750, capped. Classy label. $10.99 from Jax, Sandy Springs, Atlanta, GA, USA.
Poured into an over-sized wine glass. Definite light reddish hue, and looks fine (thin). Classy color as the light catches this on an early summer evening on a deck in South Carolina. Not much head or lace (even with an aggressive pour) but some spotty lace left on the surface.
Definite vinous quality. Mild and tempting alcohol in the nose. Fruit based. A little more fruit in the nose, but I don’t necessarily get any specific raspberry or blueberry. Quite alcoholic, but smooth and not rough around the edges. Quite dry and certainly a wine like character.
Definitely one to split amongst several friends and one to introduce people to the new side of craft beer. Once again Sam and the boys at DFH produce something that is absolutely unique.