Poured from a 12 ounce bottle into a chilled pint glass.
Rich copper-like color with shades of grays and browns.
Smells like sweet bready malt with not much else going on. A little weak in the smell category.
This beer tastes like Germany in a bottle. It has a rich flavor and reminds me of fresh baked bread or dinner rolls with crisp hops in the background.
A bit chewy, leaving the mouth a little sticky like after chewing some caramel candy.
I really like this beer. What it lacks in substance it more than makes up for in taste. Brooklyn’s choice to go with a more conservative and traditional O’fest beer is in my mind, a good one. I love the simplicity and enjoy drinking this particular beer very cold.