Yeah, I guess it's not financially feasible to make sure everything is good before you sell product since most breweries have this problem when they upscale.Well for most of those beers this is the first time they've ever been canned in large volume, right? In that case I can see their being some learning curve.
Just triple and chinooker'd. One was a little bit of a low fill. Chinooker'd has a massive chinook taste. It's enjoyable. Triple Sunshine reminded me of a old school Other Half. Super intense pineapple and citrus profile, with a big malt backbone.
The spot is absolutely beautiful. Definitely a must-visit for us from now on when we go up.Looking forward to checking this out next time up! It's been a real long time coming. I'd be most excited to get to drink a Double Sunshine once again. Never visited their old spot for anniversary or hunted out the bottle releases at markets. Only Warren store couple times. Looks like another great spot in Northern VT to visit.
Off target how? Do they taste like popcorn water? Because the last time I bought bottled Double Sunshine a few years ago, that shit was popcorny as hell.My Triple Sunshine cans are great. The Double cans aren't bad, but are a little off target. I'm sure he will get it dialed in though.
Got there today. Great spot. DS on tap was so off the charts good. Cans are strong but probably will need a bit more hoppiness as they proceed.My Triple Sunshine cans are great. The Double cans aren't bad, but are a little off target. I'm sure he will get it dialed in though.