Dos Perros exemplifies many of my favorite things about a brown ale: malty, not too hoppy, medium-bodied. It's a perfect compliment to some spicy BBQ wings. But I was surprised to find it served with a lime at the Brewhouse. I don't know whether it was there more for taste or to remind us of this beer's Mexican influence (it's brewed with a portion of flaked maize), but I prefer this beer sans lime. The acidity of the limes take away from the character of the brown ale, hiding that tasty caramel/chocolate malt flavor.
With or without the lime, Dos Perros is very drinkable and not too heavy. It's a good option for filling your growler and a great place to start sampling Yazoo's lineup of standard styles before moving on to some of their more adventurous varieties.