|Town Hall 342|
Creamy thick head of extremely tight bubbles on a shiny copper colored pale ale. Singular hop is strong citrus, lemon, light spice and grassiness. Aromatic and pleasant on top of a bready malt. Significant bite lingers and floats above a solid malt backbone. Sweetly bites for a finish.
I remember the draft on site being brighter, but time and circumstances conspiring to delay the drinking of this growler for over a week may account for this difference. Both versions were excellent beer drinking experiences and I expect HBC 342 will get a cool, marketable name that will inspire more hop laden beers in the future.