Tuesday, March 8, 2011
Sweet aroma of stone fruit, bready/yeast, & hops. Pours clear golden with a thin white head, clinging to the glass. Dry, citrus, hits the center with hop bitterness, and finishes tart and nutty. Very nice mouthfeel. Meaty, not too thin! This a a good take on a Belgian Golden, a little ramped up on the ABV, and fairly complex. tasted @ 58F.
Brewed to honor the brave souls who kept our brew pub open in the early 90’s while wrecking balls tore down the mall around us. Dry and smooth, with a grassy, citrus aroma and a honey malt middle. Brew House notes Style: Belgian Style Golden Ale Alcohol by Volume: 6.7% IBU’s: 40 Hops: Saaz, Chinook Malt: Pilzen Cellarman’s Notes. Demolition will remain fresh 180 days from the bottled on date. Unfiltered, so a light chill haze should be expected. Some yeast may settle in the bottom of the bottle, decant gently.