Originally Posted by makomachine
Kegged this past Saturday after ~14 days in primary and it's a nice beer. I'd dry hop it and up the flavor hops slightly if I was the primary consumer, but this was my gateway beer for non-craft beer drinkers. To that end, it suits it's purpose - thanks for sharing!
After 6 or so pints, and more time in the keg, I'm seeing the beautiful simplicity of this beer. It's highly quafable and the perfect gateway ale for the non-craft beer drinkers. I had three pints today and I believe I may have just found my lawnmower beer! Next batch, and there will be a next batch, I'm going to dry hop 1/2 oz or so to give a hair of cascade aroma. Bittering is spot on and don't want to mess with the flavor given the intended audience. Thanks Ed!
Kegged: Waldo Lake Amber, Notty as Helles, Vanilla Porter, Sweet Stout (nitro), NB Surly Furious Clone, Petite Saison D'ete, Le Seigle Belge Saison, BM Cream of 3 Crops, Edworts Apfelwein
In Process: Braggot
Upcoming Brews: Surley Furious Clone, Uintah Wyld