|Triple Lindy at Old Ox Brewery|
What sells the Triple Lindy is its creamy base. The hops are good for the short term, but the base is what is selling this beer. It holds the Triple Lindy together no matter what you may have with it. (If the spicy chicken sandwich didn't put it through it paces, nothing will!) It comes with a nice light semi-transparent color and a good head, but it is the taste of the cream base that holds its place. Definitely a beer you can sip or hit hard.
Old Ox Brewery is a family owned and operated brewery. They put out beers that really hold their own. They produce a total of ten beers according to their menu and these are spread across seasonal, core, and experimental.
The Triple Lindy is a one-off beer. It is not listed in Old Ox's list of seasonal, core or experimental beers, but I think a nice worded note might see it return. It does not have an ABV or IBU numbers.
Though the Triple Lindy is no longer on offer (it sold out that night!), many of the Old Ox beers are excellent for drinking. Start with Alpha Ox and work your way down - you won't be disappointed!