All grain brew in a bag method. I brewed this batch for a wedding I hosted at my house and was attempting to offer a simple, light beer that would appeal to people who do not drink craft beer. This was the first time I ever brewed a batch for an event, and this was going to be the only alcohol offered at the reception. I was a little disappointed at myself as the OG was a low. I let it sit for about a month in the primary and transferred it to the keg and let it sit on CO2 for a week. It started off a little bitter and had that 'green' taste of being a young beer, so I let it sit for another week (thankfully I planned ahead here), and that made all the difference. It matured into a perfectly light, crisp, slightly malty finish ale. It had a very slight hop presence in the aroma and the initial taste, but it was smoothed out by a hint of a sweetness. It has a nice creamy head that laced very well on the glass. Honestly, I would consider this a light cream ale, it tastes very similar, but it wasn't as high in alcohol. I would absolutely recommend this beer to a mixed crowd of people who like craft beer and those who don't. At least for the crowd at this wedding, everyone enjoyed it and I even had people ask me who made this beer so they could go buy it at the store.
Reviewed by: Old Site Reviewer from United States.