Pours clear with a half glass of white, froth foam. It has some good staying power. Thin but sticky lacing throughout.
Aroma is cracker that is sweet with grassy notes. Doughy and slight mustiness. Sort of thin.
Taste follows the nose with cracker, dough, and bread that give a very sweet taste. Grassy hop flavors erupt giving a bit of bitterness staying on the tongue. Late but light alcohol on the side of the tongue.
Light mouth feel but there is a stickiness from the sweetness that makes it come across bigger. Average amount of carbonation.
I was drinking this beer outside at 9pm when it was still 90+ degrees and high humidity: went down too easy. Everything seemed prefect outside compared to when I wrote most of the review inside. A solid beer but needs a bit more to move up. Enjoy!
Reviewed: Tuesday, July 19, 2011 at 22:00:16
Tasted: Tuesday, July 19, 2011
$0.00 for 750 ml bottle
One fine body…
Tilted Smile breaks away from the crowd. Big in alcohol , yet approachable and versatile. Confidently balanced with Saaz hops and 100% Pilsen malt. Crisp and delightfully carbonated.