28 July 2015
There is a slight hint of sweetness to this beer - which I assume is from the maple syrup - but I wouldn't have been able to pinpoint that without the knowledge of how this was brewed. It is a really solid Brown Ale, and something I would enjoy drinking all the time.
27 July 2015
Stopped in Nashville while driving Steve back to Indy.
Trying to continue to drink local.
This is a pretty standard Pale. Not to dry or bitter, so I enjoy it. Got some flavors all around. Not too terrible, but nothing something I would drink often.
26 July 2015
Chocolate and Vanilla always make for a great stout. This is nice and smooth. It's not my typical drink, but I can enjoy this. It's a little dry, but still has some enjoyable flavors. I can't complain... Won't order it again, but would drink it again.
A little too dry.
Not enough flavor for what I want from a Tripel. It's strong, and I can taste what I think the flavors are supposed to be - but they just don't explode in my mouth like I want.
This was a test batch.
It has no official name.
It was the best beer I drank from here. Really good flavors, nice malts, very strong flavors and a full body. I really enjoyed this beer.
24 July 2015
I dig this beer.
Brown Ales are one of my favorite styles of beer and this is a good offering. There's nothing really that stands out, but that is just because it is exactly what I expect. So, it's good, smooth, with nice flavors. A lot better than I expected from a brewery I have never heard of.
23 July 2015
Decided to do back-to-back sours tonight.
This one has a better flavor because of the cherry, but overall I don't like it as much. Not as sour, and a little flat tasting. Still enjoyable, and the cherry flavor does linger.
21 July 2015
A little heavier than I tend to want from a summer ale. It's got some good flavors up front, but then sits really heavy after I drink. Not something I would want to drink a lot of. It's good, but not session-worthy for me.
20 July 2015
Good beer. Nothing too special, but a nice big flavor upfront that finishes really smooth. It's solid. It's legit. It's nothing super special, but I am really enjoying it. Good flavor that goes down super smooth. Not trying too be anything it's not, and I appreciate it.
Of these American Wheats that I've been subjected to - this is probably the best I've tried recently. It still has my only complaint about 3 Floyd's: their bitter/dry aftertaste lingers in my mouth once the good flavors fade away. It's not unbearable, but it's just a bad way to finish the beer for me. Aside from that, I really enjoy the flavors while I'm drinking it.
19 July 2015
17 July 2015
It packs a punch of flavor in the backend, but up front it really tastes very watered down. I'm kind of confused... I really want to like it - because of that aftertaste - but I just feel like I'm getting screwed out of the initial drink. Like, there should be more to it. Just, seems watery. But there is somehow great flavor...?
Pretty standard - and tasty - brown ale. Nice full body to it, and the honey flavor creeps in slowly. Some very nice and good malt flavors, it's nice to see the quality in this - after my first two standard/blah/boring offerings. Very enjoyable. My favorite so far.
I'm really getting tired of this "American Wheat" crap. There's nothing wrong with the flavor of this beer - but I don't consider this style a wheat beer. It's light, it's simple and easy to drink. It doesn't taste like it has active yeast or anything fermenting at all. It's not cloudy, it's not what I want when I read "Wheat" Beer.
Rant over, the beer tastes fine. It's drinkable, it's too light in flavor and too easy to go down...