Bitter American - 21st Amendment Brewery
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4.31/5 rDev +11.7%
Awesome session ale with upfront American citrus hop character and supportive crystal malt. Low ABV makes this one a go to for me on many occasions. Can't believe I didn't give this one a serious chance previously. Thanks go a buddy for the heads up.
08-09-2014 17:28:32 | More by jwhancher
4.16/5 rDev +7.8%
Pours hazy and yellow with a lovely pastel orange blush. A fat head of off white foam that falls pretty quickly and leaves some sticky rings of lace. Nose it outrageous grapefruit! The juicy and tart fruit, the pith and the peel. Some herbal for the background and a sweet but light scent of malt. Forceful yet graceful nose. It's vibrant and enticing. The taste is fruity and lively with that grapefruit. Just enough malt to feel it on the palate more than really taste it too much. Bit it is a feather light biscuit with a bit of dryness. Lively juicy fruit and the herbal kicks in on the backnotes to make this one drink easily and with plenty of taste. Some earthy pine on the palate brings it to a dry finish with a well done bitter. it's a bitter that is not shy and it lasts and lingers a bit. Balanced to the flavors and to the drink but it does stand out. It does not succumb to the malt at all and lingers just long enough to show you the splendid crispness of the beer. It has ample carbonation and finishes tart. Really one of the best session ales.
07-31-2014 18:33:48 | More by utopiajane
Bitter American from 21st Amendment Brewery
87 out of 100 based on 1,111 ratings.