Light haze on the lemon colored body. Chunky white head, great lace. Sticky.
Nose offers light hops, some bread notes.
There’s a TON of flavor packed into this beer. I don’t know if you want to call this a Czech Pilsner or not, but there are a massive number of clean, Noble hops as the base of the beer. It doesn’t have to be crisp to be clean. The bread malts balance the very strong, assertive hops. It’s a minor miracle that beers like this aren’t made more in the USA because they would surely appear to a massive audience – if only they knew …
Smooth, insanely drinkable, a punch in the mouth flavor bomb. The finish is bright and lively, and has sweetness and a stunning, refreshing quality. The hops linger, and the back-end bitterness is both big and subtle. It bites, and that’s a great thing.
Good Word and Todd are doing some amazing things, really amazing,