Graffiti Orange Creamsicle Ale was poured from a growler into a pint glass at home while watching the activity of the final day of the European football transfer window on Labor Day weekend in the US. Fortunately for purposes of this review, the quality of the beer vastly exceeded the quality of the transfer activity of this writer's favorite team.
The beer poured a hybrid yellow-golden color with a huge head of bright white foam.
Graffiti smelled, unsurprisingly, of oranges and cream, with a slight wheat undertone. The taste followed the nose, with plenty of citrus mellowed by a cream aftertaste.
This is a great hot day session beer. The mouthfeel was moderate. I give the brewery high marks for trying something different: B+
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