Draft at Mcmenamins Pub & Tavern, Mill Creek
Draft at Mcmenamins Pub & Tavern, Mill Creek
Draft at Indigo Kitchen and Alehouse, Lynnwood
Draft at Stack 571 Burger & Whiskey Bar; Bothell, WA
Draft at Stack 571 Burger & Whiskey Bar; Bothell, WA
Draft at Mcmenamins Anderson School, Bothell
Tasty, on the sweet side Belgian.
Draft at Old Town Pour House
It's okay. Pale wheat flavor with Pineapple. I'm not sure I like the bitterness with the other flavors.
Draft at Old Town Pour House
Well, they're not lying. This is sour, and it tastes like cucumber and lemongrass. It's only mildly sour, but since the other flavors are not sweet at all, it'll pucker you a little bit. It at least will not make you think of savory Vietnamese food. It's not bad at all.
A profound stout. Starts thick and malty, a combination that very often turns to overwhelming sweetness (see: Skookum). This one, though, turns a bit bitter, almost savory. A very nice way to finish. Yum!
Bottle at Odin Lounge
Don't smell or taste bergamot, which is most disappointing. Honey-like sweetness, some bready, tripel-like Belgian body. Pleasant but forgettable. And not Earl Grey! For that, try Breakside.
Bottle at Odin Lounge
Thick, milshakey stout. Not an overwhelming finish, but still dessert-like, with a creamy marshmallow flavor. Directly in this flight, I liked the Holy Mountain a lot better than this.
A creamy, roasty porter, medium-bodied. Smooth finish. Hints at an English-like yeasty tartness but doesn't actually go there. Still, it's comparable to a Samuel Smith... a quintessential oatmeal stout.
This beer seriously tastes like someone took half a glass of dry white wine and blended it with have a glass of pithy IPA. Starts wine, finishes beer, and never really feels like the two halves combined into a single drink.
Not a big fans of nitrous but I like this one.
Not as cherry as other cherry red beers but good otherwise.
Bottle at Home
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Bottle at Home
Just a splash, picking crowlers. Smooth, lightly sweet, definitely not as intense as most tripels. Will have to have more to tell more.
Just a splash, picking crowlers. Not especially cranberry, just a medium fruit/tart porter. Need more to get a good feel.
I like the joke in the name, but I don't much like this beer. It's a pithy, boozy IPA like you'd expect from Stone, but the peach (it doesn't really read as peach) gives this kind of a straight-through insipid sweetness that takes this to a new level of displeasure.
Spicy, bright booze flavor. Not too sweet.
It's not exactly a beer. It's like a pomegranate juice cocktail, maybe some apple or peach. Just a hint of cereal to remind you is a beer. Sometimes this is a ding on the rating. Today I'm feeling kind.

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