Birdsong Brewing Co. Key Lime Kölsch

I don’t know how many things are in the world that are key Lime flavored, but Birdsong Brewing has made one called Key Lime Kölsch, 4.3% at 40 IBU (International Bittering Units). This is a seasonal beer offed late summer. It’s has Key Limes and Vanilla with malts such as 2-Row, Dextrin, Flaked Oats, and Branch malt. It also has El Dorado hops. This Kölsch pours an orange color with a thin one finger fizzy clear white head. It quickly fades. The aroma is sweet with a citrus lime. The flavor is sweet from the lime upfront and then you get a sweet graham cracker like flavor with a bit of vanilla toward the back of your mouth. The mouthfeel is light. It finish like a piece of Key Lime pie. That same finish carries on over to the aftertaste and does linger for just a second. This beer grew on me. The more I drank the more I enjoyed it. I’d give Birdsong Brewing Co. Key Lime Kölsch a B. I was very similar to Key Lime pie, which I like and if you like it too then this beer is for you! Please be kind, be safe, and please enjoy responsibly! Cheers!

Burial Beer Co. & Cloudwater Brew Co. A Canvas of Fragmented Memories.

Burial Beer Co. & Cloudwater Brew Co. A Canvas of Fragmented Memories IPA with time and coconut, 7.3% AVB. This IPA is a collaboration between the two brewed in Asheville, North Carolina. This IPA has Cashmere, Idaho-Cryo, Incognito, Motueka, Sabbo hops in it. This IPA pours a misty yellow color with a bright white two and half finger head with good retention. The aroma is of slight lemon and a sweetness. There is a bit go some bitter notes. The taste is bitter-sweet with lime and light coconut flavors. It has a bitterness to it as well. The mouthfeel is thick and juicy. This IPA finishes with a bittersweet note that has a light hoppy kick at the very end. This Burial Beer has a limey aftertaste with hoppy notes. This beer doesn’t really show much of the said coconut. The lime is much more present along with the bitterness and the hops. Burial Beer Co. & Cloudwater Brew Co. A Canvas of Fragmented Memories IPA gets a C+ from me. it comes to the fact that the coconut is not so present and the lime clashes a tiny bit with the hoppy flavors, but it not bad. It’s just a bit above average. I don’t think I would go back for Burial Beer Co. & Cloudwater Brew Co. A Canvas of Fragmented Memories IPA right away but it I will not be staying away from it. Please be kind, be safe, and enjoy responsibly!

Georgia Beer Co. Blueberry Field Party Blonde Ale

I am not the biggest fan of blueberry ales. This is Georgia Beer Co. Blueberry Field Party Blonde Ale, 5% ABV. This is the last of the verity of Field Party Blonde Ales I have. This particular Field Party beer pours a golden color with a one finger fizzy white head that fades real quick. The aroma is big sweet fresh blueberries. The blueberries pretty much mask any other notes. The taste is sweet with blueberries and a very little bready note. The mouthfeel is light. The aftertaste is blueberry with little bits of bready notes. The aftertaste is like container that had blueberries left in it. There is a sweetness to the aftertaste but it not very strong. Georgia Beer Co. Blueberry Field Party Blonde Ale wasn’t so bad. I’d say its a B-. It didn’t taste of artificial blueberries like some blueberry beers. But it hasn’t changes how I feel about blueberry ales. I mean a stout with blueberries is okay, but not in anyother styles. I would go for this again soon, but not too soon. Please be kind, be safe, and enjoy responsibly! Cheers!

Bhramari Brewing Co. When Will Then Be Now

Bhramari Brewing Co. When Will Then Be Now, 5.3% ABV is a Berliner Wiesse that utilizes ruby chocolate, Cara Cara (a red-fleshed navel orange), and blood orange. This beer pours a muddy yellow/orange color with a one-finger white fizzy head. This beer has a sweet chocolate orange aroma to it with tartness. The flavor/taste is not far off from its smell. There is a s\chocolate orange taste with a funky tartness. The mouthfeel is light. This beer finishes with a sweet chocolate orange tartness. The aftertaste is the same as the finish, but the tartness is fuller. It all lingers till you have another sip. This beer is interesting to me. It has a good flavor. I say it’s a C+. The chocolate clashes a little with the tart fruity flavors but nothing terrible here. This beer isn’t one that you can more than probably two pints of before it becomes too much. But it was interesting. Please be kind, be safe, and enjoy responsibly! Cheers!

NoDa Brewing Company Fusion Series Vol. II Imperial Hazy IPA with Grapefruit

I was gifted this beer for my birthday, NoDa Brewing Fusion Series Vol. II Imperial Hazy IPA with grapefruit, 9.4% is part of a series, the first being Vol. I was with tangerine. This imperial IPA is with Centennial, Galaxy, Ekuanot, Cascade, and Azacca hops. It’s rested on grapefruit zest. This local IPA pours a bright hazy yellow with a two-finger fizzy off-white head. The aroma is citrusy with grapefruit, hoppy bitter notes. It has a citrusy grapefruit bitter hoppy flavor with pine notes. It has a thick mouthfeel. This IPA is a full-bodied imperial IPA. It has a bitter citrus finish, and that carries over to the aftertaste. That aftertaste is bitter and juicy. It lingers for a while. This beer is a big IPA and strong as well. NoDa Brewing Fusion Series Vol. II Imperial Hazy IPA with grapefruit is a B. It is bold and strong with a big juicy citrus flavor. I couldn’t see myself having more than one of these. Your tastebuds would get destroyed by the end of the second beer. But one was good. If you like this type of beer, then here’s a beer with your name on it. I’d try it. Please be kind, stay safe, and enjoy responsibly! Cheers!

Georgia Beer Co. Raspberry Field Party Blonde Ale

Here’s another sent from the Georgia Beer Co., and thanks for sending this. This is Raspberry Field Party Blond Ale, 5.0% ABV. This is a raspberry version of Field Party Blond Ale. I have reviewed that two days ago. This beer Here’s another sent from the Georgia Beer Co., and thanks for sending this. This Blonde Ale is Raspberry Field Party Blond Ale, 5.0% ABV. This beer is a raspberry version of Field Party Blond Ale. I have reviewed that two days ago. This beer pours a light red color that almost looks amber with a one-finger pink fizzy head. The aroma is sweet with a raspberry flavor. The taste follows the nose. It has a nice, light sweetness from the raspberry flavor with a tiny beardy note. The mouthfeel is light. This Blonde Ale finishes with a raspberry flavor that is not very overpowering. The aftertaste of raspberry doesn’t stick around long. It is there just long of for your taste buds to notice it’s there. Then it is gone. I found Georgia Beer Co. Raspberry Field Party Blonde Ale to be a little better than the not fruited Field Party. I give this beer a B+. The raspberries were refreshing. This Blonde Ale is a good beer for a hot summer’s day. A pool/beach beer for sure. So go out and try this Georgia Beer Co. Raspberry Field Party Blonde Ale. Please be kind, be safe, and enjoy responsibly! Cheers! 

Elysian Brewing Company Superfuzz Blood Orange Pale

Elysian Brewing Company Superfuzz Blood Orange Pale, 6.4% ABV, brewed in Seattle, Washington. This Pale Ale is Bittered with German Northern Brewer and Cascade hops and finished with Citra and Amarillo. Superfuzz pours a cloudy gold, light orange color with a one-finger white head that is somewhat slow fading. The aroma is sweet with orange and hints of bitterness. Taste is not as sweet as you get on its aroma, that is some slight bitter orange tartness with little bitterness. The mouthfeel is light but not too light. Superfuzz then give a blood orange fish with a little bit of bittiness and light sweet notes that do carry over into the aftertaste that lingers for a little bit. , 6.4% ABV, brewed in Seattle, Washington. Elysian Brewing Company Superfuzz Blood Orange Pale is a good beer, one that I would give a B to. The blood orange is there, but not a strong or bold flavor. There is enough of it so you know it’s there. I wouldn’t say it’s a punch-in-the-face type of flavor. Plus it’s not overly bitter for a Pale Ale. I do recommend trying this. It’s good for a hot day. Please be kind, stay safe, and enjoy responsibly! cheers!

NoDa Brewing Company Margarita Gose

NoDa Brewing Company Margarita Gose 4% ABV brewed right here in Charlotte, North Carolina is a Gose-style kettled sour fermented with lime juice, tangerine purée, and also is added at the end of the boil. This is all done to mimic the flavors in a margarita. Margarita Gose pours a straw gold color with one finger quickly fading fizzy head. The beer’s aroma is tart, crisp with salted lime and tangerine. The taste is pretty much similar to the nose, there is a tart lime and tangerine with a bit of a salt note. The mouthfeel is light, This beer has a fruity finish that is a bit sour and tart. That flavor does carry over to the aftertaste that lingers a bit with a tart salt note, Does NoDa Brewing Company Margarita Gose taste like a Margarita? Well for the most part yes, but just a lighter version. That does not mean this Gose is bad. No, it’s not, I give NoDa Brewing Company Margarita Gose an A. It does not overpower your tastebuds with tartness or fruity flavors. It’s good, especially on a hot day. it’s refreshing and tasty. I highly recommended NoDa Brewing Company Margarita Gose. Please be kind, stay safe and enjoy responsibly. Cheers!

Edmund’s Last Brewing Company Basket of Flowers

Edmund’s Oast Brewing Company Basket of Flowers, 5% ABV is Belgian style wheat brewed in Charleston, South Carolina with oranges and rosebuds. This beer sounded like it would be interesting, so I picked up a four-pack. This beer pours a bright yellow cloudy color with a one and a quarter white head that fades steadily. The nose is floral with orange sweetness There is a bitter tart note in there as well that gives off slight pale ale vibes. The flavor is sweet with some tart orange floral notes with a bit of wheat. Yes, I did get a bit of bitterness, but not as pronounced as it is on the nose. This Edmund’s Oast beer finish with a hit of a hoppy note but sweet. The aftertaste is orange and floral with a final bitter tart note. This is not as exciting as I thought it was going to be. It was trying to go somewhere with the flavor but got lost on the way. I give Edmund’s Oast Brewing Company Basket of Flowers a low C-. The bit of bitterness I found was a surprise but not in a good way and it clashing a bit with the floral notes kind of hold it back. I wouldn’t recommend Edmund’s Oast Brewing Company Basket of Flowers. But I do find Edmund’s Oast Brewing Company to brew good beers not this one though. Please be kind, stay safe, and enjoy responsibly! Cheers!

Wilmington Brewing Company Tropical Frightening

I am a sucker for blood orange. So when I saw Wilmington Brewing Company Tropical Frightening, 10% ABV, I had to get it. This is an imperial IPA with blood orange and raspberries. This big IPA pours a reddish blood orange color with a two-finger white head with great retention. It has a nice fruity sweetness from the blood orange faint raspberry. There is a little bitter hoppy note on the aroma too. The taste is sweet with blood orange and light raspberry. I also found a lithe bitter hoppy flavor that was masked by the fruity flavors, but it is there. The fruit flavors are on the thinker side but the mouthfeel has a medium fruity feel to it. Topical Frightening finishes with a fruity touch of blood orangey raspberry with a hint of bitterness. The aftertaste is blood orange sweet with bits of faint hop bitterness. I feel that the blood orange does give it a bittersweet flavor, and the raspberry keeps that from becoming too bitter and gives the sweetness a slight boost. Overall I liked Wilmington Brewing company Tropical Frightening, and I give it an A-. The label said raspberry and I got just a tiny bit. That is the only gripe I have with this imperial IPA. It’s worth a try. Please be kind, stay safe and enjoy responsibly! Cheers!