Urban Family Temporary Permanence

Val and I have moved on to binge watching “Designated Survivor.” I enjoy the show, but it has a bunch of different mini plots in the show, making it necessary to pay attention at all times. We’ll see if it gets better.

ABV: 5.8%

Style: American Wild Ale

Trivia: According to the brewery website, “We’re a small craft brewery located in the Magnolia neighborhood of Seattle. We have an eclectic focus on creating beer and strive constantly for innovation. You may not see the same beer every time you visit but we try to utilize fresh ingredients, complex yeast strains, and interesting hop profiles. We were founded on the principles of creating something as a family. Working together to make beer that represents who we are, and what we love. We may not all be related, but family is what you make it.”

Random: I have this habit of having to watch shows until the end, even if I stop liking them.

The beer poured with a huge and fluffy, four finger, white head. It was whipped and looked like egg whites. It took forever to dissipate and left some lacing on the glass. The body was a clear, straw yellow with intense carbonation. The nose had a lot of hay and grass with barnyard funk. The taste also had hay and a lot of grass. It also had some funk, although not as much as the nose. Pink bubblegum and yeast came through as well. The body was very light, bordering on too light, but still had a lot of carbonation. The finish was quick and grassy. This beer wasn’t cheap at $16.99 ($1.80 per ounce). Despite that, I enjoyed the beer a lot and I was glad I tried it, although the price would prohibit me from trying it again.

Untappd Rating: 4.0/5.0

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