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Sah'tea - Dogfish Head Brewery

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very good

1,751 Ratings
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Ratings: 1,751
Reviews: 595
rAvg: 3.89
pDev: 14.65%
Wants: 156
Gots: 206 | FT: 4
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Delaware, United States

Style | ABV
Sahti |  9.00% ABV

Availability: Rotating

Notes & Commercial Description:
Beer added by: DarkerTheBetter on 09-28-2008

This Ancient Ale is a modern take on a 9th-century Finnish beer.

The wort for Sah'tea is caramelized over white-hot river rocks, and the beer is fermented with a German weizen yeast. In addition to juniper berries foraged from the Finnish countryside, Sah'tea is flavored with black tea, cardamom, cinnamon, ginger, cloves and black pepper.

The spicing is subtle and balanced, and Sah'tea is a highly-quaffable, truly unique brew with a full mouthfeel.

6 IBU
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Photo of Sachsenfreude
4.01/5  rDev +3.1%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 5 | overall: 4

appearance; cloudy yellow with sediment. Interesting fizzy white head that dissipates quickly but never goes away completely.

smell; gentle yeast at first with a sweet and warm spicyness, like an orange simmered in mulled cider.

taste; upfront the taste is sweet and yeasty, with mild citrus. Then some slightly sour flavors come through. In the finish one taste a warm spicy rye, like pumpkin bread made with rye flour.
Note on juniper; taste at first of sweet citrus but finishes with a bitter piney resin. Commercial juniper taste more sweet than bitter in comparison to wild picked juniper which is more bitter than sweet.
That said, one can taste the juniper but only the sweet notes. The resin bitterness is not there and a tea made from juniper branches and needles would definitly bring out this flavor more but black chai tea is used and it's still tasty, no complaints here.

mouthfeel; perfect, warm and soft, with a really nice body, as to be expected, I wouldn't change a thing.

drinkability; easy to drink and comforting but the alcohol sneaks back to let you know respect is required.

Photo of Buttermaker
3.38/5  rDev -13.1%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Sah Tea is brewed with Black Chai Tea...is this Dogfish Head's sly attempt at one of the caffeinated alcoholic drinks (Four Loko) that have stirred up so much controversy lately? I like the concept but I have to say that I'm a little underwhelmed by the beer itself. I don't think I've ever had a traditional Finnish Sahti so maybe I'm not the best person to judge but it tastes a little like what you'd get if you brewed Old English Malt Liquor with a little Rye. That is to say, its boozy and heavy on the malt. I'm not getting much Juniper. OK, maybe it's a little harsh to compare it to OE, it definitely finishes better than OE and unlike OE (but much like a Chai Tea) this beer tends to get a little bit better as it warms up. As always, I love Dogfish Head's imagination and ambition but this one IMO probably shouldn't be repeated.

Recommended Music Pairing: NWA - Straight Outta Compton

Photo of Osiris9588
4.17/5  rDev +7.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

750ml poured into La Chouffe tulip. The bottom portion is a pale gold, while growing progressive more honey-like toward the top, when a two-finger head resides--decent retention, slight lacing.

The aroma is magnificent, very warm and yeasty with a host of spices and some citrus punctuating the fragrant melange. It stinks real good.

The taste is reminiscent of a Belgian White ale, all the clove and yeast, and the banana, but enough other fruitiness comes through to differentiate it, and it grows quite sweet on the end, before just a flash of sourness and a slight dryness--maybe like eating golden raisins and a tangelo, yet the citrus is quite tempered and mellow, and some vanilla pops up on the finish.

It's really complex, and the alcohol is so well cloaked it's ridiculous for a 9%'er. Very drinkable. One of the best of the Ancients that DFH has given us.

Photo of perrymarcus
4.02/5  rDev +3.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

750ml bottle served in a SA "perfect pint" glass.

pours a cloudy golden yellow with a fluffy finger and a half of a light beige head; very respectable showings in both retention and lacing.

nose is a nice, aromatic potpourri of honey, clove, spice, and a certain fruitness; bready. vaguely reminiscent of a BSPA. great aroma.

flavor somewhat follows the nose but with a more complexity going on. easily a bolder tea presence than was evident in the smell... strong herbal/spice/honey notes; i definitely get the juniper. a touch of bitterness, a little booze in the finish. there this is a unique, tasty beer.

medium-plus bodied mouthfeel with medium carbonation. as for drinkability, here i think its uniqueness works against it; IMO the melange of spices wears on the palate after a while. although i would welcome another at some future point.

Photo of Anaz
4.22/5  rDev +8.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Looks like warm honey with a finger and a half white head of fine bubbles that disappates quickly leaving faint lacing

Lots of spice on the nose;cloves, cinnnamon, black pepper,...maybe some caramon. The tea aroma is nice, not fully oxidized black, sublte smokiness. Oh, and lots of honey. Can't quite pick up the juniper though.

Sweet honey and the spices on the nose really explode on the palate. Nicely spice, long honeyed sweetness without bitterness to reign it in, but a nice astringency that serves well in it's stead. This beer seems like it would be good for you, and I don't mean that in a medicinal way at all. It's light, full flavored and refreshing, I'll have to remember it if I start to feel sick, this may just invigorate me enough to nip it in the bud.

The mouthfeel is light, and finely carbonated. Very refreshing, and the honey sweetness lingers in a way that's far nicer than I would have thought.

I like this a lot, and will buy it again for certain. It's definitely not an every day beer, but it's just what I need after a larger than I should have eaten turkey dinner.

Photo of massshortage
4.43/5  rDev +13.9%
look: 3 | smell: 5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Sah'tea by Dogfish Head kind of caught me off guard.

It was a pretty enough golden straw color, almost with a greenish tint. Interesting... unique.. hazy as heck. The bottle that this was poured from was stored well, and it was poured carefully, yet the beer had bits sediment suspended in it, which didn't settle out.

The nose was easily the best part of the experience. I'm in love with the smell of cloves, which dominated here. Spicy in general, the other aromas are harder to pick out. Crisp and flowery.

The taste was delicious. Sweet, but refreshing and not a heavy malt flavor. Chai tea was obvious, which comes more in the finish with spices like ginger and cloves. It has a dry tart feel, it is lightly carbonated with medium body.

Drinkability was slightly affected by its appearance. It was hard to get past the hazy/chunky look of it. All the other elements were there.

I feel as if this is one of Dogfish Head's more successful experiments. I got all of the flavor and complexity that their ingredient list promised. The flavors aren't lost or as subtle as in some of their other beers. And in this case that is a good thing.

Photo of feloniousmonk
3.85/5  rDev -1%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

Dogfish Head Sah Tea, Ale Brewed with black chai tea and juniper berries.

Hazy, peach-colored appearance, light and lovely, solid 1/2 inch of foam rests confidently on top.

Aroma: unreal. It's tea, loud and proud, spreading it's wings far and wide. Sweetish fruity aroma is locked arm and arm with the tea. Unreal and unmistakable. Bitter and sweet.

Never having had any sahti before, I don't know what to compare it to, but I'm getting the berries, got the juniper, that's shining through, and it mixes well with the chai tea. Beautiful. Sweet and fruity, herbal and, well, yum. Sweet and mellow, even-tempered, and cool.

Ain't nothing wrong with this one. No way no how.

I pull back on drinkability a bit, because it's missing a few things I like, such as hops and body.
For what it is, it's a success.

Photo of njbcmatt
3.82/5  rDev -1.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

750 mL bottle, poured into a tulip glass.

A- A clear orangy-gold brew, big billowing puffy white head, very sparkly

s- A whole wealth of notes coming off this, hops, herbs, berries, malty sweetness, really a very extensive number of different notes that really take some time to pick apart.

T- tastes like it smells... a whole lot going on here with lots of herb and spice notes (Juniper?) that really make this taste like 2-3 different beers in one, almost to the point that it's confusing.

M- Definite alcohol burn, less viscous than anticipated, finished smooth

D- Like most of Sam's brews, definitely pushed the envelope and is a very unique and flavorful beer. The one drawback for me was a little too much going on and some confusion on the palette.

Photo of mikeg67
4.7/5  rDev +20.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

Bottle. Pours hazy orange with a lasting white head. Aroma is of yeast, spices, sweet malt, fruit and berries with hints of tea. Flavors are similar to aroma. Full, smooth body. Very interesting, complex, delicious brew. I went out and bought 3 more bottles after I tried this brew.

Photo of wiseguy142
3.65/5  rDev -6.2%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

This has got to be my first review in over a year but I wanted to take a closer look at this one since.. well.. it sure cost enough. Here's to treating yourself!

Appearance is straw colored with effervescent bubbles and a thin white head on top. Admittedly not using the right glassware for this so that could be the reason. Some lacing, nothing crazy.

Aroma hit me as soon as I popped the top off this guy. Was very pungent from afar but up close smells lightly phenolic and bready. There's a hint of something lighter in there as well but overall it's really got the smell of a light double with some sort of mellow, sweet kolsch like feel.

Taste is also a little sweet but definitely finishes with some alcohol. After sipping it and letting it sit on my tongue for a bit I definitely have a light cinnamon aftertaste. I was thrown off because I was thinking it was made with just "black tea" not "black chai tea" which now makes more sense. Like most beers I've ever had made with juniper, this has no juniper taste at all that I can recognize. It's a lot more smooth than I expected... I was expecting diluted gin of some sort but it's really just a mellow chai-infused beer. I like that better than calling it a Sahti.. although the body certainly lends itself to the flaked oats traiditionally used. Very smooth. At the end of it, though, I'm left reminded of a close to $20 bottle of pumpkin ale without the pumpkin. Wouldn't buy again in a bottle, would definitely try fresh on tap, and was generally worth a try.

Photo of Tifore
4.32/5  rDev +11.1%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 5

Poured from the bottle into a tulip.

A - Gold, with a greenish orange hue in color and slightly cloudy. Looks like liquid gold in my opinion. Pours with a really small white head that doesn't stick around at all. No retention.

S - Smells real yeasty and sweet. Some tea notes and spice. Juniper berry comes through as well. Smells refreshing and a little spicy.

T - Tastes of spice first with a blast of tea sweetness coming soon after but it doesnt stick around. No bitterness at all which is nice.

M - Lots of little carbonation bubbles hit my tounge and feel great. Soft and light on the palate.

D - A very drinkable beer. Quite easy to finish the whole bomber. I'll be picking up more of these.

Photo of dfillius
4.69/5  rDev +20.6%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.5

A: Moderate pour yields 1.25 fingers of off-white, fizzy head with poor retention. Better retention please. Hazy, greenish amber is actively effervescent. Fairly good looking, but green color is kind of weird.
S: Strong juniper aroma! Some citrus too. Reminds me of Stone/Nogne/Jolly Pumpkin collaboration or Nogne O God Jule. Some Belgian fruit esters in there too. Smells nice and fairly unique.
T: Good caramel sweetness, a tad sour and funky with good bittering too! Some warm estery fruitiness. I don't taste the chai really. One of the best I've had from Dogfish Head.
M: Expectorant, full, a tad sour. Great. Some warmth in there too. Nicely dry. Nice puckering and expectorant are highlights. Feel warmth in my belly too.
D: Very high. I would order another and will definitely buy again. Strength is the only thing keeping it away from perfect drinkability.

Photo of jmerloni
4.15/5  rDev +6.7%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

A - A beautiful sunset yellow-orange color that's gloriously hazy. Small to medium white head that sticks around for a while and laces appropriately. Great looking beer.

S - Mm. Yummy. Fresh smelling. Yeast and a lot of interesting spices. Thyme? Coriander? And Juniper! Great aroma.

T - Nice and refreshing. Very yeasty and pretty spicy. Tastes a lot like a saison but even rawer in a way. Sahti is a Finnish style I believe, and it tastes like a Scandanavian beer. It has the crispness of winter and evergreen trees. Not much hop flavor but a nice mild bite that keeps this beer balanced nicely.

M - Medium to full bodied. So unfiltered that its gritty - I like it. Not much carbonation. Smooth.

D - Drinkable and moreso than most saisons I think. This is my first encounter with Sahti, and it's definitely an interesting kind of style. Similar to a saison but definitely unique and unlike anything I've ever tried before. I'm kind of surprised more breweries don't make this style - I think it has a lot of potential. Would probably get Dogfish's again.

Photo of dcx10music
3.83/5  rDev -1.5%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

A - Hazy, hazy yellow. I was expecting a moderate-to-large white head and ample lacing, but experienced neither.

S - The scent of chai tea dominates. A mildly sweet smell akin to banana bread tries to balance things out, but mostly fails.

T - Once again, the tea is dominant, but the banana bread-like sweetness comes a bit more into play. Really unique.

M - I was deceived again; I was expecting light and crisp, but this one is surprisingly substantial, but fortunately not overpowering.

D - This is a great brew for those hot, muggy mid- to late-summer afternoons; really refreshing and rejuvenating.

Notes - This is a pretty wild concept, even by Dogfish Head standards. It's not perfect, but it's very much worth trying and enjoying.

Photo of SkunkWorks
4.12/5  rDev +5.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

750ml bottle poured into a wine glass. I wasn't sure what to pour this into and figured maybe a wine glass would be a good idea for some reason. Cut me some slack! I've never had a Sahti before so read this review with that in mind.

Look: no head forms on this one. There are some bubbles sitting on the top but thats it. Its an orange, honey looking beer with serious effervescence. Its a little hazy. There's no lacing left behind. Still, I like the look of this one.

Smell: Wow! I like this! There are chai tea spices here, like ginger and cloves. There's some breadiness in the smell as well. Its very fruity and the juniper berries are obvious as well. I love the smell on this one.

Taste: honey, malt, and caramelized sugar along with the juniper berries. Its very sweet and herbal. There's a little pepper, the cardomom, ginger, and cloves. There's some floral character to it as well. Alcohol is hidden very well.

Feel: medium bodied, with a medium amount of carbonation after the initial pour dies down. There's no alcohol bite and not much bitterness in this one.

Drink: very easy to drink. I could drink this all night.

Overall, I was very pleased with this beer. Sometimes Dogfish overdoes it a bit, but this was one of their more enjoyable beers that I have had. This is one that is definitely worth picking up.

Photo of kshankar
4.3/5  rDev +10.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Orange pour, not much foam on this.

Aroma: Heavy spice profile. The chai aroma is the strongest here

Taste is very good...big on the chai profile and spices, some malt here, and the sahti juniper berries too. All work well. Barely taste any booze.

Mouthfeel is medium, carbonation is on the lighter side, and the beer is smooth and drinkable. Really good

Photo of YouSkeete
3.18/5  rDev -18.3%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3 | taste: 3 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

A: Effervescent copper/yellow. White head with just a touch of lacing.

S: Sweet lighter fruits, like apple, pear and orange . Honey completes the sweet aroma, and some light lemon zest keeps the scent pretty spicy. Lightly peppered, moderately malty. I don't really smell the chai yet, but we shall see.

T: Honey peppered fruits is exactly how i would explain the initial taste. A Savory herbal and floral taste balances the mild spices in the beer. The undertones of the spices definitely make the "Chai" present, but it's very faint and hardly noticeable. There's not much more to this beer than that: Not much difference between the initial taste and aftertaste. It's all pretty much face value.

M: Sticky and milky, like Dogfish Heads ales usually are. medium carbonation, medium body.

D: Easy to drink, the 9% abv isn't very strong at all. Mildly sweet, mildly spicy, a well-balanced beer. Tasty, but not really my style.

Photo of SPThirtyThree
3.6/5  rDev -7.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 2.5

Sah'Tea - an ale brewed with black chai tea and juniper berries...might be a little too experimental for me, so I don't have high hopes.

$14.00 for a 750 mL. Regular cap. Served at 46°F.

A: Pours into my favorite NB snifter, and I can already smell the tea. A one-finger head leaves some lacing if the glass is tilted, but it quickly slides back into the ivory cap, which is rapidly diminishing. The etching at the bottom of the glass does its best to recharge the head, and there's a fair bit of carbonation here. The hue is a hazy, golden orange, just a shade lighter than amber.

S: Herbal and grassy, this beer smells like nothing I've ever tried. There's a strong fusel hotness, tangled with banana phenols. Behind the complex yeast smells lie abundant spices: clove, ginger, and cinnamon; white pepper and nutmeg. After a long whiff, the juniper comes through. Sah'tea smells juicy, and slightly citrusy, like lemongrass and french vanilla.

M: Upon tasting, the mouthfeel makes a huge presence, and stands out more than taste, so I'll describe the flavor later. A full-bodied creaminess envelops the tongue. This is outstanding.

T: The first flavor is a strong sweetness of light caramel, like biting into a bit-o-honey. There's a mild bitterness, but not a standard hop flavor, so perhaps it's a result of the juniper and tea. There's also a little too much spice - clove and nutmeg, but not much juniper in the flavor (thankfully). The Chai tea is definitely present, and probably accounts for most of the spice flavors.

D: Medium-low. Sah'tea is interesting, innovative, and fun to try, but once the uniqueness wears off, much of the appeal leaves as well. It's certainly not sessionable, either, although it went above and beyond my expectations.

Photo of mjsheehan08
3.32/5  rDev -14.7%
look: 3 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 2.5

---from notes

Definitely a big beer. I'm still in the middle of it, and it is probably one of the more complex beers I have ever tasted. Very nice mouthfeel, which is immediately hit with a taste of the bubblegum yeast, followed up with notes of clove, chai, and maybe some cinnamon. Still trying to decide how I feel about the combination of flavors though. I chilled the bottle in a wine cooler to 57 degrees, which brought out alot of the different tastes. It might not be the best tasting beer ever, but kudos to DFH for having the balls to make a beer this complex. Definitely worth a try.

Photo of beagle75
3.55/5  rDev -8.7%
look: 3 | smell: 3 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

Poured from a 750 ml bottle into a tulip glass.

A: Slightly hazy, medium orange-golden color with no foam head. No lacing remains on the glass. Traces of sediment can be seen accumulating at the bottom of the glass.

S: Prominent spicy ginger with accents of honey, cloves, hay, and urea. No alcohol is detected in the smell.

T: Begins dry with husky, pale malt that is soon joined by spicy, effervescent ginger and hints of aromatic juniper berry. Bright fruit (nectarines and cooked apples) defines the middle. Faint earthy tea is just barely detectable in the finish, which is otherwise lacking bitterness. No flavor of alcohol is detected.

M: Thin viscosity, very light on the palate, with moderate to heavy carbonation. A slight burn of alcohol accumulates on the palate over time.

D: This beer is (not too surprisingly) rather difficult to score by style, but it most resembles an exciting, flavorful tripel very much in the spirit of the Bruery's basil-infused Tradewinds. Expect this beer to do everything a tripel can, not excluding the potent dose of ethanol in a serving.

Photo of buschbeer
3.92/5  rDev +0.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3 | overall: 3.5

I poured into a nonic glass to three fingers of off white head. It is orange/amber colored. This is a very aromatic beer. I get clove, juniper, cinnamon, and some faint caramel malt. It reminds me of a Christmas ale. The taste is everything I smelled. I get the spices and malt up front with the piny taste lingering a bit on my tongue. It leaves a little bit of a chalky feel on my tongue. I had NO idea what to expect from this beer, but everything about it reminds me of Christmas. I may have to get another bottle for the holidays.

Photo of JayS2629
4.97/5  rDev +27.8%
look: 4.5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

The only fault I can give this is that it doesn't taste like a beer. However, it is absolutley delicious.

A- A dep golden amber with a hazy sediment.

S- Spicy. The ulitmate chai stands out on the front with a bit of orange in there somewhere. Sweet malty and deep overall taste. Clove stands out.

T- Liquid candy. Nice carbonation. A bit strong on the fore-front but easy on the aftertaste. Ginger comes in with a nice dance to the carbonation.

M- The carbonaton is very nice to the mouth. Slightly creamy. Smooth.

D- The juniper berry brings a nice sweetness and pine feel. It has a spicy finish that is a bit dry but the orange overtones and the background of of a honey calms things down to a very mellow drink. It doesn't taste like beer. The chai tea is overwhelmingly good. Its like a chai tea with carbonation poured into a very nice medium bodied brew.

Photo of Fartknocker
4.48/5  rDev +15.2%
look: 5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

25.6 oz bottle, Bottled in 2010.

A- Deep golden color with quite a bit of 'sediment'. Thin white head.
S- Spicy, fruity aromas, almost wine-like.
T- Spicy with a sweetness like candy or taffy. Taste is similar to a hefe with an added clove/cinammon flavor.
M- Little carbonation which makes for a smooth feel.
D- This is a really good beer, easy drinking that no way feels like 9%.

Photo of kzoobrew
3.55/5  rDev -8.7%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Bright golden orange body with a moderate amount of haze. Frothy white head sits three fingers tall. Retention is fairly decent though lacing is lacing.

Chai spice aromas find themselves deeply intertwined with the strong clover characteristics of the yeast. While the scents due make for an attractive combination the clove aroma does become a bit too strong. Nondescript sweetness is set below all the spices.

The flavor expands upon the foundation in which the nose laid. More overwhelming clove backed up by a chai flavor which is weaker than preferred. The juniper berries come into play delivering a strong sweetness mid palate. Towards the end of the glass the flavors meld into a subtly citric flavor.

Medium bodied beer with moderate carbonation. Texture is smooth and a bit creamy. The sweetness really clings to the palate making for a long finish.

I was pleased to try this beer but was let down a bit by the results. Sahtea is more of a victim of high expectations than poor craftsmanship. Very easy to drink though the taste is not quite what I would have wished for. The flavors make this one to share with your noncraft drinking friends.

Photo of BeerFMAndy
4.42/5  rDev +13.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

750 ml bottle split and poured into a Duvel tulip. 9% ABV, Bottled in 2010B printed on the neck.

Big thanks to Thorpe429 for knocking this one off my wants list!

A - Hazy golden amber but bright in color, it's topped by an awesome white head. Lower retention with some little bits of lace left on the glass.

S - The blend of chai tea and juniper is quite something! It's got a fantastic aroma I've never smelled in a beer before. Subtle minty hints play well with the black chai. Subtle pale malts fall behind. Very refreshing smelling.

T - The minty juniper hints work well with the black chai! It's got almost no real beer flavor to it but despite the large flavor going on here, nothing is overpowering.

M - Medium-bodied and moderately carbonated with a refreshing minty and spicy finish that never gets too strong.

D - This is pretty incredible. I can't think of another beer like this at all. Even the alcohol doesn't come through at all. Thanks Mike!

Sah'tea from Dogfish Head Brewery
87 out of 100 based on 1,751 ratings.