Beer Review: Muskoka’s The Legendary Spring Oddity

Again another great seasonal release from Muskoka!
This is definitely my favorite Ontario brewery. Really impressed by all of there beers and this one put the icing on the cake.
 
Appearance: Golden, clear with a big white long lasting foamy head head.
Smell:  Subtle hits of coriander, floral hops, some Belgian funky yeast, apriocots and faint notes of honey sweetness
Taste:  Pear and apple flavors dominate, notes of clove and some orange peel that actually fades as you get to the bottom of the beer. Honey and grassy notes but the floral notes don’t come out in the taste as it does in the aroma. 8% Alcohol was hidden.
Mouthfeel: Medium carbonation. Mouthfeel is very crisp, refreshing and smooth.
Finish:  Finishes dry
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3 responses to “Beer Review: Muskoka’s The Legendary Spring Oddity

  1. fredmoesker

    Nice… I enjoyed this last night in fact… Veeeeeeeeery nice.

  2. Jason Campbell

    I also enjoyed one this weekend, brought in from a friend from Ottawa, quite the tasty brew.

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