Try These High Horse Beers

Libertine Porter
Style:  American Porter
ABV: 5%
Notes: I usually expect a “watery” quality with porters but this was on the dry side. It was very good, and more on the lighter side with a medium body.Mr. White
Style: Witbier
ABV: 5%
Notes: Belgian Style grapefruit Witte and local Wheat and Barley. This was not overly grapfruity. It was pleasant, and went down smooth. I would suggest this as a good summer beer, and its not lacking in flavor.

The Moan
Style: Belgian Style Pale Ale
ABV: 4.5%
Notes:   There was a bit of a clove note, but very light. I must say this is beer to savor.

Yellow
Style: Kolsch
ABV: 5%
Notes: – This has to be the best kolsch I’ve ever had. From its inviting yellow hue, to its bready yet crisp body. It goes down smooth and leaves you ready for another.

Another Lover IPA
Style: American IPA
ABV: 6.3%
Notes: So, I had two versions of this. I liked the original much better than the cask conditioned. But I “had another.” What stood out to me was its bouquet, if had almost no citrous scent, and was very floral. The carbonation was spot on, and there was an almost grassy nose added to the floral notes.

Another Lover IPA CASK
Style: American IPA
ABV: N/A
Notes: What I appreciated about this low carbonated IPA was how aromatically hoppy it was. I was quite impressed with its effervescent appeal. Overall it had  thicker feel to it, and it was very flavorful.

Velvet
Style: American Amber
ABV: 5.25%
Notes: This version was on Nitro when I visited. Nitro’s to me can be hit or miss. This one had a soft mouth feel, with an almost chocolate cherry flavor. It was overall semi-sweet but it had a distinct distinct “beery” taste.

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Satisfaction IPA
Style: American IPA
ABV: 7.2%
Notes: Aptly named, it’s satisfaction in a glass! There’s a bit of everything in this one; fruity, citrousy, crisp and fresh. Give this one a try A.S.A.P.Beastie
Style: Rye Beer
ABV: 6.2 %
Notes: Maybe it’s the time of year, but this really hit the pleasure spots on my taste buds.  It had a bit of a roasted malt flavor hints of peppery spice. The hoppage was well balanced.

Soleil D’ Or
Style: Sour Ale
ABV: 6.5%
Notes: This was slightly farmy in its aroma with an overall wheaty sourness.

Minx
Style: Saison / Farmhouse Ale
ABV: 6%
Notes: Brewed with local barley and wheat, it has the classic Belgian sweetness one would expect. It had a soft feel to it and was quite tasty.

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Lady K
Style: American Pale Ale
ABV: 5%
Notes: Brewed with Simcoe hops, it had floral notes and a delicious and balanced hoppiness.

The Biz
Style: Russian Imperial Stout
ABV: 9.5%
Notes: This is an imperial coffee stout which is barrel aged 9 months in Bulleit rye whiskey barrels. I found it sweet and fruity and hints of vanilla. It’s quite smooth.

The Business
Style: Russian Imperial Stout
ABV: 9.25 %
Notes: An imperial Coffee Stout, it tastes like a rich and flavorful coffee porter.

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