Why can’t all Milds be like this?
Pouring as black as tar with a big cumulonimbus for a head, Mild Life Crisis smells of toffee and coffee, honey and prunes.
The malts are big and round and chewy, stuffed full of figs and dates, burned toast, molasses and brown bread.
There’s a light hop thing that gives you a pleasant swipe of fresh herbal greenery and the slap of zesty lemons and limes.
All this and a chest warming boozy heat makes this a beer that I would happily drink again and again.
Source: Mad Hatter Brewing Co.