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219 (Three Floyds)

This is the first new FFF brew I've had since February. I knew they had quite a few ones that I missed, but with the plummetting quality of the pub, I'm okay with that. This one was on tap at a local pub. Mr. K ordered it and offered it to me in exchange for the sugar beer I was drinking. (My hero!)

General Thoughts
Look and Smell: This pale gold brew was served in a Schlafly glass. I hoped FFF hadn't gotten that bad! The white ring of the head stuck until I was done. It smelled a bit grassy.

Taste: A quick assessment, this is like a watered down Alpha King, though more grassy than citrus hops. Tasting it more, it was sweeter than expected, balancing/cancelling out the grassy-woody hop flavor. Light and refreshing, yet sweet.


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