Malt Does More: ending for the style. Decent, but I wouldn’t get this again.
Malt Does More
Malt Does More is drinking a Laser Kiwi by Offset Bier Company at City of Lindon
Was iffy on having another until I smelled the hops off this pour. Oh my lands. Huge tropicals, pineapple, mango, hints of weed. Substantial mouthfeel. Flavor on the palate is all up front and not as full as the nose promised, despite the sort of spiky
Purchased at Offset Bier
Malt Does More is drinking a Munich Mayhem by Epic Brewing Company at City of Lindon
No date on can, what’s up with this trend, Utah? Pours nice, with a 2cm off-white head. Nose of toasty and buscuity malts, with fruity notes (melon). Palate follows, with a lot of melony esters colliding clumsily with the malts. Bit of a biting
Purchased at Harmons Grocery
Malt Does More is drinking a Cellarman (Oak-Fermented) (Batch 11) by Sante Adairius Rustic Ales at City of Lindon
10/2020 bottle, I believe. Pours with a rising sheet-white head that lasts for a while. Nose is just wonderful: overripe lemon, citrus zest, modestly grassy funk. Palate follows, an initial citric tartness broadening into a mouthwatering sourness toward
Purchased at Sante Adairius Rustic Ales
Malt Does More: the swallow. Soft oaky notes on nose and finish, which is incredibly long.
Malt Does More: Mild harshness to the finish that I hope resolves itself with warmth.
Malt Does More: Finish gets softer and smoother as this opens a bit. Upping the rating.
Malt Does More: As this warms further, some grapefruit. Still blows my mind what can be done with just 6 basic ingredients: water, hops, malt, yeast, container, and time.
Malt Does More: This just gets better and better, smoother and more rounded yet more complex. I’ve given up aging fruited saisons, but the few times I’ve let a non-fruited one go a few years I’ve never regretted it.
Malt Does More: Really did not expect to like this one so much. Probably should have saved it for a share.
Malt Does More is drinking a DOPO by Offset Bier Company at City of Lindon
No date on can. 😡 Pours hazy and creamy looking, with a rising white head that lingers well past the first few sips. This is a fantastic, bursting-with-flavor session IPA, with ample tropical notes (pineapple, mango) and WC stone fruit and citrus. Low
Purchased at Offset Bier
Malt Does More is drinking a 5 O'clock Shadow by Grand Teton Brewing at City of Lindon
Hard pour was clearly a mistake, and the head lasts forever. Nose of roasty mats, hints of creamy coffee, toast. Palate follows, with a sticky-dry finish. Very satisfying dark lager.
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Malt Does More: hops presence. Seems to be getting better, fuller, more rounded as it warms a bit.
Mon, 29 May 2023 00:43:20 +0000 Report
Malt Does More: Had higher hopes for this beer, but as it warms the juice dissipates in favor of miles of grass.
Mon, 29 May 2023 00:47:53 +0000 Report
Malt Does More: Still, though, to get hints of hop burn in a 5% beer! 😅🤯
Mon, 29 May 2023 00:48:30 +0000 Report
Lone Pine: Hop burn alone at 5% makes it a standout, ha!
Mon, 29 May 2023 01:13:26 +0000 Report
Malt Does More: Lone P. I was surprised! But Utah brewers are very good with lower-ABV beers, due to all the crazy laws here.
Mon, 29 May 2023 01:23:11 +0000 Report
Lone Pine: I miss the Baba. I found it pretty flavorful despite the low ABV!
Mon, 29 May 2023 01:39:19 +0000 Report