Poetic Justice - Revolution Brewing Company
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Ratings: 12 | Reviews: 3 | Display Reviews Only:
3.28/5 rDev -8.6%
pours a medium amber/brown color with a small head (though it was filled to the top).
nice aromas of toffee, caramel, some bitter hops and grains. Balanced with nice depth.
Medium bodied with a nice feel but lacking some depth. Nice flavors of grains, toffee, and caramel
A solid bitter, but lacking some depth on the feel. Decent, but a bit disappointing in a sense (though much better than the village green from last year).
04-29-2012 19:39:06 | More by KDawg
3.8/5 rDev +5.8%
On-tap at Revolution. Served in a mug.
A - Filled to the brim so it's hard to get a feel for head volume or retention. The dime of white foam settles to a collar, mottled partial cap, and a few spots of lace. Transparent amber-brown body.
S - Biscuty malts, some toffee, fruity English yeast, some very mild butter, malted milk chocolate balls (i.e. Whoppers), and toasted grains. Hop presence is pretty faint, but vaguely grassy - not really getting a feel for what Sonnet hops are all about.
T - Taste is significantly less sweet, with more bread and grain character and less of the biscuit and caramel-type flavors that dominate the aroma. Not bad, but not as interesting or complex as it smells.
M - Medium body that is pleasantly hefty for the listed 4.3%. It's a tad watery, and the carbonation is a bit harsh for an English-style beer, but otherwise it's solid.
D - A solid session ale that's a change of pace from Workingman Mild. A solid, malty, low-ABV English ale - should appeal to loves of session ales, but not Revotion's most interesting or inspired effort. Easy enough to drink an entire mug though!
04-21-2012 05:11:41 | More by MasterSki
4/5 rDev +11.4%
Served in a pint glass at Revolution 4/8/12. Thanks to HeatherAnn, pops, and Roman for the assist!
A: Served a lovely gold with snatches of light brown. Capped with one finger of bright white foam that quickly melted away, this left a small amount of lace to decorate the glass.
S: This one touches all the bases. Slightly sweet caramel, toasted grain, and delicate hoppiness.
T: Exactly as above.
M: Light on the tongue with a lingering spicy hoppiness that hangs around for ages.
O: An excellent session ESB. Hopefully they keep this on through the summer. If so, they'll sell a bunch of it.
04-09-2012 19:26:39 | More by GbVDave
Poetic Justice from Revolution Brewing Company
82 out of 100 based on 12 ratings.