Filed under: Barleywine Style Ale (snifter), Rock Art | Tags: better design, burning, exquisite, floral, hazy, less malt, long lasting thinner white head, longer finish, low quality, medium high strength, more hops, reddish brown, spongy, sticky lace, terricloth texture, well balanced, wonderful
ABV, Volume & Calories: 10 % in 22 fl oz. estimated at 400 C
Purchased at: Canal’s Lawrenceville, NJ for $4.09
Aroma: wonderful, floral, exquisite, burning.
Visuals: better design, reddish brown, hazy, long lasting thinner white head, sticky lace.
Taste: well balanced, less malt, more hops, medium high strength.
Palate: low quality, spongy, terricloth texture, longer finish.
Overall: Immensely better than its ‘younger brother’ Ridge Runner, but that’s not saying very much. Not a repeat, since I could have a great beer in the same volume at an only slightly higher price in Ruination, not a favorite, not very valuable, low craft. It’s a shame really, Rock Art has some very nice and affordable imperial IPAs.
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