This 6.5% ABV pale ale smells of grapefruit rind and pine, with pronounced hop bitterness over a very light bodied malt base. From the fine folks at Lord Hobo Brewing .
Still quite happy with this 50 IBU 6% ABV pale ale collaboration from Amplified and the one-man-band, Low Volts. Hard to beat the $4 per 16oz can for on site consumption going on in PB.
Getting a smoked malt note in the taste..or could it be rye malt.
A beer from Maine’s Peak Organic Brewing Company I actually like. An enjoyable dry-hopped pale ale with citrus and floral hop notes and pleasent mild bitterness over a pale malt body. Hmm…no ABV on the can.
Our first Croatian craft beers. Both were clean, balanced and true to style. Both seemed more American-style and less similar to their European counterparts. The 5.3% ABV Pale Ale ale was refreshing and had a mildly hopped finish. The 6.5% ABV Porter was smooth and roasty with with no unpleasant bitterness.
Another fine beer from Lone Pint Brewing. This one is a pale ale. Still at Stanley’s…this time at the pasture bar. The breeze back here helps in this 100 degree plus heat.
Beer and fresh shucked oysters… sounds like a balanced meal… and at $1 an oyster and $5 a beer, we may be here for a while.
Smuggled across the border from Sedona Arizona. Not really my cup of tea, but not bad.
This pale ale from the Baton Rouge brewery, Tin Roof, was much more my style. Very good with my catfish Po’boy at Marilynn’s Place..mmm.
One of my favorite seasonals from Sierrs Nevada. Who knew it was available in a 24 ounce fat boy bottle?