I remember the Greeter at the pottery shop used to wave at everybody driving through town. 3 or 4 decades later, they are using his likeness on their label. Malty, drinkable, though it reminds me of a fresh harvest hopped beer. 34 IBUs, 6.3%
In a world of popular session IPAs this is a real IPA, thank goodness someone brewed a complex IPA which as rich as you can get. It’s got all the taste of a West coast DIPA, but the smoothness of a regular IPA with some bite of citrus and pine. This beer is so rich […]
A little young, sour and yeasty, but a great golden Belgian ale. A little malt and maturity would make this one go a long way. It’s got a unique dryness that makes it worth drinking. I bought it at OC wine mart in YL for $7.99 so worth the price.