Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Sixpoint Jammer

Sixpoint Jammer, ale brewed with sea salt and coriander. 4.0% alc. by vol. 16 IBU.

So, I'm going to guess what this is before drinking. Some kind of gose/witbier hybrid? Let's find out.

Clear, straw yellow, slim, soon-done head.

Coriander greets the nose first, sweet and spicy. I get a little bit of salt, too, and some wheat malt notes.

In the mouth: sourness kicks in right off. Bracing and refreshing both. Smooth and sour. Salt is coming through on the palate, too. Interesting, to say the least. I like putting interesting things in my mouth. I'm becoming increasingly attracted to this beer. I find it delicious. Yum.

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