Uptown in The Penthouse. Downtown With the Mob. Uptown was inspired by Heaven 17, the 80s band that made the best synthpop ever…
“Here comes the daylight, here comes my job. Uptown in the penthouse or downtown with the mob. Here comes the night time, here comes my role. Goodbye to the pavement, hello to my soul”- Penthouse and Pavement
- Appearance: Bright, golden-orange hue, rocky, opaque, long-lasting creamy head, just barely see-through
- Aroma: Not aggressive, lightly floral with soft whisps of dry tangerine, balanced hop aroma
- Mouthfeel/Body: Creamy, comfy, pillowy, medium carbonation aiding the fuller body, goes down smooth
- Flavor: Works in perfect balance with aroma, reinforces its balanced nature, lovely malt sweetness finishing with a measured and lingering bitterness, nothing overwhelming, everything’s in harmony
- Overall Impression: An exhibition in the balance of ingredients, a deceivingly crushable porch-drinkers go to. A beer meant for your rocking chair with two cup holders.