Not what I expected, but in a good way
Although I was expecting a German-style amber lager, or marzen, I was not the least disappointed to discover this delectable delight is much closer to a Belgian amber. A pleasant aroma of apricot and amaretto. A toasty, slightly spicy body. Finishes dry. Oh, and the head! I've never seen such a puffy, light and lasting cloud on an AF beer. A perfect palate-pleaser for the colder months.
Really growing on me!
I'd heard a lot of hype about this one, and initially was confused by the taste, did not know what to make of it. Since then, though, every can seems to taste better than the last one. This is an unusual style in the na world, and this example us even more unusual. It's beautiful in the glass, very rich amber colour. The aroma and taste are strongly reminiscent stone fruit, esp apricots. The hops come at you late, but there's a nice lingering hoppy finish, with a bit of sour. Carbonation dissipates pretty quickly, but considering the style, that works for me. There is a bit of a weird, muddled/sft finish that took me a while to wrap my head around, but at the end of the day, this is a very good brew, and one I'll likely keep around the house on a regular basis.
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A Decent ale
A decent ale with a bit of apricot undertone