|Brewery||Trillium Brewing Company|
Best Quote During Tasting
Should I wear jeans or yoga pants?
If I ever say jeans to that, divorce me.
|Aroma - Peaches, mango and even some spicy hop character and dankness come out of the can when it's popped and are even bigger out of the glass. Unbelievably, the malts can even be found even with all that hop juiciness and the come across as white bread and cracker (although they're at the tail end).|
|Appearance - Very turbid, very hazy gold which is appropriate for the style. The head is dense and creamy and clings to the glass.|
|Flavor - There was some big dankness which was unexpected because there wasn't much of that in the aroma. It's got a sweet flavor overall that matches well with the bitterness. The same fruits in the aroma are here in the flavor except there's actually a little bit of grape juice which kinda sounds weird but it is VERY welcome. The balance on this beer is incredible.|
|Mouthfeel - The body is medium and the carbonation is medium and the beer itself is quite dry.|
|Overall Impression - This is Trillium beer number 5 that we've reviewed and there hasn't been a swing and a miss yet. This beer style is getting more and more popular in STL thanks to our friends at Narrow Gauge and I hope people venture out to try some of the OG's in the turbid game because they're pretty awesome. This beer wasn't my favorite of all we tried but it was close. I mean, getting the flavor of grape juice in a beer? You kiddin' me?|