Boji Beach Golden Rye Ale - This 5.0% ABV beer pours a dark golden yellow, getting a touch of orange, in color with a tall and long-lasting half-inch of thick, white, foamy head that adds a nice creamy touch to the beer. The aroma is floral and grassy, a touch of sweetness, and a note of the rye, and sun tea with lemon. The taste is deep rich grain, a touch of rye, flowers and grass, a touch of honey-yeast-floral sweetness, but with enough bitterness to finish dry and crisp. There is also the sun tea with light lemon apparent in the flavor as well. This is a good and flavorful American pilsner-like golden ale.
Boji Blue Pale Ale - This 5.0% ABV beer pours a deep copper and amber colored, with a tall quarter-inch of thick and creamy off-white head. The aroma is malty, roasted, toasted, nutty and caramel, with some sun tea with lemon and a bit of orange. The taste follows all the aromas, with primarily a deep rich maltiness, roasted and toasted, nutty and caramel, with an immediate second wave of hop bitterness that makes it finish crisp, dry and bitter. This is a good English style pale ale.
Midwest Charm Farmhouse Ale - This 6.0% ABV beer pours copper, amber and dark orange in color, yet bright. There is a thick, creamy head of foam, off-white to very light brown in color. The aroma is true to the style, very yeasty, with lots of estery fruits, overripe tropical fruits and melons, and a touch of banana. The taste follows the aromas, lots of spice notes, and a moderately bitter finish. If you like this style, this is a good one, but for me personally I am not a fan of yeast forward beers, they just aren't to my taste.