Pours with two fingers of off-white/light brown thick foam. Good retention with some spiderweb lacing.
Aroma is some sweet malt up front with hops that is pleasantly part of the scent but not overwhelming. The hops has some citrus and piney notes. As the beer warmed a little there were some earthiness to the scent also. They do a nice job of actually melding these scents together to create a really complex aroma.
The taste has some hops to begin with some earthy undertones. The beer finishes with some piney hop bitterness. The bitterness doesn't linger too long though. Very drinkable.
Medium carbonation and body. This is crisp and refreshing beer that can be enjoyed many times in a sitting.
Ale Asylum hits another home run with this second tasting of their beers. I will definitely be getting more of this beer and more of the other offerings. Enjoy!
"Without question, the greatest invention in the history of mankind is beer. Oh, I grant you that the wheel was also a fine invention, but the wheel does not go nearly as well with pizza." - Dave Barry