On tap at the Tap House - Pours hazy amber with next to no head. Nose is pine hops, real deep bready malt, and some heat. Taste is real bready, with pine hops, caramel, woodiness, and a bit of boozy heat. Slick and medium-bodied and next to no carbonation.
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