Fort George is just starting to explore their excellence and, trust me on this, we all want to be watching closely, and with glasses under their taps, as it happens.
In the continuum of ales featuring this brilliant new Bud Buddy, Pyramid Lemondrop Pale ranks right up there with Chasin’Freshies, Delicious, and the stunning Crux Fermentation Project Lemondrop IPA.
This is a delicious beer; purely and simply delicious…The overall effect is almost literally stunning. It’s fresh but unmistakably mature and even a tad boozy(!), with a proudly sophisticated character that further sets it apart from all its many cousins.
Coco(a) is a beer that is a damned-site better than about 99% of all the desserts I’ve enjoyed in My Life as a Sugar Fiend and I’m willing to bet it will hit you much the same way.
I could have really just copied and pasted in this review. It’s depressing, for a writer; akin to a 60+ year old rock star having to sing his first hit song every night for 40 years.
Rants about Fake (Brewery) News, the dumbing-down of whiskey, and people who interrupt others.
Nobody in America has yet equaled what Larry Sidor has now done twice (!). Crux Fermentation Project Tough Love [Banished] 2017 is as good as it gets in American Imperial Stout.
“Bunghole” – and yes, I said “bunghole” – is one of the great American Browns and shows what is still quite possible when a great brewers treats this style with respect.