Insight Brewing describes their Crazy Aunt (6.0% alcohol by volume) as a gin and tonic style ale. It has a big lime, juniper and spice nose with traces of malt in the background. It is hazy gold with streams of rapidly rising bubbles under a 1.5" off-white cap with fair retention. The attack starts with a hint of lime and by mid tongue it fills the mouth with big lime flavors and traces of spice. While it starts mildly sweet, it dries a little on the finish. Hop bitterness is low to medium low and malt flavors are medium low. The lime is the big flavor player but the beer texture has enough heft to keep Crazy Aunt from tasting like an alco-pop. The body is medium light and the carbonation is medium high. Crazy Aunt is light, refreshing and very drinkable. Go here for review of Crazy Aunt with: Deer Creek The Blue Jay cheese and Boss Gibson Oysters.
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