Coming together over craft beer.
The recipe for this beer must be straight out of the original session beer cook book, if something ever existed. For starters, I think it is important to make this point, beers like this are really important to the craft beer movement. I would recommend that every beer enthusiast have at lest a few of these in their arsenal to use as gateway, or conversion beers, for your macro only friends.
This is an ale that drinks out of the tap like a lager. Cool, crisp, and smooth. The abv is low, but has a rich chestnut color in the glass. This is really important, because for that friend who ‘doesn’t drink dark beer’ this is a great chance to demonstrate how all beers are not created equal. Much more sweeter than bitter, and while I couldn’t discern all the flavors, it is clearly a malty brew. Something I really noticed however was how little scent their was. I could hardly smell a thing, even when taking a deep draw. Again, this might actually be a good thing if you are using this as a tool for conversion.
I could easily imagine sitting around and drinking a few pints of this delicious beer from Yards on a mild autumn afternoon. Easily a 4 finger beer!
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