A classic and a Cleveland original. Rich, sweet, and smooth.
You look at this beer and you expect fruity. You drink it and you’re pleasantly surprised by the sourness.
It’s official: this is an IPA. The bitterness is bold but not overpowering, and is the key to this brew.
When you first drink this brew, you expect heavy bitterness, but it’s lightly bitter and not unpleasant. Refreshing and easy to drink.
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This is a tart fruit beer with definite raspberry flavors. Very drinkable, but the tart flavor will keep you from slamming this one back.
While “sour”, the flavor is also light, pleasant, and easy to drink.
A refreshing mix of wheat and spice flavors with a pleasant after taste. Easy to drink.
Very light. I taste the bitter, but it’s subtle. It’s refreshing, though you have to want the bitter.
OK, THIS one is actually today. Definite wheat flavor and I do taste a little lemon on the back end. Enjoyable.