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Perrin Northern Dream IPA 4.0  
Can from Craft Beer Cellar Grand Rapids enjoyed from the hotel balcony watching the river flow by. This is a fantastic, baseline IPA. Lots of pine and resin hippiness with a strong malt backbone. Nothing fancy, just a well brewed, straight forward IPA. Enjoyable.

Maryland Meadworks Kickback 3.5  
Maryland Meadworks Hyattsville, Maryland
Pours almost white, very slightly hazy. Aroma of vanilla, cider apples. The taste is a mix of cider apples, honey, vanilla and some cinnamon. As you'd expect. Not subtle. but Fairly pleasant.

Gillingham Riley Stout 3.7  
Gillingham Brewing Company Hillier, Ontario
A deep dark stout with a very thin mocha head. In aroma, sweet caramel malt with chocolate and light licorice. In mouth, a nice sweet fruity chocolate malt with licorice, alcohol warmth, very nice. On tap at brewery.

Gillingham Rubin Lager 3.3  
Gillingham Brewing Company Hillier, Ontario
A reddish copper ale with a thin lacing light mocha head. In aroma, nice biscuit malt with herbal hops and treacle. In mouth, a nice sweet fruity caramel malt with dark fruits, light grassy hops, nice and smooth.

Gillingham Old Skool IPA 3.6  
Gillingham Brewing Company Hillier, Ontario
A dark reddish amber ipa with a thin lacing off white head. In aroma, nice caramel malt with resinous floral hops, cascade, treacle. In mouth, a nice caramel malt with dark fruits, resinous hops, treacle, pleasant and smooth.

Hoof Hearted Double Froot Punch 3.9  
Hoof Hearted Brewing Marengo, Ohio
Pours from crowler a cloudy reddish-orange color with a medium frothy pinkish-white head that diminishes gradually to a film. Sparse strings of lace. Fruity aroma with hop and wheat notes. Medium body with flavors of fruit punch, herbal hops and malt. The finish is hoppy Hawaiian Punch. Pretty good all around.

Gillingham 1316 DDH IPA 3.6  
Gillingham Brewing Company Hillier, Ontario
A hazed orange amber ipa with a thin lacing white head. In aroma, nice biscuit malt with resinous floral hops, treacle, tropical fruits, very nice. In mouth, a nice biscuit malt with resinous floral hops, treacle, pleasant and smooth. On tap at brewery

Willibald MILKHOUSE 3.6  
hops over lactose, but lots of lactose so it catches up by the end of a tallboy can. Thanks Brain.

WeldWerks From Nelson, With Love 3.8  
WeldWerks Brewing Company Greeley, Colorado
16 oz. can, thanks Mark! Pours a light, hazy, orange color, with a small, bubbly head. The aroma is green apple, musty cheese, juniper, nectarines, and rosemary. Dry and chalky, with a sharp, pleasant bitterness. Light to medium body, with a sharp, acidic palate. This is a beautiful hopping, and well made.

Local Relic Spiced Brown 3.9  
Local Relic Artisan Ales Colorado Springs, Colorado
On tap at the Carter Payne. Pours dark brown, with a medium, foamy, khaki head. The nose is strong cloves, anise, cinnamon, rye, and pumpernickel. Dry and malty, with a mild bitterness. Medium body, with a chalky, dusty palate. This is a quality and fun brown. Lots of spice adds good characer.

Icarus Coronal Mass Ejection 4.2  
Icarus Brewing Lakewood , New Jersey
16 oz can from Icarus mobile, 8/3/20. Hazy orange color, fairly large foamy froth of beige colored head. Light drippy lace sticks around on the glass. Hoppy and fairly sweet, definitely getting the candied citrus, along with some peach, mango, and grapefruit. More dry, piney on the finish, but the sweetness sticks around for sure. The ABV is well hidden. I'm not always into these "Triple IPAs" that everyone seems to be making these days, but this is really tasty.

Steel Reserve Alloy Series Spiked Tropic Storm 1.5  
Clear green window cleaner color with a thin white head that burns away quickly to an outer ring. Spotty lace. Fruity and malty aroma. Medium body with sweet fruit and malt flavors. The finish is a syrupy melted fruit popsicle. Below average overall.

Local Relic Almond Wheat Wine 3.7  
Local Relic Artisan Ales Colorado Springs, Colorado
On tap at the Carter Payne. Pours a clear, bronze color, with a small, foamy, beige head. The nose is amaretto, pine, lavender, dust, and honey. Sweet and sugary, with a light bitterness. Medium to heavy body, with a slick and crisp mouthfeel. Solid and interesting.

Waldstadt Brauerei Pale Ale 3.3  
Waldstadt Brauerei / The Shakespeare Brewery Iserlohn, North Rhine-Westphalia
0.33 l bottle from 'Bierothek' (Dortmund), best before November 2020. Slightly hazy, golden amber with a thin, frothy, almost stable, white head. Sweetish, gently fruity-floral aroma of pineapple, gooseberry and some lemon peel. Slightly sweet, moderately bitter, gently fruity-floral taste of pineapple, lemon peel and gooseberry, followed by a short, slightly bitter finish. Thin to medium body, moderately effervescent mouthfeel, soft carbonation. Pleasant Pale Ale, rather tame and restricted but still nicely fruity.

De Garde The Law of Winter 4.1  
De Garde Brewing Tillamook, Oregon
Bottled 750ml. -at Goblet Zagreb. Murky peachy coloured, minimal white head, mild vanilla and apples in the nose. Sour taste, quite complex and enjoyable. Noticable cidery notes, vanilla, light wood, touch of spices and mild carbonation.


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