New Beer Blog Roak Roaka Cadabra Spiced Apple Ale


In this fall beer blog, we are going to get into another brew from Roak Brewery.  It is their fall seasonal and it is called Roaka Cadabra Spiced Apple Ale.  If you read my earlier beer blog posts on their beers, you know the history of this young and upcoming craft brewery.  If you have not, please, read them to get to know this Michigan base craft brewery.  Let us get into Apple Ale.

It has a dark brown color with light tan color head. The smell has an apple to sweet malty notes. The taste of this medium body beer has a sweet malty to apple pie notes. There is a slight cider sweetest. The aftertaste has a dry apple finish. It is pretty drinkable beer.

Here is their website and twitter addresses:


Twitter:  @roakbrewing

Ending, every beer that I have from this brewery I have to give them more and more credit.  There is not too many new craft breweries that are trying to push the limits of beer.  The new breweries are doing the same beers that are already on the market.  Roak and Canton Brew Works are looking to challenge the craft beer drinkers.  Their seasonals are not same boring beer styles.  They did not want to do an Oktoberfest and Pumpkin Ale.  I was pretty happy to hear this fact.  They purchased cider from Blake’s Farm and brewed this Apple Ale.  I love the fact that they are using Belgian yeast.  I like it but I can see people loving to hating this beer. This is a great beer and I cannot wait for their winter seasonal.  I highly recommend this beer.  Go get some!  Drink it!  Enjoy it!  Metal it!  \m/


Bill DJ Weiser


Twitter:  @djweiser

Instagram:  @djweiser13

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