August 19th, 2006 by Andy
Wolaver’s pale ale poured with a dark gold essence that revealed a light hop nose containing little-to-no head. In my glass, the beer gave off a few bubbles and had a wonderfully light hoppy pale ale taste that had a subtle malt backdrop with hints of grapefruit. All in all, this beer has an elegant taste that is superbly done.
Apparently, the brewers in the great state of Vermont know a few things about good beer- Wolaver’s pale ale is a strong showing, that easily complements the likes of the Magic Hat Brewery. Wolaver’s has the added benefit of being entirely of organic barely and hops. On a warm summer’s day, it’s easy to hail Wolaver’s pale ale.