American Craft Beer Week: Community Beer Company Spotlight

Featuring the Mosaic IPA and the Community Witbier.

Mosaic tasting notes:

"The deep golden/light amber color of this IPA comes from the use of a blend of English Maris Otter and American pale base malts.  Sparing use of English crystal malt lends some caramel sweetness to help balance the hefty bitterness.  Heady aromas of blueberry, pine, citrus and tropical fruit are the result of blending Mosaic hops with several other delicious American hop varieties.  For being a large, hoppy beer it is quite drinkable, in part due to the balancing act of alcohol, malt complexity, and enormous American hop character."

Witbier tasting notes:

"The aroma from the thick, brilliant white head is bready and lively with notes of citrus and hints of spice.  The beautiful cloudy white appearance is mainly from the use of a large percentage of unmalted wheat, which contributes a considerable amount of protein, resulting in the permanent haze and creamy mouthfeel.  A high level of carbonation, relative low ABV, and refreshing character of the wheat make this a very drinkable summertime beer to beat the Texas heat!"

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