Style: Spiced/Herbed Beer
This sweet yet dry beer is made with ingredients found in 2,700-year-old drinking vessels from the tomb of King Midas. Somewhere between wine and mead, Midas will please the chardonnay and beer drinker alike.
Serve at 45-50 Degrees
Enjoyed from a pint glass
A: Pours a golden transparent color like apple juice. Minimal lacing with lots of bubbles.
S: Strong aroma of grapes, subtle white wine and faint biscuity notes – not a lot going on here.
T: Grape, honey, earthy herbs, alcohol is present in the finish. Refreshing, but underwhelming.
M: Highly carbonated. I’m not a fan of the big bubbles, but this works in the big picture. Very crisp.
O: DFH takes big risks with a lot of these bombers and they occasionally pay off. Midas Touch doesn’t rank amongst their finer offerings, but it’s an interesting brew nonetheless.