Description:"They say the best way to shrink a fish is with with a ruler, but the best way to grow a fish is with a beer. Montana Trout Slayer is the beer to drink when you're knockin' back a couple cold ones and tellin' fish stories. Who knows the next one might be the best yet! "A bigger tale with every ale. Trout Slayer is a filtered wheat ale, fermented at cool temperatures, making it a smooth drinkable session beer."—Big Sky Brewing Co.
The tasting: Pale gold in color, slightly hazy, with a white head that dissipated quickly. Aroma of bread-like malts, light citrus hops, and yeast. Flavor very similar to aroma. Light to medium in body with an effervescent mouth feel and a crisp, clean finish. Very drinkable. They say it's an ale, but I think it could pass for a lager.
Rating: 3 star.Good. I would drink this again if someone gave it to me. I don't fish for trout, but if I did, I could see drinking this for hours while standing out on a lake or river. Trout Slayer is a good session beer and would be a perfect complement to a hot summer day. What can I say, Big Sky's not so subliminal imaging worked on me...
Have you tried Trout Slayer or any other Big Sky brews?