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DUBCO The Science of Selling Space Junk 3.8  
Pint can poured to fest stemware at home showing a hazed, orangey/gold color, although listed as only an IPA on the label and also on house board at the brewery taproom. Head froth was white, fluffy, and fairly lasting, with lacing that was wavy to doily-like cling. The nose was mildly dank, with citrusy grapefruit, tropical fruit as mango & passion fruit, a bit of pit variety, and light sweetness with a pleasant malt backing. Medium bodied, with okay carbonation, the taste was similar notes, adding a citrusy, rind-like, and resinous bitterness that lingered heavily on the palate, along with some dryness to the finish. 7% abv was listed on the label and the board at the taproom, and Comet, not Orbit hops were used with Galaxy during the DDH process.

Other Half / Alvarado Street Slice Joint 3.0  
Other Half Brewing Brooklyn, New York
Can from OH Brooklyn. Pours hazy amber/gold with a bubbly white head. Tastes like orange, bready malt, faint booze, faint resin, and citrus hops. Light body and low carbonation. Smells like bready malt and faint citrus.

BrewDog OverWorks USA Cosmic Crush Apricot 3.5  
BrewDog Overworks USA Canal Winchester, Ohio
Bottle. Poured hazy orange color with an small frothy white head that diminished with very little lacing. Moderate apricot aroma. Medium body with a smooth texture and soft carbonation. Moderate apricot fruit flavor with a moderate tart finish of medium duration. This beer just met my expectations.

Knotted Root Sunny Day 4.1  
Knotted Root Brewing Company Nederland, Colorado
Golden yellow appearance with mild haze and a lacy white head. Aroma of zesty hops, tangerine, orange peel, mild dankess and light tropical/candy notes. Similar taste, fresh and citrusy with mild hop bitterness and a light juicy sweetness. Medium to light mouthfeel with an easy finish overall.

2nd Shift Chico's Revenge 3.8  
2nd Shift Brewing St. Louis, Missouri
12 ounce can. Pours dark brown with a decent tan head. Aroma of chocolate, coffee, and malt. Taste is sweet chocolate, coffee, vanilla, and roasted malt. Nice.

Almanac My Old Friend 3.7  
Almanac Beer Company Alameda, California
Can from The Davis Beer Shoppe. Pours clear coppery dark brown with a large frothy tan head. A tmavy malt aroma with chocolate notes. Med body. Roasty tmavy like malt with chocolate notes. Hints of Nutella. Dryish. Lightly bitter. Decent.

Cigar City Jai Low IPA 3.4  
12 ounce can. Pours a somewhat hazy gold with an average white head. Aroma of citrus and tropical. Taste is grapefruit, pineapple, melons, pine, and malt. Decent.

Humble Sea It's The Fog That Counts 3.9  
Humble Sea Brewing Company Santa Cruz, California
Can. Pours cloudy yellow, small white head, good lacing. Aroma is melon, mango, grapefruit. Flavor is light plus sweet, light bitter. Medium body, creamy

Eddyline 14'er Java Stout 3.8  
Eddyline Brewery (CO) Buena Vista, Colorado
Milky, medium roast, semi sweet chocolate aroma. Dark brown pour with frothy light mocha head. Taste is coffee, sweet milk, tobacco, earthy, chocolate. Interesting balance of a sweet dessert and earthiness.

Fifty West Journeyman 3.9  
Fifty West Brewing Company Cincinnati, Ohio
Draft. Poured black color with an average frothy tan head that lasted with good lacing. Moderate to heavy toasted dark malt aroma. Medium to abundant body with a dry smooth texture and soft carbonation. Moderate to heavy dark dry sweet flavor with a moderate to heavy dark sweet finish of medium to long duration. This is a solid beer.

Sierra Nevada Wanderland Nectarine Ale 3.7  
Pours a slightly thin lighter golden with a small white head. Tangerine dominates an aroma that also contains grass, honey, melon, and peach. Mild bitterness in the taste. Its dry as well and has some gentle sweetness. More tangerine couples with peach in the flavor. After this is minor elements of cereal, floral hops, and honey. It finishes with tangerine. Light to medium in body and with more of a crisp texture. Very refreshing. This is good.

Crooked Stave Citrus Earl Grey Saison 3.5  
Crooked Stave Denver, Colorado
Very subtle, more like a gentle table beer than a saison, with modest notes of grass, bread, and lemon, underlined by a strong vein of bergamot. Finishes dry and a tad soapy, but with an easygoing fade humming with Earl Grey goodness. Quite sippable.

Crooked Stave St. Bretta Citrus Saison 4.2  
Crooked Stave Denver, Colorado
Very nice saison.Earthy yeast upfront,slightly tart citrus, nice lemongrass

Trillium Lineage Wheat - Double Raspberry 4.1  
Trillium Brewing Company Boston, Massachusetts
Bottle from Beerdome. Loads of tart raspberry in the aroma. Also vinegar, wood, light funk, raspberry juice. Big puckering sourness with a hint of sweetness. Medium body with lively carbonation. Very tasty raspberry juice-fest, respectable sourness.

3 Brasseurs / 3 Brewers Shenanigans 3.2  
A deep dark stout with a nitro mocha head. In aroma, sweet chocolate malt with light coffee notes, light mineral notes, OK. In mouth, a nice chocolate malt with powdery mouthfeel, light mineral notes, OK. On tap at Sparks St location.


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