Saturday, January 29, 2011

Southern Tier Iniquity

I ordered a bottle of Southern Tier Iniquity at Underdog in Harrisburg. If you have not been to this place, it may be the cheapest craft beer place I’ve seen. The 22oz bomber was $6, as are all bombers, and 12oz craft bottles are $3.50. The beer pours a dark amber color with read hues and a frothy tan head. The aroma consists of toasted malts, raisin, fig, chocolate, and banana. The taste is smooth with raisin and chocolate, fig, and a great yeast profile. The alcohol content is 9.0% ABV. The Iniquity was amazingly smooth and extremely flavorful with plenty of Belgian-inspired flavors. While the beer wasn’t exactly what I was expecting for a black ale, it was quite delicious and I would drink it again.

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