Dogfish Head Sah’tea

Posted: March 31, 2012 in Recipes

Dogfish Head Sah’tea

Dogfish Head’s Sah’tea, a seasonal spiced ale brewed after the Finnish “sahti”, which features loads of grain and malt, and juniper berries (sometimes instead of hops). This one pours easy with a very quickly vanishing head, kind of like pouring a ginger ale. This sweet brew goes down smooth and is extremely easy to drink. So at 9.0% ABV, you need to be careful this is not a wimp of a beer. This was a little to lacking for me, not a ton of flavors going on. Overall I like just about anything that  Sam Calagione comes up with. He has become the spokes man of sorts for the current craft beer boom that is happening in this country. I would not want anyone else to be that voice, he is a class act for sure.

Overall Grade: B

Cheers,

Matt

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