Mountain Lager

12 oz single, thanks to Micah for the chance to try this one.
No freshness date that I can see.
Nice golden clarity on the pour and a pretty high head. Head fades to leave a small collar and a little lace. Attractive.
Very strong (surprisingly so) sweet malt aroma builds from the moment it is opened. The sweetness carries into the tastes with some light hay, a bit of wet grassiness about it and a small whiff of organic notes. Appropriate, gentle carbonation. there is quite a lot of grain based sweetness here, but I like it. it lacks significant bitterness that might score it lower if we were really considering style, but it’s still a tasty beer.
Clean and easy on the palate, and a nice ABV.
Quaffable and a light touch on the beer makes it a good thirst quencher. Obviously not a session beer, but one that could be consumed in fairly large amounts.
Tasty, simple and a decent introduction to this brewer.

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11/20/2010
Format:
bottle
ABV: 4.5 %
Appearance: 4
Taste: 3.5
Mouthfeel: 3.5
Smell: 3.5
Overall: 4
Total: 3.63
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