Maibock - This 6.2% ABV beer is their spring seasonal. The beer pours copper in color with little head. The aroma is fresh and clean, grain in a metal bucket, and a slight floral, fruity aroma. The taste is sweet yet crisp, a bit of caramel. This is consistent with a lot of the Capital offerings, good but not great.
Summer Fest - This 5.6% ABV beer pours orange-copper and light amber in color with a small white head. The aroma is grain, straw, and tall grass with a touch of lager funk. The taste is ever so slightly sweet, caramel, grainy malt, a bit of lager funk and a crisp and somwhat bitter, dry finish. The beer is well carbonated and refreshing to drink. A full-flavored lager take on the summer seasonal.
Platinum Blonde Doppelbock - This 7.8% ABV beer pours an orange copper in color with a small off-white head. The aroma is malty, cooked sweet potato, like a brewery in the air. The taste follows the aroma, sweet and very malty. If you like a very malty and slightly sweet beer, you've found your man here.
U.S. Pale Ale - This beer pours a dark yet glowing orange-copper-amber in color. There is a tall, almost an inch, of off-white creamy and foamy head that leaves layers of lacing down the glass of medium density. The aroma is stone fruits, a little spicy, with caramel malt in the back. The taste is a smooth and creamy maltiness, a bit of caramel, a touch of sun-brewed tea, and a hint of citrus. This is a very tasty and extremely drinkable pale ale. I have tried many of the Capital beers and this is my favorite, it is excellent.
Eternal Flame - This is part of the Capital Square Series of limited beers brewed by Capital. This 9.1% ABV doppelbock pours a glowing dark copper-bronze with orange. There is a short head of off-white foam. The aroma is sweet, malty, caramel, and sweet potato. The taste follows the aroma directly. This is a big malty, sweet, but not cloyingly so, especially for its high alcohol content.
Dark Lager - This 5.4% beer pours a very dark brown, appearing almost black. There is a small off-white head. The aroma is malty, caramel, roasted. The taste is roasted malt, some caramel, a medium bitterness and dry finish. Not terribly flavorful for a dark lager.