"We named this beer in honor of Myron Avery, a founder of the Appalachian Trail, or the A.T., which starts near Sierra Nevada’s North Carolina brewery and ends near Allagash’s home in Maine. Both breweries have a tremendous love of the outdoors, and Avery and the A.T. are great reminders of the wild spirit of exploration that connects us both."
"Myron’s Walk is a Belgian-style pale ale combining the best of our two breweries. It features intense citrusy flavor and a complex aroma from the use of fruity and resinous whole-cone Citra and Mosaic hops offset by the complex spicy character of Allagash’s house Belgian yeast strain."
The color of this beer is a yellow/orange, it didn't seem to have much of a head with my initial pour but it did have a fair amount of carbonation visible while resting. The aroma of the beer was distinctive to a Belgian style pale ale, fruity notes with a hint of hops. The first sip felt smooth with a notable aftertaste, common to Belgian pale ales, and a bite on the tongue just before you swallow. It had a good flavor, slightly bitter just the way I like it. This was another good beer in this series that I really enjoyed from start to finish. The only problem was that I didn't have another one, come on Sierra Nevada hook a guy up! On the ABV scale it was 5.3%, which is not quite what I am used to, but it has enough kick and it was an enjoyable beer to drink either way. I also really love that they named it after Myron Avery. I am planning on hiking a little bit of the A.T. around Mount Rogers in the next few months, maybe I'll take a bottle of Myron's Walk with me to celebrate the trip. Cheers America.
Referenced from Sierra Nevada.
This 12 pack was purchased from Lewisburg Spirits and Wine, 3272 Jefferson St. North, Lewisburg, WV 24901.