Pours clear from the can. Solid inch of white foam. Retention is good. Lacing is immediate with heaped helpings.
Aroma of pine, resin, mango and orange from the hops. Soft sweetness from the malt that is hard to place/name. Resin and pine are really strong.
Taste is a bit flat. Biscuit sweetness. Orange, maybe some tart citrus.
Unexpectedly thin body aided by the minimal carbonation. Not crisp but clean without bitterness.
The aroma is really a treat but the taste isn't as complex as the aroma. It needs a bit more there. Easy drinking. Not bitter. A solid offering. Enjoy!
Reviewed: Thursday, August 10, 2017 at 21:19:57
Tasted: Thursday, August 10, 2017
$2.79 for 16 oz. can
One fine body…
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Dry-hopped American Pale Ale made using a secret selection of hops to give this nice dry beer a lemon/lime aroma and citrus & slight tropical fruit flavor. Although this brew Hits the classification of an APA, it drinks like a session IPA perfect for a day on the boat fishing the reef. Reef Donkey is slang for the Greater Amberjack gamefish which inhabit our coastal wrecks and reefs.
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