newogiarc (2) - Alabama, USA - FEB 4, 2011 does not count
This is a beautiful Red Ale with solid characteristics and a great taste.
Blue Pants is batting 1.000 with their Kickerbocker red and Pinstripe Stout.
Watch out for these guys because they have a formula that creates some of the best tasting brews I have tried. HsvBeer (1) - Alabama, USA - FEB 2, 2011 does not count
Has a slightly sweet and hoppy aroma. The color is a brownish red and not totally clear due to its keg conditioning. Upfront is a strong matly flavor followed by a slight bitterness towards the end but overall well balanced. The mouth feel is what I love about this beer it’s not to light or to heavy, very easy to drink. This is a great beer to drink but just remember it is 7% because it hides it well! krjr6389 (1) - madison, Alabama, USA - FEB 8, 2011 does not count
I tried this at Famous Joe’s Pizza in Madison. Was surprised at how cloudy the beer was and had my doubts about it because I usually don’t like heavy beers. I was very surprised that it was not heavy and it had a great taste. A slight hopsy aftertase but not overpowering. I’d definitely recommend it. drostj (113) - Huntsville, Alabama, USA - MAY 27, 2012
Keg pour at RC Brewfest. Dark, wine red appearance with a thick, solid head. Very rich aroma - malty with some floral and a bit of sweetness. Very full, rich flavor - strong malt with a lot of hops as well. Nice balance of bitterness and sweet. Great beer - I’ll be drinking more of it. brianallen (3) - Alabama, USA - OCT 4, 2010 does not count
The beer starts off with a sweet presentation to the nose and the initial taste has a good bit of maltiness. The flavors switches mid way through to a mellow hop bitterness that continues through the finish.
The beer is very drinkable, but the 7.0% ABV should prevent this beer from being a session beer for many.
The beer will find many fans as the overall taste is very good even with the overly sweet taste for the style of American Red Ale.
bleeng (1682) - Seattle still not near Beersel., Washington, USA - OCT 3, 2010
Served on draft at The Nook in Huntsville AL-inargural tasting of the beer. The brewer said this is high octane red. Color was dark brown and hazy, with a nice white thick head. Nice malty nose with just a hint of hoppiness. Taste comes off as very malty and smooth, with a nice crisp hop profile that backs up the maltiness. Somewhat astringent and bitter, yet drinks very smoothly. Good first effort from the newest brewery in Huntsville. Malaclemys (464) - Birmingham, Alabama, USA - FEB 11, 2014
Taproom, pours reddish brown with white head. Aroma of resin, citrus, caramel, nut. Taset is resin citrus, nut, and caramel. Light body with a sweet finish that fades to bitter. Very good. BeerHawk (1810) - Huntsville, Alabama, USA - APR 8, 2011
Draft @ the Nook. Hazy brown in the glass with a creamy off-white head, that left some lasting and good lace. Nice chocolate aroma with a hint of a nut undertone. The chocolate flavor with a backing of light roast, nut, and hop. Medium body, smooth, malty aftertaste. MmmcKay (1052) - Brentwood, Tennessee, USA - APR 10, 2013
Not bad for an amber ale. I like that it’s amped up a bit in terms of malt complexity and hops. Not super bitter but this is definitely breaking into hoppy territory. There’s a nice bit of spiciness to go along with the caramel maltiness. No tart or sour red malt flavors that I don’t want in a red unless I’m drinking something flemish or barrel aged. Good brew. I hear the recipe has changed a bit over the years so worth trying again if you haven’t had it in a awhile. aracauna (3605) - Georgia, USA - JUN 14, 2016
Nicely nutty red ale with slightly aggressive hopping. Better the more I drink it.