i’m learning that after four sips, it doesn’t matter what i’m drinking.
… fresh air.
i knew exactly what to expect when i drank this, as summit has a signature-something that makes me wince. while the underlying summit signature was there, it had a blase factor that i appreciated. it pools nicely on the center of your tongue instead of getting wonky with your perimeter buds like their pale ale. it’s really not an offensive beer at all and seems like it would taste good with chili.
by far the best beer we’ve tested so far. this tasted like a really great meal. it’s the kind of thing you drink and enjoy and don’t just get shitty on.
i knew i wasn’t going to hate this beer as soon as i smelled it on my boyfriend’s breath. it starts like natty light, with a honey kick. just a notch classier than the stuff we learned to drink beer on. maybe something to serve to friends on a special occasion at a party in your garage. it made me think of michelob honey lager — do they even make that anymore? — although not as thick.
this is one of those beers that sticks to your tongue well into the next day. it was fine. after 3/4ths of a bottle i got a little hopped up — which made it easier to drink. whatever. it got the job done.