Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Sisyphus Mrs. Sisyphus

Sisyphus Mrs. Sisyphus. Part of the employee designed beer series. We can assume this came from the mind of Catherine, then. No idea what the style might be, so I'll just go ahead and try and find out.

4.5% ABV. 40 IBU.

It's clear and yellow, with a slim, soon-gone head.

Aroma: Sweetness, fruit. Apple and peach. A touch of honey. Tea-like. Lovely stuff.

In the mouth: A cider-y snap at the front, crisp, lively, with little hop bitterness. Lean, and clean, and very smooth. Beautiful, bright, sweet fruit flavors persist on the palate. Now, the ginger kicks in, nicely spicy. Light bodied, easy finish. Quite likable.

This is a very nice beer, but it's not the type I'd pick again and again. That's just me.

Here's a little gobbledygook:
Part of the employee designed beer series. This light ale has notes of apple, peach and a hint of ginger. Honey malt beings or some added sweetness just like the real Mrs Sisyphus.

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