Review Date 11/21/2002
Grant’s Lazy Days Ale pours to a bright orange amber color with a light fizzy head and a subtle fruit nose. The palate is crisp with lots of fresh malt flavor. It’s just like chewing a handful of crystal malt. There are notes of caramel and candyish crystal malt, a light toastiness, and fruity apple notes. The finish is crisp and balanced with a light citric note. This is not an extremely bitter beer.
Great with poultry and fish. I enjoyed a bottle with country-fried chicken, baked sweet potatoes and buttered squash.
And remember, try a new beer today, and drink outside the box.
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