After a quick stop at a new beer bar in Columbia, MO named 44 Stone, and enjoying Schlafly’s Black IPAand Avery’s Hog Heaven, my friend Joe and I checked into the hotel. We met up with the guys we’d be playing golf with the next day at Booche’s in downtown Columbia. It’s a pool hall with some of the best little hamburgers anywhere. Joe and I each ordered several burgers as well as a pitcher of this beer to share with the rest of the table.
Location: On tap and poured into a regular pint glass at Booche’s in Columbia, MO.
Numbers: 5.5% ABV, 40 IBUs, 13.5 OG, 4.5 SRM, 182 Calories
Ingredients: Malts: 2-row malted barley, white wheat malt, Dingemans Cara 8; Hops: US Challenger; Yeast: American Ale
Appearance & Aroma: It was golden in color and very hazy. The head was cream-colored, very big, and was fairly soapy-like in appearance. It left some very nice lacing as I drank it. The aroma was much less hoppy than I expected, with a bready malt and yeasty aroma, and only a light earthy-grassy hop smell in the background.
Taste & Feel: The body was…