The palest body and wheat make for the “lager” of the ale world -- almost as light as you can get. As an American wheat you get a subtle citrus from the hops, instead of the heady bready notes of a German hefeweizen with banana and clove or the Belgian spice of coriander and orange--it’s a simple clean wheat that gets a moderate boost of body from the wheat.
Aroma and taste: Light Bodied, Citrusy Aroma. Mild Spice notes along with a citrus wheat-like character.
Light to medium bodied with a moderate amount of carbonation. Crisp, clean, smooth. Finishes with a light balance of citrus hop bitterness.
Light, clean, and with an edge of citrus, like a squeeze of orange - not overly fruity.
Aroma and Taste: Light Bodied, Citrusy Aroma. Crisp refreshing hops with citrus characters.
Light Bodied with high amount of carbonation. Crisp, clean, and refreshing, with a citrus finish.
A medium bodied ale that dials back both the alcohol and the hop profile, so it has a lightly citrus rind bitterness that brightens the caramel malt flavor.
Aroma and Taste: Hop citrus and very slight pine undertones. Hop citrus flavors dominate, grapefruit, stone fruit.
Smooth, good malt balance to the hop citrus flavors, right amount of bitterness to go with the maltiness. Finish - just slightly sweet.
Coconut dominates with a slight zip of lime zest. The smooth creamy mouthfeel and light sweetness make this a dessert that’s light enough to drink all day. Cruisin’ on idle, listening to some tunes, and sipping on this mild Key Lime Coconut ale will get you on Island Time no matter your location.
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Raspberries add a lightly tart note since the beer finishes more dry than sweet.
Brewed with Capt. Matt Bellinger of Bamboo Charters.
A medium body with cracker malt flavor. Not much standing out in the way of hops, just a smooth easy drinker.
A wheaty body burstin with blueberry aroma and flavor. Still not overly sweet but not as dry as Queen Conch or Florida Gal.
A bright American hop flavor but lower bitterness, which shines against a lighter malt body. Fruit forward hops with mango, other tropical fruit, and citrus.
Won second place for pale ale in the Best Florida Beer Pro 2018 competition. Falconers Flight is a hop blend that comprises many Northwest hops like Citra and Simcoe.
A smooth but flavorful oatmeal stout, with a body that isn’t too heavy but robust roasty, chocolatey malt flavor.
The sweetness of the berry flavor is kept in check by the overall dryness of the beer.
Souring agents are added to the water in the brew kettle in this “quick sour.” The grapefruit citrus aroma and flavors come from “dry hopping,” when more hops are added to the fermentation tank instead of in the boil.
Lightly tart with an earthy floral flavor and bright citrus punch.