12 oz can split with my wife. Pours a very light pinkish yellow with a moderate off-white head. Aroma and flavor feature ripe red raspberry, apple, and white grape while still clearly remaining "beer." Slightly sweet with just a hint of tartness. Nicely carbonated mouthfeel. Refreshing.
Pours clear, gold in color with 1/4 inch head. Taste is raspberry candy with a touch of rose wine. Very light bodied, sweet, with high carbonation. Nice, sweet and light. Nice sessionable fruity ale that makes a great wine alternative. Would get this again.
Southern Tier Brewing Co. "Muse Rosé Ale"
12 fl. oz. can, coded "D.O.B. 07/18/19 12:34:44 FL"
$2 @ Wegmans Cherry Hill Wine, Liquor & Beer, Cherry Hill, NJ
Notes via stream of consciousness: The label reads "ale with white grape juice & raspberry flavor & colored with beet juice". I'm not sure where the beet juice comes in because this is a slightly hazy straw gold in color beneath a finger-thick head of fluffy white. I wonder what it would look like without the beet juice. The aroma is sweetish, almost candyish. In fact, it smells like a raspberry candy. On to the flavor... well, the aroma was right on although the flavor is more complex. I'm getting some golden malt, the grape, and... well, maybe it's only that much more complex. It tastes like a PEZ candy. I don't find it too sweet overall, as it doesn't get sticky in the finish but I've had better rosé beers that have tasted more like actual rosé wine. In the mouth it's medium-light in body and gently crisp with a moderate carbonation. The head didn't hold up too well and only some initial lacing was left behind. I think this would be a great summer beer, but I also think it could be better - unless sweet is what you want.