of a one pint can (16 oz) and 8.5% Alc/Vol. they just released a different variation of this canning as well.
Very unique color, an orangey pink like the pulp of a grapefruit. A light foam head as well. Pleasant nose of grapefruits, strawberry creme, almost like a popsicle and some raw hops too. A bit tart with low hoppiness on the palate. Medium bodied with raspberries, a touch of lactose and a some spices. Medium plus length finish.
$$ - $4.77 a can — 3 years ago
Moderate carbonation, little to no head on pour, medium sized bubbles. Golden brown in color. Perfumed apple profile in aroma. 7.8% ABV. Almost dry, somewhat astringent, slightly bitter, fruity finish, tasty while not sweet. High alcohol and dryness work well together, good acidity but not all that malic in character. Not a session cider but well made. Label claims flavor profile of apple peel (yes), lime (undertone of it) and fresh straw (also yes). Creative but unidentified mix of dessert apple and rare and scavenged varieties. — a year ago