Served at the Austin Flying Saucer.
Set before me is an attractive, hazy body with a rich depth to the butterscotch-auburn body. Not much head at first, but a few swirls of the tulip produce a fleeting crown of creamy tan bubbles. The aroma, slightly muted, got stronger as the beer warmed, as notes of clover, sugared orange peel, and pale malts all blended nicely.
The flavor didn't do a whole lot for me until the meal showed up and the beer had a chance to warm. At that point, ONE took on some rich, almost weizenbock-like wheat characteristics with a pronounced honey, spice, and citrus fruitiness. Some Belgian spices, but nothing too evident in the yeast department...tough to categorize this one. Mouthfeel is spot on, with a medium body and light carbonation level that finished with a slight boozy heat and hoppiness. Congrats to (512) on a year well done, and keep the beers coming!
There are no reviews for this beer yet. Login and be the first to review it!