Kassik’s Spiced Cream Ale Review

Kassik’s Brewery of Kenai, Alaska makes a Spiced Cream Ale for Christmas.

Spiced Cream ale pours rich amber with light lacy white foam. The aroma is a strong ginger, nutmeg, cloves, malts. The taste begins with creamy malts and ginger burn, followed by spices and nuttiness. It’s ginger from start to finish. It’s drier, and not as  sweet, as I imagined it would be. There’s little finish or aftertaste. It just stops. My tasting elf and I didn’t pick up much cream, but some vanilla. The flavor profile is that of Ohio Christmas beers like Great Lakes Brewing’s Christmas Ale. It’s 5% ABV.


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