Review: Braxton Moving to the Country | Craft Beer & Brewing
Braxton Moving to the Country
89 out of 100

Style: Pale Ale

ABV: 5.0 IBU: 40

89/100
Aroma: 11
Appearance: 3
Flavor: 18
Mouthfeel: 4

Braxton Moving to the Country

What the brewers say

“A perfect balance of floral and tropical hops rips through this pale ale with a sweet tartness and smooth finish that hints toward the taste of summer. This beer is brewed in partnership with our friends at SweetWater Brewing Company.”

What our panel thought

Aroma: “Orange and lemon from the hops with a touch of peach skin as well. More peach flesh aroma comes out as it opens up. This brings on mineral notes, some berry esters and a light bread or saltine malt aroma.”

Flavor: “The clean malt bill that brings a touch of toasted character blends well with the fleshy peach character. Hops are citrus in nature and blend well with the rest of the beer. Finishes a little sweet.”

Overall: “Without the lingering residual sweetness, this beer would work a lot better. You can’t call it distinctly peach because with the hop crispness the fruit gets a bit muddled, but overall an enjoyable beer.”

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