MeltedOzark wrote:I'm pretty sure the Black IPA was a collaboration with Jordan Rainhard before he started his brewery. Unsurprising considering it's decent. No other Beau's beer excites me anymore.
I have to say I like the Kissmeyer Nordic Pale Ale on tap when it's cheap, just a nice rounded and crisp pale. Good is good!
Tried the Mill St. West Coast IPA the other day and I think Beaumont's comments are spot on. The intensity of flavours are there for the style (like a home brewer showing that he understands that US IPAs are bold tasting), but they're not well-integrated.
What is up with these guys, I thought by now they'd have something as good as Mad Tom that I could depend on to be great.