Poured from the bottle into a pint glass, this brew’s head is three fingers thick and tawny, with webbed lacing, and a slightly murky brownish copper body.
I smell plenty of bread, or dare I say sourdough, malts alongside a slightly apple-y and copper scent near the end. Which I’ll assume is accredited to the historical use of copper pipes at this brewery.
Tastes like pretty much the same components. Nothing bad, yet nothing outstanding either. Kinda just “meh”.
The mouthfeel is medium light with mild carbonation. A clean and refreshing finish that I could see myself appreciating a lot more in the summer months.
Distiller: Anchor Brewing Company | ABV: 4.9% | €4