|Brewery:||Grey Sail Brewing of Rhode Island|
Best Quote During Tasting
Quit saying countries and tell me which way to spell gray, dammit.
|Aroma - It's got some great melon and some sharp tangerine hop character that smack you in the schnozz. Once you get around those hops, the malts are sweet and evoke wheat bread.|
|Appearance - A completely cloudy, turbid, golden beer with a small white head that may not impress but it never fully leaves.|
|Flavor - The bitterness is big but the fruitiness abounds and doesn't let the bitterness overwhelm. It's got orange juice, orange zest, grapefruit zest and that same nice melon that's nearly cantaloupe. It finishes dry but in a good way. It's got some alcohol character that doesn't distract from the overall flavor.|
|Mouthfeel - The carbonation is high and the body is medium. It's crisp, dry and juicy all at the same time.|
|Overall Impression - So this is one perplexed because it was insanely dry and insanely juicy at the same time. I love, love, love the hop aromas and flavors that were above average and right where they should've been. On paper, this scored a lot higher than I personally would've placed it but there's no denying its a phenomenal beer and if you see it out east, it's worth picking up.|