I’ve had 60 minute on tap before, but this was my first venture with the bottle – thanks to Silentsabre (and his mom!) for the opportunity.
The first feature is the glaring clear golden yellow pour – pretty much as you would expect any old macro lager to look like. Head is small and gone quickly, and there isn’t much lacing to speak of. Frankly this looks mighty average.
The taste of course is quite a different matter. Subtle simplicity sum this up. Hops and malt in near perfect balance provide a sweeter beer than one might expect with a pleasing bitter finish and aftertaste. A real (if small) metallic twang in the ending.
Highly drinkable, with excellent session potential. A great candidate to have in the fridge on a daily basis, and plenty of crossover potential too.