I picked up a 4 pack of 16oz'rs last weekend for $10.99. A little pricey but not terrible, especially for Night Shift, their standard beers are running $12.99/4. Touted as a 'Dry-hopped with Amarillo' on the label. This beer is the definition of 'quaffable'. It definitely has the classic cream ale malt/yeast character, probably a bit more bitterness that the classic style but not significantly. The bittering is sharp which lends to the crisp, refreshing character. It may be dry-hopped with Amarillo but they use a light hand with it because it's a pretty gentle aroma.
This is the most drinkable beer I've had in quite a long time. Spending an afternoon at a cookout or doing yardwork? This beer will be your best friend. I will be searching this beer out in the future, without a doubt.
Hilariously amateurish review of the beer...
The content of the actual review isn't bad.
Edited by JKor, 30 September 2017 - 07:56 AM.