SingleCut Beersmiths – Forty Things We Share

Forty Things We Share : 4.0 – Imagine a pale ale mixed with orange soda. That gives you an idea of the look, and to a certain degree the taste this beer provides. Its an okay hoppy pale ale (apparently is an American Double/IPA and Imperial), but the citrus here is more like koolaid citrus… I can’t find any mention of it on the site, and if it wasn’t showing up on the old BA and untapp’d I’d almost question if it really existed at all.

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Price Average: Forty Things We Share $7 draft

Website: https://singlecutbeer.com/

Green Flash Brewing Co. Le Freak Ale

Le Freak Ale: 2.0 – It’s a combo of a Belgian Tripel and an American Imperial IPA (AIIPA?). Which is actually a good description of this beer. It’s got a strong taste, and I’m sure if you liked it would find this amazing. However I can attest that in my small sample size of a few people (damn you p values!) it’s unliekly you will enjoy this beer. It’s hoppy in all the wrong places, has gravity in all the wrong places – it’s a bastardized combo that shouldn’t exist.

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Price Average: Le Freak Ale $9

Website: http://www.greenflashbrew.com/

Oskar Blues G’Knight Imperial Red Ale

Oskar Blues Goodnight: 8.5 – This was listed for high octane and it’s a bit more alcoholic, but this solves the issues where some reds are a bit too tart. This though has gravitas, and quite frankly it’s fuckin delicious. I got this at a bar, and quite frankly I’m glad that we do this site. I feel like others would see the can, and dismiss it out of hand –  which is sad for who great the beer is.

Craft Beer Review of Oskar Blues Brewery's G'Knight Imperial Red

Price Average: Oskar Blues Goodnight $13 for 6-Pack

Website: https://www.oskarblues.com/

Editor’s Note: So this is not a challenge post. We are still doing the challenge, but having passed the halfway point the finds are now much harder.