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Great fall /winter beer
A good beer that can be found in abundance.
Beautiful amber color good sweet on the nose.smooth creamy taste great Had it at a beer tasting paired with a mushroom Brie cheese soup
Fat Tire is a really good and slightly hoppy go to ale. Bonus that you can get it at Kroger now
Decent ale from New Belgium. I found it out west years ago and it's finely in wider distribution.
5.2% ABV. 18.5 IBU. Malts: Pale, C-80, Munich, Victory. Hops: Willamette, Goldings, Target. Label printed "best before" date: 09Feb14. Opened: 08Dec13. 12 oz. bottle poured into a shaker pint glass. Poured a clear, bubbly amber with orange-copper highlights. A frothy, lightly-cratered, 1-finger, off-white head settled to a skinny, well-retained cap. Left repeated rings of lacing. Nose of apples, biscuits, caramel and some floral spiciness. Taste of toasted malts, faint, grainy caramel and a bit of nuttiness. Hops serve for balance. Light-medium body, spritzy mouthfeel. Refreshing, easy-drinking beer.
Good Amber, a little more hoppy than I expected.
Oh wonderful session
Very drinkable ale with interesting and complex flavor profile. Toasted malt that hits your pallet in close synchrony with the hoppy bitterness. The aroma is soft and floral, eminating from a thick frothy head. Overall, very nice experience.
Similar to yuengling but more bitter
Refreshing ale, great color that pairs well with the taste
One of my favorites. Smooth, well balanced and just the right flavor. Now if they shipped east it would be perfect!
All about balance with this beauty. A malty sweetness at first taste, followed by a mild hop flavor. Great aromas and color. Definitely a drinkable 4/5 brew
Aromatic, yet light enough to enjoy with a meal. Delicious.
Light but has a rich taste. Really tasty.
one of many great beers from this company hands down one of the best company's for beer out there right now
Perfect with Texas style BBQ.
Crisp and hopsy. Hands down, the best on the market.