Is there any style that BrewChap can’t get right?
Take this for example. A home brewed and lagered Pilsner dry hopped with Citra. It’s every bit as good as that sounds.
The body is a soft creamy caramel, ice cream cornet and honey malt dream, over which a delicate herbal stinging nettle greenness wafts.
And then the Citra comes in, but instead of a great big brassy citrus attack, the long slow lagering has rounded off the edges, creating a sticky lemon curd throughout the aroma and in finish that leaves the beer feeling round and chewy.
Source: BrewChap Brewing Concern