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A full flavored amber with a smooth finish, plus the 5.2% ABV makes it a great value.
nice rounded flavor with good balance between malty and hoppy. visually appealing with a translucent amber color, just like amber, and a 1/2 in. head. wish I can give it a higher rating but there are more "exciting" beers.
LOVE THIS BEER
Basically tastes like a fat tire! Enough said...
One of my all time favorites. Best if out of the tap, but not bad in a bottle either. Nice and hoppy. Pretty amber color. Easy to drink
Good beer and is great with hot wings
My first beer to try & really like!! Had some in the cans & it was even better than the bottle!!
very well balanced brew. smooth and sessionable. malty taste with a balancing amount of hops. diss not lean either way.
Recently distributed here in MI, the release was well anticipated and the tasting at our store was well attended. Overall, a sentimental beer more do than an outstanding one. Very drinkable, not very memorable.
An easy drink with a sourdough undertone.
A mainstay in my kegerator. Not sure why, this stuff keeps coming back on tap. It is so much better on draft then in a bottle. Excellent with dinner, nice warm day. got a great body, excellent flavor.
Copper with dense head and sourdough aroma, the bready flavor comes through most. An astringent quality keeps this beer average at best.
This was my introduction to New Belgium, and it did not disappoint. Smooth and refreshing with a carmel taste.
Zzzzz. Boring. I agree with the guy below me.
Honestly, I don't know what all the hub-bub is about. It was an amber ale with a little bit of a kick. I'm not much into amber ale admittedly but....meh. Next.
the taste doesn't leave you licking your lips. its a little earthy tasting. light aroma and nothing that really stands out too much.
Little head and moderate carbonation retention, the appearance of this beer is a dark caramel color topped with a white head. Aroma is sweet and nutty (hazelnut?), as well as the taste. But not overwhelming. Crisp, not much of a lingering afterwards which is a trait that I favor. Could drink 2 or 3 of these at a time.
Overrate, bitter, trash.
How can you enjoy this? I suppose it is just not my style.
Extremely Ale-y, extremely bitter. Tastes like old bologna mixed with dirt.
Right now my favorite session beer. Crisp, clean taste and wonderful Belgian aroma.