Ah, to be left with only the third best camera in the house. I hope the beer isn't third best. As you can guess, I doubt it will be. I like the idea of veracity and authenticity in ingredients. I prefer it to brewer as wizard or rock star or TV host. Hard to believe some might find brewer as TV to be a tad cheesy but there you have it. By contrast, in this case the brewery states "all Chatoe Rogue brews are all GYO Certified, First Growth, Appellation products made with hops and malt from our Department of Agriculture's Hopyard and Barley Bench." Wonderful idea.
The beer pours a light yellow pine and generates a fine white lacy froth, foam and rim. Light floral aromas. Bright lemon grassy acidity followed by twiggy bittering moving towards a lime hoppiness. Lighter bodied than I might have expected but welcome at that minor girth. The malt is there in a supporting role, quietly biscuity. I really like this beer. Zesty.
I find the BAers a little less excited than I am.