Jon Boat - Intuition Ale Works
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2.88/5 rDev -13%
Jon Boat from Intuition Ale Works 4.5% alcohol... poured into a pint glass.
A- Yellow straw colored fluid with mild carbonated head that drops to a light froth.
S- Sweet corn and dextrin upfront with a light scent of floral hops and tangy yeast.
T-M- Lemon like hops upfront with the rundown of tight bitter floral bite. Average mill of ale malts sweeten this beer to a so so taste. Mild yeast/ dextrin flavor on the afterbite. Watery and lightly astringent finish makes this the hit or miss... mostly a miss.
Good but no cigar for drinkablity...
04-26-2012 08:47:51 | More by wesbrownyeah
3.38/5 rDev +2.1%
A- pours a clear golden-straw color with a fizzy white head that reduces to leave just a bit of head floating on top
S- crisp grainy malt, straw, slightly sweet and earthy with some faint herbal hop
T- sweet wheaty malt and a but yeasty, the finish is crisp and bone dry with a hint of grass/citrus linger
M- light and thin body with medium carbonation, slightly fizzy mouthfeel with a slick finish
O- not a bad choice for a hot summer day, very light on the palate and mouthfeel. It serves its purpose, but isn't a choice if you're looking for a boat load of flavor.
05-09-2013 23:04:21 | More by Treyliff
3.21/5 rDev -3%
I really like the color of this exceptionally bright colored Kolsch. The color was golden but incredibly Crystal clear with a vastly thin quickly fleeting head. It resembled a white wine in some respects.
The scent was bready, crackery and slightly sweet but very, very light.
The taste was also bready, almost doughy, with a touch of hops at the end.
This had the potential to be a very good hot weather beer but it feels very sharp in the swallow, almost prickly.
12-02-2013 23:39:01 | More by KYGunner
4.05/5 rDev +22.4%
Served on tap in a 16 oz conical pint glass at the Intuition Brew Pub in Jacksonville, FL (November 18, 2011). Cheers to Brent for suggesting the place.
Eyes: Pours a pale golden straw color with good clarity. The near white head is moderate, as is the lacing, which are both typical for the style.
Nose: A weak albeit clean aroma, light bread with a touch of grass. Some mild fruit also (apple?).
Tongue: Another area that's a bit mild, but very good. Not particularly crisp for the style, but the malty & wheat character combine with the aforementioned fruit. Some apple and pear evident.
Mouth: An appropriately carbonated profile with a crisp, dry finish. Light-bodied.
Libation: I asked the bartender, but she wasn't aware of the ABV, but I'll guess it's somewhere around 5 and 6 percent, as it wasn't boozy at all. Although this is quite mild, it's exactly that feature which makes this such a quality brew. Very light and drinkable, but not compromising on taste.
11-23-2011 03:18:09 | More by OttoBomb
3.74/5 rDev +13%
I was surprised by this one. I had it straight out of a can and even then it was very fragrant - straight up biscuit. I actually got it poured into a pint glass the next time and I swear it was not as fragrant that way. Weird. But now I go straight out of the can every time.
It was really enjoyable and had a nice tang to it. It has a sort of sour biscuit dough thing going on. It makes you want to keep taking another sip and another. I end up finishing them really quickly.
It's not going to beat out some complex stout but as a session beer it's a real winner. I could drink a dozen of these. I didn't think it was as insubstantial as some here have said. I didn't expect to think much of it but did. Really nice flavor. This has become the go-to session beer for my friends and me. Makes me want to try other kolsches.
06-15-2012 02:19:43 | More by BrownNut
3.36/5 rDev +1.5%
Poured from a can into a shaker pint, the beer is a hazy, straw gold coloring with some carbonation action and a thin, filmy, white head. Aromas of honey, toasted grains, floral highlights, and some hops bitterness. Flavors are tangy and toasted grain forward, with a sweet, buttery follow, and a peppery, bitter hops end flavor. Light, frothy body with a solid peppery and bitter aftertaste. Effervesced, frothy finish. Light, refreshing, but there are better representations of the style.
11-23-2013 16:49:46 | More by GarthDanielson
Jon Boat from Intuition Ale Works
77 out of 100 based on 65 ratings.