columbia wrote:I now realize that Fat Tire doesn't really make it to PA, but has anyone tried this?
A delightful summer ale for easy sipping and a classic Belgian yard game for easy enjoyment, Rolle Bolle is how we roll. Brewed with monk fruit and soursop, this beer pours a brilliant blonde, with a fluffy, white head. Earthy and tropical tones carry the aroma and the taste follows accordingly. Rolle Bolle’s hint of tartness is backed with the citrus bite of Cascade and Centennial hops. Oats add some creaminess to the mouthfeel, and it finishes dry and clean. Time to get in the yard, crack a bottle and start rolling.
Birthdate: April, 2013
Hops: Target, Cascade, Amarillo, Centennial
Malts: Pale, Oats
Fruits/Spice: Monk Fruit, Soursop
Aroma: Gentle aromas of fruits, including juicy fruit gum, citrusy lemon, and a fruity white wine with a hint of herbal, flint and spice.
Mouthfeel: Nice light creamy texture from the oats and a crisp finish.
Flavor: Mild malty and fruity sweetness with a hint of tartness and a bitter nip at the end.
Visual: Pale sunshine yellow; bright white foam and lacing.
I picked up a sixer of this.
It reminds me of the Sweetwater IPA, if that rings a bell.
It's refreshing, but not something I would seek out again.