Also known as Odyssey Ghost Drifter Pale Ale
In the Pacific Northwest where rows of hops stripe the landscape, it is said that a thick morning fog will fetch the Ghost Rider. Hops farmers have stories of hearing the muffled snort of a distant horse in their fields. Attempts to discover the equine were always futile, but often the farmer would find unshod hoof prints near the hops with a few hops flowers freshly plucked lying on the ground. It is thought that the horse carries a rider with a keen love of hops.
Odyssey has researched these reports to find out what hops the Ghost Rider likes. The Rider seems to prefer Centennial, Chinook, Cascade, and Willamette and our American Pale Ale is our salute to the rider of the fog.
Hops added throughout the brew process and into the fermenters exemplify the APA beer style well. Poured into a glass, the hops aroma will drift into your nostrils before your lips touch the glass. The hops flavors will wake up the taste buds, but even with all the hops, there is very little lingering bitterness. This is a session beer.
Proceed to the aliased beer...Odyssey Ghost Drifter Pale AleThe brewer markets this same or near-same product by more than one names. This can be the result of a brewer distributing this beer under different names in different countries, or the brewer simply changing the name, but not the recipe at different points in time.