Wheat - This 5.1% ABV beer pours dark golden in color, highly effervescent, with a small white head. The aroma is light, fruity, some apricot and red plum jam, a bit of malty grain, slightly sweet. The taste is slightly sweet, biscuity, some light fruit, with a dry and bitter finish. The mouthfeel is smooth yet well carbonated. This is a nice wheat beer and would be a good summer drinker.
IPA - This 6.2% ABV beer pours a dark copper, burnt orange in color. There is a half-inch of thick, creamy and foamy head that is off-white in color. The aroma is a bit strange, kind of sour,yeasty, burnt caramel malt, spoiling fruit. The taste is richly malty with some fruit overtones and a bitter finish. The taste is light years better than the strange aroma. This is a decent drinking beer, but a failure as an IPA.
Winter Ale - This 6.7% ABV beer pours a deep ruby brown with a tall half-inch of light brown foam. The aroma is roasted, toasted, nutty malt tinged with a bit of caramel. The taste is like the aroma, lots of roasty, toasty, nutty malt, a touch of caramel, with enough hoppy bitterness to finish crisp and dry. This is a really nice nut brown ale.
Porter - This 5.6% ABV beer pours dark black in color with a tall half-inch of light brown foam. The aroma is roasted malt, a whiff of coffee, with a slight tang. The taste is a deep, rich, roasted dark malt, some light coffee and dark chocolate. This is a really tasty and enjoyable porter, especially for a store discount brand.
I picked these up at Trader Joes.