RATINGS: 177   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.03/5   SEASONAL: Spring   EST. CALORIES: 156   ABV: 5.2%
When the Winter is over, Spring is nature’s way of saying “hey, let’s party!” Spring Fling is how we welcome the warmer weather and spirits. Spring Fling Copper Ale strikes a perfect balance between the malty flavor of special German barley and the zesty spice of fresh American hops that results in a delicious, extremely easy to drink brew. The exquisite blend creates a harbinger of the new season with a delicate hop aroma which delivers a perfect pairing for your Spring Fever. Handcrafted from a unique blend of malts, Spring Fling Ale is a perfectly balanced copper ale that delivers a crisp and refreshing taste with subtle hints of nuts and honey. The arrival of Spring Fling means Winter has passed and Summer is right around the corner.

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   AROMA 5/10   APPEARANCE 3/5   TASTE 6/10   PALATE 3/5   OVERALL 14/20
PlainsDrifter (96) - Adelphi, Maryland, USA - JUN 3, 2012
Light golden, with white head. Thin and fizzy, very little malt flavor but nice hop spice - hint of citrus. Drinkable and decent but not strong on flavor and a little thin.

seymour (2123) - Maplewood, Missouri, USA - SEP 21, 2016
Sampled on draft at the 2016 Tanglefoot Brewfest, a deep orange amber colour with weak, off-white foam. Fairly true-to-style American hopped amber ale, but bland. Mushy malt, metallic, medium body, high carbonation. Flawed, boring.

thegreenrooster (4663) - St.louis, Missouri, USA - JUL 2, 2016
Pour is a clear copper with a large white head. Aroma is a nice bready malt with a bit of caramel and tobacco. Reminds me of a English ale so far. Flavor is a bt more sweet with a chewy caramel some old hops and a bit of vegetable aftertaste. This started off well but kind of went downhill with the flavor. This is a few months old so maybe more of the hops would show up if drank earlier in the year.

Clarkdvm (547) - Florida, USA - JUN 10, 2016
Draft at sq1 in St Pete, FL. Looks and smells good but flavor is lacking. Too grainy. Wasn’t sure what a copper ale would be, but must say it tastes metallic. Some odd sweetness mixed in

Bif (2416) - St. Charles, Missouri, USA - JUN 6, 2016
On tap. Pours a dark amber color with a nice head and some lacing. Aroma is on the mild side with citrus, malt sweetness and grain. Taste of citrus, some caramel sweetness and grain. Moderate bitterness and a fairly dry finish. Medium body, quite smooth with a clean feel.

rjplumer (1265) - Foxboro, Massachusetts, USA - MAY 24, 2016
Zesty floral hop aroma. Clear deep copper and amber body. Topped with a slightly off-white head. A bit of a bitter hop bite. Mild roasted malt taste. It’s a decent brew.

RobertDale (7049) - Lansing, Kansas, USA - MAY 24, 2016
Sample at Waldo Hopfest 2016. Comes golden red with a decent beige head. Aroma of malt and caramel. Taste is malt, caramel, and a bit of fruit. Decent.

Maxbier (1000) - Maryland, USA - MAY 3, 2016
Deep copper color with tan head. Light malty cracked corn aroma. Taste is slightly vegetal and sweet. Dry acetic finish with lingering bitter. Gets more palatable as it warms up.

closey22 (2132) - Mt. Laurel, New Jersey, USA - APR 16, 2016
Copper red Lacy beige head; aroma us hoppy; flava is hops blended with malt some caramel notes; feels medium foamy; finishes dry bitter grainy

N3lson1 (1010) - Long Valley, New Jersey, USA - APR 8, 2016
Drank at ACBF, pours a nice clear golden color, no noticeable aroma to speak of. A good brew threw and threw

BeerdedDave (2041) - Beckley, USA - MAR 28, 2016
copper color; hops and bready, toasted malt; nothing really exciting about it, a boring, bland, mediocre pale ale

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