Thirsty Thursday: Elysian Bifrost Winter Ale

Dec 10, 2015 Comments Off on Thirsty Thursday: Elysian Bifrost Winter Ale

Elysian Bifrost Winter Ale

Winter is coming, so why not shake off the cold and brighten your spirits with a bottle Bifrost? Named after Norse mythology’s burning rainbow bridge that reaches between Midgard (the world) and Asgard (the realm of Gods), Elysian’s Bifrost is a subtly satisfactory sud with a vibrant essence and clean fresh winter taste. Endorsed by Thor himself, this somewhat alternative winter ale is sure to find a welcome place on your palate.

Here’s my complete review:

Elysian Bifrost Winter Ale (8.3% alc)
Light amber in color with a thick head, the nose opens with notes of sweet caramel, floral hops, orange zest and behind the scene spices. Moderate carbonation on the palate produces a forward hop focused interaction laced with sweeter citrus flavors and fairly bitter earthy hops. Hops are drawn out slightly on a clean finish that displays a mild maltiness and dried fruits (apricots) for balance.

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