Friday, February 10, 2017

Castle Danger Castle Cream Ale

Castle Danger Castle Cream Ale. 5.3% ABV. Castle Danger Brewing, Two Harbors, MN.

I thought I'd had all the packaged Castle Danger beers, but I keep forgetting this one. I tend to pass on cream ales, just not my favorite style. Luckily, the Sample Man came around with a can, and now I check it off my list. Hooray!

Clear, amber colored, slim white head.

In the nose: mild. lightly hoppy, some cereal grain notes.

In the mouth: sweetness and malt. Light bodied, high ease of drinking, quenching and quaffable. Smooth and tasty. Is what it is. Good beer. You, my friend, are capable of drinking it. Me? Eh. You? Yeah, go ahead. There's an audience for mild sessionable brews like this.

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