It seems that when we discuss new beers that have entered the market the topic usually turns to, "what liquor stores are they at"? Today is one of those rare occasions where you don't have to find a liquor store, they're at your good ol' grocers.
Deschutes River Ale: Bready & grassy undertones, & ending with citrus,
faint mint, an herbal and mild biscuity finish.
Phoenix Ale Brewing Hoppy Valley IPA: Hop forward, with grapefruit and citrus flavors, a
hint of pine and a tiny bit of malt on the finish.
Unsacred Unfaithful IPA: Floral & grassy light biscuit, not much malt body
Unsacred Rimando's Wit: Estery, some citrus, wheat, a bit of spice.
Unsacred The Vision Lager: Slightly grassy & grainy, with some sourness.
Unsacred Priesthood Pale Ale: An earthy pale with mostly pine & hints of citrus
Boulder Brewing Singletrack: Sweet, clean, buttery base supports a very citric and American (odd)
hop. The nutty note is there as well. Only a slight cardboard finish as a
Boulder Brewing Buffalo Gold: Sweet pale malt, grain, mild floral hops, and slightly metallic.