A little from column A, a little from column B

This beer (although only half-way gone at the time being) baffles me. It starts out tasting like a dark winter ale, but ends with a light finish that leaves me forgetting the initial flavor. So far, I’m diggin’ it . . . I get to enjoy the taste of a darker beer but without the heavy feeling of guilt at the end of each swallow. Raisins? Definitely. But only when I smell it. Dark fruit and rum? Not sure. Guess I have a lot to learn about developing my beer palette. 

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Born and raised in Brew Town, WI (i.e. Milwaukee), I have a natural palette for (mmmm) beer. As I've grown, so has my palette – these days, I love nut brown ales and the darkest of the darks – stouts being among my favorites. If i'm not drinking, I'm designing. Or working on my thesis. MFA 2009, baby, YEAH!

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