Author Topic: New Belgium's Dig  (Read 5017 times)

Offline thebigbaker

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Re: New Belgium's Dig
« Reply #15 on: April 24, 2012, 08:11:38 AM »
I liked it because it was a little different.  A little darker and maltier than many APAs I've been drinking and brewing.  Good medium hoppy finish and like others said, a little more "earthy/floral" than "fruity", but you can easily pick out the lemony Sorachi and I got a little of the grapefruit from the Cascade.  Overall I think it's a really good beer to transition from Winter into Spring. 
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Re: New Belgium's Dig
« Reply #16 on: April 24, 2012, 09:48:34 AM »
Had a bottle of this beer last weekend.  I thought it wast pretty tasty.  It has an element of richness in the maltiness, kind of a biscuity flavor, yet it is somewhat crisp in the finish with a slight rounded hoppy element.  I would've drank another bottle of this beer if I had one.  Nice beer!
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