The sip starts with a medium dash of spice, followed by a a fair share of citrus, and finishes with a light hint of rum. It’s a bit fruity-sweet (I use that word very loosely here – we’re not talking kool-aid). While drinking it, I had a few thoughts of crackling fires, toasted nuts, and gingerbread cookies. I was pleasantly surprised by this beer.
When I was younger, I didn't really understand beer. I usually just ordered an MGD, but never really liked it. Then I met my husband. He and his family introduced me to the good stuff, and now I'm a bit of a beer snob. I'm a sucker for Colorado microbrews and IPAs. View all posts by Julie