On-Tap at Yards. Poured into a pint glass. Pours a very hazy golden color with a decent white heading did keep a covering all throughout the tasting.
Smell is well I was just saying smoke malt and a bit of a zesty lemon aroma. When I asked my wife she laughed took a whiff and said Bacon. You know what know reading the review above that is not that crazy. Bacon it is.
Taste is a helluva alot of smoked wheat malt. A decent citrus lemon finish with a heavy yeast funk aftertaste.
Mouth is light bodied and crisp. I guess it is a little much of a linger of smokey malt.
A nice change of pace. If you can get it give it a shot.
Tapped at the BBQ on 8th and South St on 6/4/10, and again at the Opening Tap. Review of the BBQ tap from notes, although the cask at the Opening Tap is basically the same.
Hazy golden with a scant white head. No lace, fair retention. Nice wheat twang with a healthy dose of smoke, tobacco, and a hint of leather. The bbq-like flavors (which was very slight, but in a good way) blended well with the flavors of an American Pale Wheat Ale. A light and bubbly beer, this one has a good drinkability factor. Can definitely pound this if needed be.