Yet another version of Anchor OSA, this time from 2004.
Like all the other versions, it pours opaque brown with a thin tan head. More pine in the nose for this version and a touch more of that sweet spice.
There's still lots of pine in the mouth and some clove and nutmeg spice as well. Sweet dark malt and a sticky and resiny finish and aftertaste. It's real good.
Of all the years sampled thus far, 2004 is holding up the best by far.