Drink Southern Tier Phin & Matt's

Southern Tier Phin & Matt's


Relevant Links:
Phin & Matt's (Southern Tier Website)
Phin & Matt's Extraordinary Ale (BeerAdvocate.com)
Southern Tier Phin & Matt's Extraordinary Ale (RateBeer.com)

20130130:
[20130203]
I had this beer straight from the bottle. I thought it was alright. Actually, it either started going bad, or it just plain tastes bad. It tastes like a Natty Boh or some sort of cheap beer. 2:21AM ET

[20130204]
Today (20130204) I had a Natty Boh and it was actually pretty good. Given my description above, I'd have to change the above statement to "this beer tastes worse than a Natty Boh."

Website Information:
PHIN & MATTS

"brewed with 3 varieties of hops & 3 types of malts"

FOOD PAIRINGS: Particularly tasty with earthy cheeses, grilled chicken, buffalo mozzarella, seafood, burgers.

AVAILABILITY: Year-round / 12oz (6pk and 24 bottle cases) / 1/2 keg, 1/6 keg

ABOUT THE BEER
STYLE: American Pale Ale
BREWED SINCE: 2004
ABV: 5.7%
FERMENTATION: Ale yeast, three varieties of hops, three varieties of malts
COLOR: Pale amber
EFFERVESCENCE: Generous carbonation. Bubbles rise soft and slow
NOSE: Biscuity, a hint of malt, earthy
FLAVOR: Grassy and floral, light and refined sweetness, straw
BITTERNESS: Medium
BODY: Medium-light
SERVING TEMPERATURE: 40-45°F
GLASS: Pint glass, mug
AVAILABILITY: Year-round / 12oz (6pk and 24 bottle cases) / 1/2 keg, 1/6 keg
CELLARING: 35-40°F

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