For this week’s #BeerChurch Bottleshare, we decided to have a field trip to 504 Craft Beer Reserve to share some great beers with some great friends! Check out what we had below!
This lovely beer pours a nice light amber color with notes of citrus. Tart and fruity flavors of lemon and citrus play well with the oakey and slightly tannic finish
Cloudy straw appearance with nice lingering head. Very prominent aromas of smoked malt with a slight saltwater brininess. Taste is light bodied with strong flavors of smokey phenols and saltwater.
Typical to NEIPAs, this juicy brew pours cloudy orange with slight amber hues. Beautiful aromas of tropical fruit on the front with a slight piney bitterness on the back end. Light bodied with flavors of pineapple and tropical fruit with a strong hop flavor!
Pours a pretty light golden color, which was lighter than I expected due to the coffee additions and barrel aging, but all of those flavors are definitely there! Aromas of roast coffee are dominate followed by sweet caramel sauce, finishing off with faint notes of Bourbon and oak. Flavors of semi-sweet chocolate and caramel with a sweet coffee and cocoa finish!
This beer pours a beautiful amber with a nice reddish tint with aromas of dark fruit and sour cherries. Taste is very tart but not overpowering with flavors of mixed berries, dark fruit, and sour cherries and a dry finish!
Appearance is peach in color with a thin white head. Aroma is slightly acidic with notes of sweet berries and earthy undertones. This beer is light and crisp, nicely tart with sweetness from the strawberries and a nice rhubarb bite!
Pours cloudy with a bright golden color and orangey hues. Aroma of those old school strawberry candies you used to eat as a kid.. you know, the ones that were in the the wrappers that looked like little strawberries… yeah, those! Taste of earthy rhubarb and in the front with flavors of sour melon and berries towards the end.
Nice reddish/brown color with thin white head. Aromas of malt, oak, and fruit and pleasant funk and heavy flavors of juniper with a nice oakey finish.
Check Back with us next time for another edition of #BeerChurch!