Saturday, April 21, 2012

New Belgium Dig

I received a bottle of New Belgium Dig as part of a beer trade from my buddy Rich in San Diego. The beer pours a golden color with a frothy white head that leaves a neatly organized lacing on the glass. The aroma consists of lemon, tangerine, grass, and caramel. The taste is dry and slightly bitter. It has a solid caramel base with a strong lemon, tangerine, and pepper bite on the finish. Citrus lingers behind with some grassy hops. The alcohol content is 5.6% ABV. This was a nice and refreshing pale ale that I could see myself drinking over and over again. It was built very well and would be enjoyed by most people, as it wasn’t overly bitter.

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