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This brilliant, golden beer is light and easy drinking while still keeping the flavor dialed all the way up. Soft white bread tones and honey-like malt tones with an herbal, floral hop profile that keeps the beer balanced and crisp.
Our Fall Colors series is something we wanted to put together to pay to honor the changing fall weather, and colors. Beer and Fall seem to be inextricably linked. Be it the beginning of the traditional brewing season, the harvest, colors of leaves, and the way a quality beer looks in your glass. So sit down and enjoy that refreshing crispness in the air, and appreciate the Fall Colors.
Crisp and loaded with flavor, this beer can be paired with a vast array of dishes and cuisine. For a more traditional main course, pair with Pork Schnitzel and German potato salad. To spice things up, a Bolivian dish called Aji de Fideos featuring pasta, spicy ground beef, potatoes, carrots, peas, and locoto chilies will give you an eye-opening experience. Cheese pairing, you can’t miss with a 3-month-old Manchego or a Lamb Chopper. Dessert pairings, aim for creme brulee, or berry cobbler.
An easy-drinking classic light beer also referred to as golden ale. They are light in color and are smooth and well-balanced in both aroma and taste. They traditionally are made with lager or ale yeast thus they have a ‘bready’ or wheatiness about them. They came about in the American craft beer movement as a great introduction to craft beers, definitely a great starter into your foray into the wild world of craft beer and then a staple. Its flavor presents initial soft malty sweetness, but optionally some light character malt flavor (e.g., bread, toast, biscuit, wheat) can also be present. Caramel flavors typically absent; if present, they are typically low-color caramel notes. Low to medium fruity esters optional, but are welcome. Light to moderate hop flavor (any variety), but shouldn’t be overly aggressive. Medium-low to medium bitterness, but the balance is normally towards the malt or even between malt and hops. Finishes medium-dry to slightly malty-sweet; impression of sweetness is often an expression of lower bitterness than actual residual sweetness.