Tasted with David and Jennifer Misewicz following an excursion to Limestone Brewery Sunday night. Drunk from the extra tasting glasses that complement my wooden tasting flight that I received for my birthday.
Mouthfeel: Carbonation is at a high, especially in the foretaste, but nicely complements the texture. Medium body, but also an un-tacky finish. A little dryness. One would think that the aggregate sedimentation would add to the body, but it is relatively lighter than sensationally perceived.
Overall Impression: A very interesting, sweet beer that has a nice complementing sweetness at the finish. Jen says "Nummy." Some lemon emerges at the end with the complementation of tea and tart. A very interesting beer with a well balance of the chai tea, which could easily be made aggressive if overestimating the spicing. Generally I think this is a delicious beer for the sweet-a-holics, and a nice vacation from the common bitterness. We applaud Dogfish Head for the complexity of flavor, no need to start with easy introductions, go big, or go home. Definitely an introductory beer for a girl who wants the fluffy cranberry vodkas and slushy margaritas, but nevertheless maintains a delectable flavor of beer.