Troegs Cultivator

Sometimes, I just buy a beer because I really, really like the label. This happens to be one of those beers. I’ve also enjoyed other beers from this brewery, which definitely helped, but this label is adorable. Let’s see if the liquid inside was just as good.

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ABV: 6.9%

Style: Maibock/Helles Bock

Trivia: According to the brewery website, “Emerging from springtime’s fertile ground, Cultivator celebrates the start of hop-growing season as sprawling fields of hop rhizomes climb and tether to hop bines. This spring bock delivers hints of toasted grains, fresh baked bread and delicate floral hops. Cultivator pairs nicely with a variety of cheeses including Asiago, Colby, Gruyère and Swiss. Its malt sweetness and clean, dry finish also complements spicy dishes such as Thai or Korean barbecue, shellfish and a variety of fried foods.”

Random: I could really go for some Thai food right now. I haven’t had good Thai food in awhile.

This brew poured with a thick, two finger head that dissipated at a moderate pace. It left spider web lacing on the glass. The body was a clear amber color with moderate carbonation. The nose was pretty clean, yet simple. It had bready malts and floral hops which very pretty delicate. The taste was much of the same. It was very delicate and clean, coupled with bready malt and floral hops. There was also a touch of honey at the end. The beer was on the thinner side and dry with moderate carbonation. There was no booze apparent in the taste. It had a long finish with honey and floral hops. This was a really nuanced beer but really nice and enjoyable. Yet another solid offering from Troegs that I would have again.

Untappd Rating: 4.0/5.0

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