Hello and Welcome to Wednesday! It’s humpday and the middle of the week! Hang in there friends! The weekend approaches! Jack from The Intoxicated Review writing to you today! Today’s brewery is 21st Amendment Brewery and the beer of choice today is the El Sully Mexican-Style Lager. I think I’ve only had this one once before, but due to the selection at their brewery in San Leandro, not surprised. Here are my thoughts.
21st Amendment Brewery
Hops: Magnum and Northern Brewer
El Sully pours with a very light look to it. It has a very light gold, almost yellow color to it. The head forms at three eighths of an inch, but then settles down to one sixteenth of an inch, where it lingers.
This is a particularly malty smelling beer. You can really smell them at work. I can detect fruit notes, probably from the pilsner malts.
So, the brewers claim that this beer pairs well with tacos…good thing I chose tacos for dinner today. I can taste the malts as well as the fruit notes. Delicious! Very smooth and very refreshing.
I found this to be an extremely refreshing and quite enjoyable brew. I would rate the body at light. This beer was very smooth and easy to drink!
Friends, I found this to be an amazing beer! It was tasty, refreshing, and just plain enjoyable! This is a year-round brew, but get out there and get some! You won’t be disappointed!
Friends, thank you as always for reading! See you again soon!