There’s a bit of cereal grain in the nose; it’s a little weird since I’m not used to that kind of nose for a beer. It isn’t unpleasant though.
Still; the flavors here also include some cereal grains-I can’t quite shake the flavor of Cheerios, honestly. There’s a lot of malt sweetness, too, but the finish on this beer is surprisingly dry. Not crisp, but there’s a white wine element there that provides some restraint on this beer where it might otherwise be a breakfast instead of a beer.
Still, this could use some more work, so I may just may this the style I brew for 2020!
Brew date: 10/20/19
6.5 Copeland Pils
2 lb Vienna
Fermentables: 3 lb Golden malt extract
.75 oz Mt Hood @60
@5 .25 oz Mt Hood
Yeast: Imperial House