Cherry Ale - Ambered orange with a brief haze. Served with a cherry. Minimal head except for the foam ring around the glass. Sweet and artificial cherry smell. Some toasty flavor, but I think the majority of the cherry flavor actually comes from the actual cherry. Old Davenport gold with cherry?
Hefe-Weizen - Cream yellow. Literally completely cream yellow mousse color. Served with a lemon. Very strange looking. Citrusy and yeasty. Clove an banana with a estery finish. Tart. Mild, but fizzy carbonation.
Old Davenport Gold - Clear straw color. More of a head, but still minimal. Light and honey flavored. Some citrus at the finish. More flavor than most basic lagers. Still an ale I think though. Spike carbonation and very refreshing.
Bucktown Stout - Black brown, but still some translucency around the edges. Subtle roastiness. Astringent and a little more hops. Caramel is notable as well. Very light body for a stout.
Brown Ale (seasonal) - Browned amber, hazy with an bronzed tint. Smells nutty and brown sugared. Sweet and carameled with a spicy nutmeg and ginger as well as cinnamon in the finish. Still complex and enjoyable and not over done.
Raging River Ale - Maintaining the strongest head of them all. Hazy amber with a white foam head. Hoppy and fruity smelling. Very bitter and grassy with a dash of pine. Finish is dry and resinous. Some phenols to it, but very tasty.
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Brewery experience: 43/50