Moo Thunder Stout

Delighted and impressed by another one of the offerings from Butternuts. 12 oz single can from Hop City, Atlanta, GA. Pours a decent black color with a smallish head that fades quickly. This is a simple milk stout that delivers a decent amount of acidity in the tastes. Light roast that is pretty delicate, competes with some sweet notes that play off one another nicely. Carbonation is low but perfect for the style, delivering a light beer that does NOT feel thin at all. The light acidity is...

Heinnieweisse Weissebier

Having really enjoyed Snapperhead and Porkslap, I was keen to try this. 12 oz single from Mac's, Atlanta, GA, USA. Pour is a fairly authentic looking body with a cloudy, hazed orange appearance. Head is large to start with but both the retention and lace are rather poor. Carbonation seems way too low, and this seriously detracts from the beer. The beer has some decent banana notes with a touch of pineapple. The finish is a bit bitter and the beer ends with life or much interest. The wheat is...

Porkslap Pale Ale

Delighted to find this 12 oz can at Hop City, Atlanta, GA, USA as a single. Took this to the beach with me. The pour reveals an orangeish body with some serious lace and decent retention. Sticky. I didn't really get much nose from the beer other than a malt based sweetness. Simple. Carbonation is not high, but melds well with the taste to produce a smoouth mouthfeel. Easy going. The beer is actually rather sweet all around. Very malty and drinkable. There's something else in the beer which...

Snapperhead IPA

Well, well, well, what do we have here? DELIGHTED to see this make it to the GA market for a whole bunch of reasons. I got this single 12 oz can from Hop City, Atlanta, GA, USA. OK, let me give the summary right off the top. This beer is a VERY atypical American IPA. If you are looking for a representative beer in that style/category you are going to be disappointed, I on the other hand, am absolutely DELIGHTED with this beer. Firstly it's great to have the added flexibility of craft beer in...