One time, at Beer Camp…
…I drank a delicious Maibock. Yup, all of it. I’m wild.
I guess when I think of a “tropical” beer I picture something like Avery’s Lilikoi Kepolo or Kona’s Wailua Wheat - super light and straw-colored. So, when this poured a more caramel color, I automatically assumed it was going to be too malty for my taste. I was wrong - the tropical hops in the Yonder Bock really shine through and make for a super balanced beer.
A lot of people are calling this one their favorite in the pack, which makes me sort of nervous. I like it, don’t get me wrong, but it didn’t leave a very memorable impression. Maybe I just don’t like Maibocks? Only thing to do is to drink my way through the other 11 brews of Beer Camp and report back ;)
Anyone else had any of the Beer Camp series? Thoughts?

One time, at Beer Camp…

…I drank a delicious Maibock. Yup, all of it. I’m wild.

I guess when I think of a “tropical” beer I picture something like Avery’s Lilikoi Kepolo or Kona’s Wailua Wheat - super light and straw-colored. So, when this poured a more caramel color, I automatically assumed it was going to be too malty for my taste. I was wrong - the tropical hops in the Yonder Bock really shine through and make for a super balanced beer.

A lot of people are calling this one their favorite in the pack, which makes me sort of nervous. I like it, don’t get me wrong, but it didn’t leave a very memorable impression. Maybe I just don’t like Maibocks? Only thing to do is to drink my way through the other 11 brews of Beer Camp and report back ;)

Anyone else had any of the Beer Camp series? Thoughts?