Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Modist Smoove

Modist Smoove Salted Caramel Lager.

Clear, amber/brown-ish coloring, slim, cocoa-tinged head, lace-leaving.

In the nose: nice, caramel-toned malty notes. Sweet, but balanced. Right on.

In the mouth: Sweet malt hits the tongue first, delicious caramel-y malt flavors coat the palate. Medium bodied. Smooth (of course). And very tasty. Easy drinking. And yum. Yum, a-dum-dum. (That's my catch phrase that hasn't caught on.) Clean. Good. Yum. Also, there ain't nothing wrong with it. Good beer, and you'd better drink it.

From the can: "Designed to be a drinkable delicacy. Brewed with caramel malts, lightly sweetened with milk sugar, and then spiked with sea salt. Malts: Simpsons DRC, Pilsner, Caramel, Lactose. Hops: Cornet. Yeast: American Lager."

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