Draft at Mcmenamins Pub & Tavern, Mill Creek
Draft at Mcmenamins Pub & Tavern, Mill Creek
Draft at Mcmenamins Pub & Tavern, Mill Creek
Draft at Malt & Vine
Draft at Malt and Vine
Draft at Mcmenamins Pub & Tavern, Mill Creek
I really like this. Somewhat sweet, but not overly sweet, with this roasted nut shell flavor that I really think complements it.
Can at Warren's Ale House
Smooth, but overly so. It's like cherries blended into some sort of milk cream. Honestly I don't like it
Draft at Warren's Ale House
Very light, almost lager like. But with this is bitter after taste, which is really a lot like dirty water.
Draft at Warren's Ale House
Harsh, rough. Like they say, a strong ale. There's an almost pucker in there, but it's overwhelmed.
Draft at Warren's Ale House
Spicy, a little bit of hard candy.
Draft at Warren's Ale House
Draft at Indigo Kitchen and Alehouse, Lynnwood
Draft at Pecado Bueno, Redmond
Draft at Indigo Kitchen and Alehouse, Lynnwood
Draft at Indigo Kitchen and Alehouse, Lynnwood
Draft at Indigo Kitchen and Alehouse, Lynnwood
Caramel, smooth, dark lager. Very drinkable.
Rich wood smoke combined with a light, sweet wheat beer with more than a little unusual florality (as in flower, not hop). The overall effect is both pungent and light, like a chrysanthemum tea. I really found this compelling.
Bottle at Odin Lounge
Interesting hop profile, very clean and clear (as opposed to the hot trend towards hazy IPAs). Hints of apple and guava in the flavor. Bitterness built up a little by the end of the glass.
Draft
Super drinking time. Also, how do you categorize a draft that went into a can?
Draft at Home
Disgusting, I thought. Very sweet lemonade and cold coffee. That combo wouldn't work for me, even before bringing beer into the equation.
If the peasant king was like a Squirt, this was like an Orangina. Bitter citron. Definitely a double IPA in terms of intensity. Pretty good, though!
Flavor is in the same ballpark as the Peasant King, although less intense in every way.
Very New England. Thick, juicy, opaque, like a beer version of a Squirt.
Fresh tasting and intense, pithy. Undoubtedly this is a legendary beer, but it's not my ideal IPA.
Light, non-descript, caramel-hop amber.
Tea I didn't really get at all from this, but a very tasty wee heavy in all respects.
Delicious and super-drinkable, slightly fruity-hop with slightly buttery, smooth, cereal finish.

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