30 March 2015
Very light for being labeled as a wheat beer. Goes down really smooth and easy with no real body to it. The coriander flavor is present in the aftertaste, but I still think this is way too light and lacks anything to clasify it as a wheat beer.
28 March 2015
A little too dry and hoppy for my typical ale desires. It's not a bad beer, it's quality, and I would drink any one that was ever given to me - but there's so many beers I would rather be drinking.
One of the lesser Sun King beers I've had. Kinda watery and not much flavor. The hint of chocolate does still around in the aftertaste, but there's not much flavor while I'm drinking it. Just blah. Doubt I'll ever drink it again. Many, many better options from Sun King.
23 March 2015
07 March 2015
Obviously it's called "Red Dawn" - I should be watching. Patrick Swayze right now, sadly, I'm not. But the name alone got me to buy it.
It's a very interesting blend. He wheat flavor is obviously there and it's thick, but there are also bold and bitter flavors from the Amber ale present. It's a very interesting blend. It's drinkable, but nothing that I would purposely pick. It's not bad by any means, but not exactly what I crave.
Really smooth and easy with no bitterness at all. Very good and rich flavors that leave a wonderful aftertaste. Super enjoyable, and yet another quality product from my favorite Indiana Brewery.
An Indiana brewery I've been wanting to try, but since they are over three hours away, it's been a little difficult. Finally broke down and bought some bottles.
I'm a big fan of brown ales, it's one of my favorite styles. The aroma of this beer is amazing, from my first sniff, I enjoyed what I was taking in. When drinking the beer, it's a pretty standard Brown Ale. Nothing really stands out, but I do enjoy drinking it. It's a great recipe and nails what I expect fr this style. I would drink it regularly, because it's really enjoyable. The more I drink it, I notice it's one stand-out thing might be the sweetness in the finish. Seems to be a little more than most.
Not my favorite from Revolution, but it's ok. Not as full bodied as most Belgians that I like, and a little hoppier than I expected, until I realized this is also considered a Pale Ale. So, that explains that. It's ok, but there's much better beers from there.