Citrus and piney hop nose, light body with pleasant bitterness with crisp clean finish. All that and only 5.5%.
6.2% ABV NE pale ale from Moonraker Brewing. Juicy nose of sweet orange and tangerine. Happy to find the flavor not sweet, but still juicy. Soft mouth-feel, mild, if any, bitterness. Quite pleased with it.
Quick beer in Chicago. Like order, get, oh, we’re boarding…chug and leave. Belching while speed-walking to gate. Fist City from Chicago’s Revolution Brewing. A tasty 5.5% ABV American pale ale. I liked it, light body, nice balance with clean, crisp finish. I’ll have time for more next time we’re passing thru.
Feeling right at home with this fine specimen of a DDH pale ale from the minds of Fall and Burgeon.
Really enjoying this beer. Nice citrusy/piney nose that follows through with the flavors. Pleasent, but mild, bitterness and only 5.5% ABV makes it easy to sip all day.
Quite happy with this 5.5% ABV pale ale from SLO’s There Does Not Exist. Extremely crushable. An enticing nose of hops with grassy notes, balanced flavor with subtle sweetness, soft mouth-feel and juicy finish. And poof… it’s gone.
A juicy pale ale from Shreveport’s Flying Tiger Brewing. I liked it, but didn’t find it very juicy. Nose was of grassy hops, medium bodied with mild bitterness and somewhat dry finish. 6% ABV was a nice aspect as well.
Exactly what I wanted. A nose of citrus and tropical fruit, juicy with grassy hop notes, mildly bitter finish that lingers a bit. All that and only 5.5% ABV. From NYs, Equilibrium Brewery.
Quite happy with this 5.5% ABV hazy pale ale. Grassy-citrusy hop notes with mild bitterness.
Mmm…tasty. Light body. Great hop flavors. Clean finish. All that and only 5.4% ABV. From Alvarado Street Brewery.