Reviewed By: Herr Mike Style: IPA State/Country: Maryland ABV: 6.5 Serving Type: 12 oz Look: 9 Light amber color, thick white head, stringy lacing Smell: 8 Honey, malt, grass Taste: 8 Biscuit, pear, caramel, lemon, honey, pine Mouthfeel: 7 Medium with medium carbonation Drinkability: 8 Quaffable. Could do another Overall Score: 8 Value: 9 Cost/12 oz serving: $1.67 Overall Impression: This one was pretty good. Citrus with a nice malt backbone and a piney kick on the finish.
Reviewed By: Herr Mike Style: Black IPA State/Country: Utah ABV: 9.20% Serving Type: 12 oz Look: 9 Black tar color, thick tan head, thick stringy lacing Smell: 8 Coffee, Chocolate Taste: 8 Coffee, licorice, burnt toast, spicy, pine Mouthfeel: 8 Medium with medium carbonation Drinkability: 8 Dubhe to me one more time! Overall Score: 8.2 Value: 9 Cost/12 oz serving: $2.50 Overall Impression: Not a bad Black IPA. I can't say I tasted the hemp, but I'm sure it added something to the mix. A must try if you like this unique style.
Reviewed By: Herr Mike Style: Double/ Imperial IPA State/Country: Illinois ABV: Serving Type: 12 oz Look: 8 Murky orange color, small off white head, spotty lacing Smell: 7.5 Bread, citrus, musty Taste: 8 Pine, citrus, wet grass, bread, caramel Mouthfeel: 7 Light with medium carbonation Drinkability: 8 The resiny dankness kicks in on the back end. Not bad. Overall Score: 7.7 Value: 8 Cost/12 oz serving: $2.12 Overall Impression: This beer was OK but the body was a little thin for the style. Don't know how fresh this beer was (no date on can). It had some dankness to it. Would love to try it fresh. It's worth a taste.
Reviewed By: Herr Mike Style: Bière de Garde State/Country: ABV: 12% Serving Type: 12 oz Look: 9 Deep amber color, huge fluffy off white head, thick stringy lacing Smell: 8 Spicy, fruity, bread Taste: 9 Clove, caramel, pine, bread, pepper, slight booze, dark fruit Mouthfeel: 8 Medium with medium carbonation Drinkability: 9 A spicy gift for my mouth. A 750 awaits my taste buds Overall Score: 8.6 Value: 8 Cost/12 oz serving: $4.40 Overall Impression: Another impressive offering from The Lost Abbey. Brewed as a Xmas beer, this tasting was done in late May. No matter what time of the year it is, this beer can be enjoyed anytime with a wide variety of foods.