Appearance: Medium brown in the glass with hues of amber/red when held up to the light. Massive off-white head that quickly dissipates leaving plentiful lacing around the glass.
Mouthfeel: Medium body with a nice malt backbone. Moderately carbonated with a somewhat dry finish.
Drinkability & Notes: Clocking in at 4.9% ABV this is an extremely enjoyable session ale. The tettnang dry hop is somewhat overpowering but has faded over time. Overall I am happy with this beer but looking forward to the second batch fermented with Belgian Abbey yeast as this British yeast version doesn’t quite live up to the first batch of this recipe brewed last summer.