Bitter End Pale Ale - This 5.2% ABV beer pours orange-copper-amber in color and is partly cloudy with a small, thin head. The aroma is slightly sweet malt, french bread and some fruit. The taste follows the aroma and the beer drinks with a tangy zest on the tongue. There is a bit of iced tea with lemon in the flavor as well. This drinks like an English pale ale.
Resistance India Pale Ale - This 6.9% ABV IPA is aged in French Oak Foudres (a large cask for storing, transporting and aging wine). The beer pours orange-copper-amber in color with a small head. The aroma is very hoppy, lots of tropical fruit, tangerine and cantaloupe. There is a sweet yet tangy note as well. The taste has the fruits of the aroma but is noticeably more piney than the aroma. There is a fruity sweetness, but the finish is bitter and dry. If the oak is apparent, it comes to me mostly in the finish.
Domaine Dupage French Style Country Ale - This 5.9% ABV beer pours a glowing brown-copper-orange-red in color. The head is slight and rapidly dissipating. The aroma is spicy, yeasty, slightly fruity of dark fruits, with a bit of biscuity malt. The taste is fruity, cherry and plum, with a caramel sweet maltiness and a zesty and slightly bitter hop finish. This drinks very smooth.