Gedge wrote:Of the three Cascade on offer is there one that stands out?
For me it is absolutely the Sang du Chene
but also the Manhattan is no slouch at all. The Apricot is a sour-fest and the easiest on the wallet.
Having another Apricot, I would say it's definitely improving with cellaring. Acidic profile is strong but a bit finer and lemon-tangy. The aroma of fruit is still great, and there are some minty herbals appearing. I bet over 5-6 years this stuff will get really interesting. I am now tempted to buy a few more!
Bottle-conditioning ages beers on lees sediment, which adds complexity. Do not drink any of the sediment though.