Mendocino White, Flying Fish Summer Ale hit shelves

May 21st, 2008 | Posted by Real Beer

A couple of beers new to the shelves:

- Mendocino Brewing has released “Limited Edition Summer Seasonal White Ale.” Unfiltered and cloudy, it “features
a thirst quenching blend of sweet orange peel and the subtle spiciness of coriander, topped off with a delicate twist of lemon.”

- Flying Fish Farmhouse Summer Ale is back for the 12th summer. It’s brewed with Belgian two-row pale malt and 7% wheat, lightly filtered, and has a earthy, spicy character from Styrian Goldings hops.

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2 Responses to “Mendocino White, Flying Fish Summer Ale hit shelves”

  1. Stevie Casino Says:

    Better yet, grab some Avery White Rascal, Southampton Double White or Weyerbacher Blanche. Flying Fish is a little better than Sam Adams, but not by much. . .

  2. Jeff Axelrod Says:

    I just bought a six pack of the Mendocino White Ale for $7 here in Chicago, and it is absolutely awful. It has terrible sour notes and reeks of strong yet rotten lemon. It also has chunks of sediment floating in it.

    I love white ales, but would steer clear of this one.