batneil (809) - California, USA - NOV 16, 2017
Pint at Black Shirt Brewery. Pours a cloudy red colour. Slight hoppy bitterness in the aftertaste. Tastes more like an ipa than a red ale, but still tasty. (K) Block (3288) - Indianapolis, Indiana, USA - NOV 12, 2017
Backlog entry. Good flavors, close to style, as expected without too many surprises. anders37 (28157) - Malmö, SWEDEN - NOV 5, 2017
Draft @ the brewery. Pours a hazy pale amber red color with a small off-white head. Has a fruity malty grassy grapefruit hoppy aroma with weak buttery hints. Fruity malty grainy grapefruit hoppy bitter flavor. Has a fruity malty grainy grassy grapefruit hoppy finish. MrTipple (7490) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - OCT 15, 2017
Resin, pine, candied orange, orange peel. Hazy, light brown, tiny, creamy, white head. Medium bitter. More resin, bitter orange, orange peel, grass, soft carbonation, medium bodied. Alright Red Ale. Keg at brewery, Denver. jredmond (8982) - New York, New York, USA - OCT 14, 2016
Draft at the brewery with Paul, Larry, Pete, Frank and MRO. Pours a light amber red body with thin white lacing. Mouthfeel is on the thinner side of medium bodied with notes of wheat, spice, light fruit and noticeable grain character.
djd07 (16554) - Houston, Texas, USA - OCT 6, 2016
On tap at the brewery. Pours a clear copper orange with small off white head that lasts. The aroma is rye and wheat. Medium body, bubblegum, wheat, light finish, decent. Skinnyviking (9859) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - OCT 6, 2016
Draught at the brewery. High creamy lasting off-white head. Clar dark amber red body. Sweet strawberries aroma. Mildly hopped fruity strawberries dominated flavor. Low carbonaton, short finish. GarrettB (1734) - San Diego, California, USA - SEP 23, 2016
September 5th, 2014 - Dad and I are cruising in the new hip and upcoming neighborhood budding near downtown, and close to our favorite (Epic) is Black Shirt’s operations. I step inside to sample their distinct take on serving beer to their customers, focusing on one elegant recipe and generating new and interesting variations, not unlike the design team behind the CareBears. I begin with the Colorado Red Ale, unsure if this is the Eve recipe. Red and mostly clear, it retains a mild haze, and a mottled head, with one or two titanic bubbles keeping down the rest. The aroma is clearly a member of the amber family, which brown sugar sweets and ripened fruit in there, but it has a tanginess and sourness that distinguishes the Colorado Red right away. The flavor is also additionally bitter, and thus attention grabbing. Rye and hops play off each other, rounding each other like dogs at play, each vying for my tongue’s attention in alternation. But these warm up. The beginning of the sip is cleaner, crisper and more neutral, like Perrier, only then yielding to an astringency that demands study. blutt59 (6646) - Dallas, Texas, USA - JUL 29, 2016
on tap at BS, red amber color, nice tan foam, malty caramel nose and flavor, some hops but mostly malt, these start to run together after awhile rdixon77 (3141) - Georgia, USA - JUN 5, 2016
Pretty red color. A solid malt body, caramel, some mild citrus hops. Not bad.