Scent is sweet, apparently peach. I really don't like this either
Can at Work
Weird floral flavor. Yuck.
Can at Work
I mean, if you want an orange creamsicle milkshake beer, this is really good.
Can at Work
Smooth, creamy, sweet Porter on nitro. Finishes noticeably hoppy and bitter. Incongruous.
Nitro Draft
High alpha hop bomb. Nice flavors and not too pungent but it hits you in the face and not very pleasantly.
Draft
Chocolate roast Amber with a significant hop presence. Finish goes from Irish red style caramel to quite bitter in a hurry.
Draft
Clean, straight sour. Passion and orange are obvious, guava not so much. Cereal finish, Berliner Weisse-like
Draft
Belgian pepper and clove, mild yeast tang, sweet cereal finish
Draft
The freshness. Is so fresh.
Bottle at 雞家莊, Taipei
They started making this stuff under the Japanese occupation, just as my grandparents were born under the occupation, so it seemed appropriate to drink this while my uncles reminisced about their long and interesting lives under a free Taiwan.
Bottle at 雞家莊, Taipei
Cold refreshing with this of fruity malt flavor that I can't identify.
Draft at Vai's Italian Inspired Kitchen Bar
Draft at Vai's Italian Inspired Kitchen Bar
Draft at Elliot Bay Pizza & Pub,, Mill Creek
A pleasant surprise, sweet-ish, honey cereal opening, just enough vanilla to balance out. Smooth, milky finish. This is pretty much like drinking cereal milk as a beer.
Worked with the meal, but this isn't much more characterful than a Budweiser. Thinnish, slightly sweet, some uric flavors.
Bottle at Soi, Seattle
Draft at Bottle and Bull, Kirkland, WA
Draft at Bottle and Bull, Kirkland, WA
Draft at Bottle and Bull, Kirkland, WA
Round, cleanly tart and fruity up front. Definitely reminiscent of "dragonfruit flavor" rather than dragonfruit itself. Some berry. Light, pale ale finish. It's tasty and drinkable, but I think the character is more like a radler than a beer beer, you know?
Draft
Best beer of the flight, but still topping out at a "Decent." Mellow, thin stout. Bit of roast, a sesame-ish unguent character on the tongue. Not too sweet. Smooth and drinkable.
Sweetish grapefruit IPA. Not super-remarkable, but pretty pleasant.
Fruity but not tart. Peach is subtle; main flavors here are coriander-clove Belgian spice. I don't normally gravitate to that flavor profile, but this was quite decent.
Disappointingly mediocre offering from this brewery.
Unusually cloudy for a Pils. Mild forward bitterness, coriander-ish funk. Finish is a bit cereal, a bit bitter.
Did I hear chuggable stout? The chocolate notes on this beer are on point, but the rest is a disappointment.
Bottle at Home
Draft at Up North Ale House
Bitter, slightly tart, little more like a barleywine than a sour.
Draft at Up North Ale House
Medium tart, musty flavor. Hint of bit cucumber. Okay sour but not something that stands out.
You know, it's pretty fine for a CDA. I'm just reminded that I don't really enjoy the style.
Flat and pithy, with a distinct kind of chemical, Lemon Pledge flavor.
Grassy and bitter, with pretty high alpha and an unpleasant, raw cabbage-like edge to the flavor. Did not scream fresh to me at all.
Clean, slightly sweet Brut IPA, less funky and bitter than previous ones and more of a clean pilsner character. Super refreshing.
This was about as good as you could expect of a non-barrel aged stout; creamy, sweet, slightly boozy and roasty. I still don't know what I had back in Chicago, but it could have been this. Who knows?
Bottle at Odin Lounge
Watery caramel scotch ale. Bit of wet hay.
Bottle at Odin Lounge
Main flavor here is hazelnut, creamy and nutty. It really manages to overcome the sweet umami heaviness that usually characterizes this family of beers. Only real complaint here is that the chili was pretty much a non-entity here. I didn't taste it at all.
Watery lager. Doesn't taste premium at all. Might beat a Coors Light, but not much more than that.

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