One of my favorite “expensive” beers. I first had this on tap when I visited my father in law in South Carolina. I’ve been a fan ever since.
A higher ABV (9.0), this isn’t a gulping beer. It’s almost mead, and works best in a pint or wine glass. It’s supposedly from a 2700 year old recipe from the tomb of King Midas (where it gets the name).
You can definitely taste the honey in it, and the muscat grapes also give it a champagne feel, too.
I give it a 4.5 out of 5.
Review Submitted By: Nicolas Webb