Taste is mellow bitter, building into a fairly rich bitterness in the finish. Pretty well balanced and good. Nicely balanced and drinkable, not as sweet as the nose would suggest. Aroma is piney hops, very little citrus. December saw the brewery placing equipment orders for a new fermenter, conditioning tank, bright-beer tank, and a larger hot-water system that will allow production to top 42, barrels of beer a year. If things go well in Illinois, Dilba is willing to take his brews further:
Aroma of citrus, pine, quite floral, some fruit notes. Hopalicious is certainly not tame. Taste follows, little malty too. It's too early to say that Hopalicious has national-brand potential, but it's certainly getting the kind of love from hop-heads that makes one wonder if it might. Beer travelers and Wisconsin expatriates who live there regularly come here and take beer back with them," says Dilba. Capitalizing on a beer that stands out is key to a small brewery's growth. Aroma is malty, with sweet overripe pineapple and stonefruits in the forefront. Feels like a go-to option when available. Coffey worked on the recipe for Hopalicious for nearly a decade. And now Dilba and Coffey have set their sights on the Illinois beer market and are expanding their facility to meet that demand. Its barrelage mark puts Ale Asylum among a small number of Wisconsin craft breweries considered "regional" by the American Brewers Association, for making more than 15, barrels annually. Pretty well balanced and good. That's a mark they hope to hit within two to three years. New Glarus, with its Spotted Cow, is a clear example of how one beer can drive brewery expansion and sales. The taste is fruity, sweet, oxidized, mildly bitter. At times, it is almost velvety on the palate. December saw the brewery placing equipment orders for a new fermenter, conditioning tank, bright-beer tank, and a larger hot-water system that will allow production to top 42, barrels of beer a year. They should be found in Chicago and northern Illinois markets by early February. It means we'll have more beer here, too, and there will be beers you can get only here," says Dilba. Cloudy amber with layers of wispy sediment, medium yellow head, nice lacing. On Ratebeer, a web-based rating service, it scores 97 for style and 94 overall out of Nicely balanced and drinkable, not as sweet as the nose would suggest. Quality malty backbone keeps the bitterness in check throughout the sip. Has a lot of citrusy hops and is best during a nice summer day. Moderate caramel malt sweetness. Some nice pine and citrus notes too.
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