Lots of tastes of the pineapple and cinnamon. Not at all what I expected, but that’s perfectly fine. A sour that defies expectations and has its own identity. Exactly what I’ve come to expect of Three Notch’d recently.
Outstanding on draft, as always. A pleasant surprise at the local tap house and a welcome after work beer. Lots of chocolate, pecans and bourbon in this one, with a hint of the rye. Delightful.
I don’t known what they did differently, but this beer is tremendously better this time around. Dark malts on the front fading into slightly sweetened but still bitter coffee.
Slightly sweet and malty, but more-so in the vein of a scottish ale towards the front that finishes dry. Does not capture the soul of the style; candied sugar plays a more reserved role than expected. Not bad by any means, but not up to par.
The inferior product compared to the Strawberry/Rhubarb, but still delicious. One of only three seltzers I’ve truly enjoyed. Well done Big Lick... you’ve accomplished something special here. Cheers! 🍻
I feel dirty for rating this so high, but damn if quality work doesn’t deserve praise. Forward, I HATE seltzers. I think it is a cop out and a shameless cash grab in the industry. This said, Big Lick’s product actually tastes good. A damn unicorn!