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Level Crossing - VII XXV XVII Wheatwine Ale:  The color is a hazy orange-amber with a one-finger milk-white head and thick lacing. It has a nice aroma of malt, butterscotch and dry, dark fruit. It tastes of malt, caramel, and raisin or fig. It starts out with the sweetness typical of a barley wine but the sweetness gives way to a h ...

New Beer Friday 7/30/21

Level Crossing – VII XXV XVII Wheatwine Ale: The color is a hazy orange-amber with a one-finger milk-white head and thick lacing. It has a nice aroma of malt, butterscotch and dry, dark fruit. It tastes of malt, caramel, and raisin or fig. It starts out with the sweetness typical of a barley wine but the sweetness gives way to a hoppy bitterness and a strong alcohol burn at the finish. In fact, it seemed more hoppy and bitter as it warmed in the glass. It is a medium-bodied, somewhat syrupy ale and the 10.70% ABV is very noticeable. Overall, I enjoyed this wheat wine and would drink it again.

Bewilder – Nouveaux Houblons: For the French impaired “New Hops” is a Franco/Belgian IPA with an all Belgian grain bill, Belgian yeast, and a slew of new French hops, including: Barbe Rouge, Mistral, and Triskel!. I don’t know these hops, but they are pretty interesting. There’s combo of herbal, berry and citrus. The yeast drives this IPA with bubblegum and clove. This is a textbook Belgo-IPA. 7.3

Source: Utah Beer

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