Maker: Bell’s, Comstock, Michigan, USA
Style: Sour mash wheat ale.
Appearance: Gold, slightly hazy.
Nose: Sour, Meyer lemon, yeast.
On the palate: Light bodied. Sour, more Meyer lemon, grains of paradise, coriander seed, lemongrass.
Finish: Quick with a little sweet and sour hit at the beginning.
Parting words: The level of sourness in this beer was a bit of a shocker at first, but by the time I got to the end of the six-pack, I enjoyed it quite a bit. It’s more complex than it seems at first sip, but isn’t so cerebral it doesn’t work alongside a sandwich. Oarsman ale is recommended.