In a blind tasting by BJCP trained experts, this beer rated


Chapman Dispense as Written

Aroma: “Malt-forward. Biscuit, bread, toast. Subtle noble hops. Lightly floral, perfume. Slight lemon esters with a light, woodsy hops aroma, some berry notes, and a hint of caramelized apples.”

Flavor: “Bright nutty character, almost peanut-like, up front. Floral hops notes emerge more as it warms. Low carbonation and body, but both are appropriate to style. The finish is biscuit malt mixed with apple and pear esters balanced with light earthy hops, low bitterness, and smooth finish.”

Overall: “A clean, well-balanced easy-drinking mild. It’s like a session nut brown ale, which in itself is usually sessionable, so if you’re in the mood for a super crushable autumn beer, this will do the trick.”