A Michigan Pale Ale in early March?  Oh Billy, you really do live on the edge!  Paleooza has a bit of a haze to it, and a good deal of suspended particle.  Light gold with a sticky white head, Paleooza has a wonderful floral bouquet full of piney notes and a bit of dankness way in back.  The bouquet foreshadows the flavors to follow.  Nicely sweet with a mild perfume essence and a hint of bubble gum.  The malty quality is on the mild side, but not thin, with a sticky, dry finish.  Paleooza is much better than its name, which I have a problem with, if only because I’m not sure I’m pronouncing it correctly.  It’s very drinkable, tasty and not overwhelming or too complex to appreciate.  At 4.4% ABV it’s sessionable too!

Score another for Michigan!

F*** AB-InBev, drink local!


One Response

  1. Oh that Alan!

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