Greetings, NBS friends, and thank you to @lordofthewiens for the introductory salvo. I’ve been to New Mexico once, and it is as he describes. I don’t think I could live there and work, but I’m pretty sure I could retire there. Little O is the variable - if he sticks around Minneapolis (which I think is very likely), Mrs O will want to be in that general vicinity. So I’ll be back to Surly and Schell’s. Can you say, “Yes, please?” I have a couple beers today, the first is from a brewery I first discovered when Mrs O purchased a “Beer Of The Month” membership a few years ago. This is decidedly better than anything I received from that membership. 4.04/5 rDev +4.9% look: 4.25 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4 Pours a very hazy grapefruit color with a white head that clings to the glass like fuzzies to Velcro as you drink the beer. The can advertises dank, and there is truth in advertising with this beer, because dank notes (primarily grapefruit and pineapple, with room for juicy tangerines as well) dominate the nose and the taste. If this beer had a little more balance courtesy of a malt component, it would approach world class for me because of my appreciation for the Citra hop. Even without the malt, this is still imminently quaffable. Yes, I went there. Can’t help it - Citra hops take me to my happy place.