Minimalism. I like this sort of labeling. It's all I really need to know. Even if the Skeleton Park thing seems to be some sort of out of season Halloween branding. It's actually the name of a district here in Kingston with its own claim to a particular corner of our a rich history. They have an arts fest there every June, just a couple of blocks from the brewery.
Golden amber cloudy ale under a fine clingy whipped egg white foam. Wafts of orange juice and ginger aromas from the Frankenhops these kids are brewing with these days. In the mouth, fruit cocktail. By which I mean the canned fruit cocktail of the 1970s dinner table. Lots of pear, a little cherry and a base of orange - all with a frame of weedy herbal bittering. By Stonch's law, it is not much different than a lime and lager. Not a barley sandwich. Yet, it's really attractive at this strength. Flavours that you see a lot a 7% or more but better suited in this more watery form. Lush. I like.