Two regular dudes who happen to be huge fans of American craft beer.
By Matt Schreiner in Beer on Saturday, September 9th, 2017
Time for another beer from a trade, time for another beer blog.
This one is Fire, Skulls, and Money from Toppling Goliath in Decorah Iowa. It was acquired from Ben in Wisconsin, who is my source for TG bottles.
It looks like the typical Northeast style IPA, very cloudy and orange juice tint with mild head and creamy lacing.
Smell is a blend of juicy citrus with a mild bitterness in the background.
Taste is also a blend of citrusy hops with a mild bitterness that’s a bit stronger than I usually expect from the style, but it’s pretty well balanced.
It’s a very clean, creamy, and full bodied beer with a gentle alcohol presence.
All in all, a rather straight forward Northeast Style IPA, but a rather tasty one.