Had some great beers at this weeks #BeerChurch! Check them out below!
Pours light with nice carbonation and a yellow/orangey hue. Big aromas of tropical fruits, heavy on the guava, and hints of lemon. Flavor is light and pleasantly tart with wonderful notes of tropical fruit and guava with a slight funky finish.
Typical cloudy/straw yellow appearance with also typical aroma of malt and spice but accompanied by untypical aromas of roast coffee. This beer is medium bodied and highly carbonated with nice malty backbone, subtle notes of roasted coffee that ends with a lingering sweetness and slight oxidation.
Pleasantly surprised when it poured a dark, reddish-amber, but then I realized that its an imperial. Aromas of roasted malts with a light oakiness. Tastes of roasted malts and oak that is complimented by an assertive bitterness which is to be expected by Stone and a dry, slightly tannic finish!
Nice light straw color with hop forward aromas of lemon, melon, and spruce with a slight malt note. Taste light, crisp, and on the drier side with hops again in the forefront providing citrusy, piney, slightly dank goodness!
Pours cloudy-golden with smells of malt sweetness, raisin, caramel, spicy phenols and slight oxidation. This medium bodied tripel is sweet with a pleasant honey malt flavor with a faint spiciness.
Nice carbonation and a rich black color with a reddish-brown foam. From the aroma, if you were to tell me that it was a Black IPA… I would believe you! Notes of citrus and pine from the hops along with roasted malts, bakers chocolate, and coffee. Taste roasty, coffee-like with an assertive hop bitterness.
Pours dark and black with khaki colored head with aromas of bitter chocolate, roast malts, and vanilla. This beer has a sturdy mouthfeel with flavors of bitter chocolate, roasted malt, coconut, and subtle notes of vanilla.
Motor oil in a glass, with dark, reddish-brown head with slight aromas of roasted malts and coffee with BIG notes of burnt caramel, chocolate, and Bourbon booziness! Body is medium to high with a well balanced residual sweetness that goes perfect with the flavors of semi-sweet chocolate, vanilla, oak, and booze!
Check back with us next time for another edition of #BeerChurch!