Mountain Goat Summer Ale

Mountain Goat Summer Ale

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Mountain Goat Summer Ale

Mountain Goat Summer Ale

There are many factors to consider when deciding whether to put beer, especially craft beer, into a can. They might include the willingness of the market to embrace such a product, how a beer will present inside a can rather than bottle or keg and so on. In the case of the about-to-be-released Mountain Goat Summer Ale, we reckon it came down to one simple factor, however: the desire of their staff to drink their own beer at Meredith.

Whether our suspicions are correct (and we accept there may have been other considerations), when Meredith 23 rolls around this December, we’re pretty sure there will be plenty of cans of Summer doing the rounds. The beer, which is based on previous draught-only summer releases such as Skipping Girl and Goldilocks (although far closer to the former as far as we can tell), is launched at the brewery this Friday (along with fried chicken from Rockwell & Sons) and should start appearing on the shelves of bottleshops from next week. There’s around 5,500 cases heading nationwide, so finding one shouldn’t be too tricky.

 

Mountain Goat Summer Ale, 4.7%

Packaged inside sleek, golden cans that look like the sun rising from a goat head on the horizon, the Summer Ale is tagged as “a clean, dry, aromatic ale with a blend of Aussie and Kiwi new world hops.” And there’s little doubt once the top is popped that there are plenty of fruity, tropical hops in there. Plenty. Perhaps the most noticeable aspect is just how dry it is, however, thanks to what we understand is pretty liberal use of malted and unmalted wheat. Almost as noticeable is the barely perceptible bitterness; clearly, the vast majority of the hops didn’t meet the beer until late on.

So, it’s fruity, is refreshing, it’s dry and it’s sessionable. And it’s in a can. As the can says: “Roll on summer.”

 

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