In this beer blog, we are going to get into another brew from Revolution Brewing. The brew that will be featured in this beer blog post is their Rosa Hibiscus Ale. If you read my earlier beer blog post on their Anti-Hero IPA, you know the history of this young Chicago based brewery. If you have not, please, read that Anti-Hero IPA post. Let us get into the beer.
It has a dark copper color with a shade of rose tones without a head on it. To me, there is not a smell in this beer. The taste is a sweet carbonated with some spicy kicks.There is a touch of tart in the drinking experience. There is no aftertaste. It is extremely drinkable.
Here is a description from their website (www.revbrew.com):
Rosa Hibiscus Ale
A highly drinkable ale steeped with hibiscus flowers and a touch of orange peel for a natural tartness and slight pink hue.
ABV 5.8%IBU 15
Profile: A highly drinkable ale steeped with hibiscus
Availability: 1/6 & 1/2 bbl, 12oz cans (in 2013)
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In closing, I did not know what to expect from this brew. I have to be honest. I still do not know how I feel about this beer. It is an easy drinkable beer. They were successful at making this a session beer. This is a good beer and I enjoyed drinking it. I will have to say I will never have this beer again. Here is my thought pattern and it goes with all their six-pack cans. This brewery makes some great beers. I just feel the price you are paying for their beers at retail is not worth the price. It goes for most of their twenty-two ounce bottles. I just feel their beers should be a little bit cheaper since they are brewed here in Chicago. I would say try it and tell me what your thoughts are about this beer. Go get some! Drink it! Enjoy it! Metal it! \m/
Bill DJ Weiser