Evolution Summer Session Ale

This was my first non DFH brew of the trip. My sister and I stopped at a local bar to grab a drink. This bar was definitely interesting. It was almost empty, but it was biker week. Rehoboth is a pretty gay friendly town, so you had them and the bikers. Definitely an interesting contrast. I had picked up some Evolution brews at the beer store in town to bring home and drink, but I figured, why not try the summer seasonal.

ABV: 4.6%

Style: American Pale Ale

Trivia: According to the brewery blog, “Brewed with barley, rye, wheat and oats, it has a subtle complexity overlaid with some hop and yeast fruitiness. Unfiltered and extremely drinkable.” Well, this explains the cloudiness.

Random: I’m all about trying local brews, so hopefully this Delaware brew is decent.

This brew poured with a barely there white head that dissipated moderately with no lacing left on the glass. The body was a cloudy yellow color with no visible carbonation due to the cloudiness. The nose was very muted. I almost got my nose wet trying to find some lemon and citrus, and that was pretty much all I got. The taste…alright, at best. There was some mild citrus, followed up by a little bit of sweetness. The brew itself was thin with mild carbonation. I don’t know exactly where they were trying to do with this beer, but it just didn’t work. This was definitely boring and I wouldn’t rush back to have it again.

Untappd Rating: 1.0/5.0

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