We believe in Karma. We suspect most of you do, too. It truly is a global concept. Very simply put, "you get what you give." Inspired by this principle and the wonderful farmhouse and pale ales of Belgium, we’ve created Karma Ale, a decidedly fruity and estery ale, intricate in body and nose, all driven by a unique Belgian yeast strain. Remember, good things DO happen to good people. Here’s to being good!
UPDATED: AUG 17, 2013 Bottle.
Head is initially small, frothy, off-white, mostly diminishing.
Body is clear light to medium amber.
Aroma is lightly to moderately malty (malt syrup, caramel, cookie), lightly hoppy (apricot).
Flavor is moderately sweet, lightly acidic, lightly bitter.
Finish is lightly to moderately sweet, lightly acidic, lightly to moderately bitter.
Medium body, watery/syrupy texture, lively carbonation.
It has that telltale Avery syrupy malt character, and not much else. Nothing Belgian about it either, especially the label art and name/concept...at a glance, it looks like it should be an IPA. This has always been one of their weakest products, and after 7 years since my last review it still is showing no signs of improvement. Hard to believe it actually sells, but I guess see also Fat Tire. It’s hard to believe that a brewer would smell this and say "oh yeah, that’s exactly what we were after!" It’s just so generic and clunky. Very odd.
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