Purchased at Flight Bottle Shoppe on 2020-10-22. Date on can: 10/19/20.
Pours cloudy with a big, white, rocky head. Good retention with sticky, spider web lacing beginning immediately.
Aroma of peach and mango are most prevalent. There is a light sweet element.
Taste is dry, not juicy but has mango and peach but falls somewhat flat in the finish. Grapefruit bitterness in the end that lingers, distracting.
Light end of medium body with light carbonation. Dry with bitterness.
The aroma of this beer is the star. The taste is almost there but lacks some fullness in the finish. The grapefruit pith bitterness that lings and builds is a detractor. There is enough I like about this beer that I would have it again. Enjoy!
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