Red Sky at Morning 2015 Review

Heavy Seas have created a new iteration of their Red Sky at Morning and have made an intense effort that will impress imbibers with a depth of flavors. The initial nose of the beer links together wheat and sweet elements, inviting one in with an alluring nose. Red Sky at Morning’s first sip crashes upon individuals, with spicy (black pepper), candi sugar, grain, and hints of malt all discernable. After this initial panoply of tastes subsides, Red Sky at Morning keeps things interesting by providing one with a laundry list of twists and turns. The stronger alcohol presence and fruitier elements will be something that fans of tripels can appreciate, while the fruitier elements may just be enough of a reason for fans of fruitier hop elements to dig in. Continue reading “Red Sky at Morning 2015 Review”