5 Rabbit Cerveceria | 5Vulture | 6.4% ABV
Dark Ale (chile beer)
Sweet, bready, creamy, spice is barely present and doesn’t burn. Easy to drink, but in the future
I would go straight to New Belgium’s Cocoa Mole if I wanted a chile beer.
Price: 7.99/6 pack
Founders | Centennial IPA | 7.2% ABV
Bottled 2/22/2012 Smells great, very floral. Bitter, dank and a little sweet. Wasn’t the freshest IPA, but still pretty solid. Founders has so many other better beers though. Reminded me of Sierra Nevada Torpedo - yeah probably different hops or something, go ahead write and complain that I can’t tell the difference.
Short’s Brewing | The Soft Parade | 9% ABV
Smells like Flinestone’s vitamins. A different kind of fruit beer. Pungent and biting but easy to take another sip. It’ll get you drunk.
Milwaukee Brewing | Booyah | 6.5% ABV
Pour it slow, there’s lots of carbonation. Everything a saison/farmhouse ale is expected to be: peppery, dry. Was hoping for some more funk since this is pretty affordable for the style.
New Holland Brewing | White Hatter | 5.5% ABV
Belgian Pale Ale
The picture isn’t a good representation of the beer. Right after I took it, I poured the last couple of ounces in the glass and the beer turned super cloudy. I really enjoyed the mix of spices and hops in this. Another refreshing beer. Better than most of the Hatter series except maybe the oak one.
Price: $4.99/22oz Bomber
Short’s Brewing | The Curl | 7.1% ABV
Some fruit up front and a big hop bite in the finish. Man up and drink this pilsener when in Michigan.