A few beers at Perdition Smokehouse in Berkeley. On the top, Cellarmaker’s Equinox Pale Ale (a 3 of 4) (and some delicious hush puppies in the background). An awesome tropical fruit bomb of a nose and some light bright sweetness. Quite juicy and oily and solidly bitter. Easy drinking to boot. On the bottom left, Tahoe Mountain’s Hop Song Citra (a 3 of 4) - a great citrus presence and a great looking beer with some relatively sticky lacing. A decently thick body and a lingering grapefruit bitterness. On the bottom right, The Bruery’s Hottenroth Berliner Weisse (a 4 of 4). Smells of lemon and grain and has a great tartness up front as well as some balancing sweetness. Very light bodied, yet carries a ton of nuance to it, and has a beautiful opaque body. Not overly tart - the grain sweetness does a perfect job balancing. Excellent stuff.