Admin on April 4, 2013 0 Comments Beer Info, Beer Reviews craft beer, craft beer club, El Cedro, Jester King, review I am a big fan of a sister beer from Jester King, The Wytchmaker Farmhouse Rye India Pale Ale, and only happened to pick up a bottle of El Cedro after finding the Wytchmaker out of stock at my local grocery store. I was pleasantly surprised. You can tell a lot of love was put into its making when you see its beautiful reddish hue as the beer settles in your glass. El Cedro is not your typical beer (no beer from Jester King is), and is successfully able to pull off providing the perfect balance of fruitiness with hoppiness. It is neither too fruity nor too hoppy for my taste. I would recommend this beer for anyone looking to try something new and is looking to get away from traditional ales or IPA’s. It’s definitely not a light beer; however, it’s refreshingly smooth and it will make a great addition to my beer rotation as we head into the summer. El Cedro is an 8.0% ABV farmhouse ale brewed by Jester King in the Texas Hill Country outside of Austin, Texas. Jester King describes it’s flavor by saying, “It combines tropical, fruity hop flavor and aroma with funky, barnyard yeast character and the unique flavor and aromatics of Spanish Cedar.” On a scale of Piss Poor (1) to Perfection in a Glass (10), I give it an 8. How do you rate El Cedro Hoppy Cedar-Aged Ale?