Reviewed on 2018-08-24
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Rating 91
Style Cream Ale
Produced In Poughkeepsie, N.Y.
United States
ABV 5.2%
Availability Year Round

Perfect For

Asian Food, Boozy Beach Trips, Drinking Outside the Lines, Picnics In The Park

Mill House Cucumber Blessings Review

Inspired by the Cucumber Blessings Ceremony held by Buddhist priests to help villagers endure hot summers, Mill House's cucumber-dosed cream ale is refreshment at its best. (That said, it's perhaps best avoided by those averse to cucumbers.) This beer pours a clear, bright golden color with crisp carbonation. The nose is straight cucumber juice, with a whisper of lemony citrus. As for the finish, it hints at herbal bitterness before settling in, again, to sweet cucumber. Have your salad and drink it, too.

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Mill House Cucumber Blessings
Inspired by the Cucumber Blessings Ceremony held by Buddhist priests to help villagers endure hot summers, Mill House's cucumber-dosed cream ale is refreshment at its best. (That said, it's perhaps best avoided by those averse to cucumbers.) This beer pours a clear, bright golden color with crisp carbonation. The nose is straight cucumber juice, with a whisper of lemony citrus. As for the finish, it hints at herbal bitterness before settling in, again, to sweet cucumber. Have your salad and drink it, too.

Reviewed On: 08-24-2018
91
POINTS
Mill House Cucumber Blessings
Inspired by the Cucumber Blessings Ceremony held by Buddhist priests to help villagers endure hot summers, Mill House's cucumber-dosed cream ale is refreshment at its best. (That said, it's perhaps best avoided by those averse to cucumbers.) This beer pours a clear, bright golden color with crisp carbonation. The nose is straight cucumber juice, with a whisper of lemony citrus. As for the finish, it hints at herbal bitterness before settling in, again, to sweet cucumber. Have your salad and drink it, too.

Reviewed On: 08-24-2018