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Very drinkable beer. Not quite what I expected.
When in doubt, Fat Tire is a great go to beer.
Was on my recommended list. Above average amber. Recommended
Very malty, you can smell in the aroma how malty it is. Bitter aftertaste. Very light and drinkable, but not my favorite because of the bitterness.
An old favorite. Not for me right now, but still good.
A: Nice, light amber color.
S: Very malty aroma with just a hint of hop happiness.
T: Malts dominate with a slight and pleasant bread flavor.
M: Surprisingly light and refreshing for being so malty.
O: While I really enjoy more hoppy brews NB still ranks as one of my “go to” selections.
i'll enjoy another if someone buys it for me. Too hoppy for my taste, a lingering aftertaste.
Clear amber ale with a full, creamy head. Bready, biscuit like aroma with a rich mouthfeel and clean finish. This is a session beer unlike most. Like drinking a biscuit. Delicious.
This is a solid beer but does not live up to the hype in my opinion. I do like the fact it is a micro/craft brew and it does deserve our support. it is good for occasional drinking and it is easy to drink a few, it just won't change your life.
Lackluster appearance. Absolutely flavorless. Has no zip. Smells and tastes like water. This will be my first and last encounter with this beer.
A beer that is satisfying every time.
Highly drinkable beer any time of the year.
pretty dang good
Not bad, but there are many that I like better. It is a drinkable beer with a name that is hard to forget.
A wonderful little amber ale.
For an ale, has a nice lager-like flavor. Refreshing, earthy and clean pallet...
Clear light caramel color with nice-sized lingering foam. Too much bitter aftertaste, however.
There isn't a thing wrong with this beer. Absolute satisfaction.