kermis (13494) - The Hague / Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS - OCT 13, 2013
Draft at a bar in Denver airport. Pours clear amber with an off white head. Aroma of malt, citrus, a little metallic. Flavour is light to moderate sweet and bitter. Light bodied with light carbonation. Just boring really. deyholla (11609) - Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA - SEP 28, 2013
On tap at the Denver airport. Pours a clear gold with an amber hue and a near what head that lasts throughout the beer. Aroma has notes of bread and grain with a hint of grassy hops. Flavor starts with a nice grass and sweet grain combination with a a hint of toffee. DiarmaidBHK (4924) - Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, USA - SEP 27, 2013
Draft at Boulder tap room DIA. Pours copper with a half inch of white foam. Not much on the nose. The malt has slight copper and nut notes. Finishes clean. Quaffable without being memorable. mansquito (6439) - Nueva York, New York, USA - SEP 22, 2013
Some bar in Denver: Pours amber with a quickly dissipating head from tap. Aroma is caramel malts, orange citrus, and flowery hops. Taste is somewhat sweet. Very much not bitter. Easy to chug and drink in large quantities. Not particularly exciting. Beergeek23322 (2602) - Chester, Virginia, USA - AUG 6, 2013
September 2010 from bottle. Amber color with caramel, nut and earthy aromas. Buttery sweet flavors with malt and light fruit.
SpringsLicker (3642) - Tennessee, USA - JUL 31, 2013
Clear amber body under a tall mostly white head.
Very light malt aroma.
Very light flavor that is slightly more sweet than bitter.
A bit of astringency in the finish. GarrettB (1602) - San Diego, California, USA - JUL 27, 2013
UPDATED: AUG 13, 2014 December 24th, 2012 - Amber Ales don’t always excite me, but they can be good accompaniment to food or parties. And the photo I took of this beer for my notebook says this is exactly the case. Christmas decorations crowd the background, filled with bodies and plates of food. So, maybe this was the ideal environment for the Copper. By itself I worry that it’s simply too anemic. A little nuttiness and cedar comes off in the smell, lighter than a full, caramel rich red ale, but still aromatic. But the flavor is on the weaker side, mirroring Fat Tire with a nutty, slightly dank flavor, and a thinner palate. Pair this with lighter foods or even appetizers, but if it’s Christmas time, there might be better ways to celebrate with something more generous with flavor and complexity (and intensity, should that be a better present for your tastes.)
December 30th, 2011 - After a long day of trekking around Boulder, soaking up beer and jotting down notes, a late dinner was very necessary. So, of course, we selected to eat some grub at Boulder Brewery, where I sat down for a mediocre burger, and another flight of brews. Beginning before the meal was a sample of Boulder Beer’s Singletrack Copper Ale, a simple, parsimonious, and somewhat boring amber ale. The smell is muted - a combination of a day’s worth of assaulting my senses, but also a low-key aroma. The palate is distinguished by a masking foaminess, and a general flavorless which does nothing for my appreciation of the beer or for the meal. jkwalking05 (4740) - Arlington, Texas, USA - JUN 6, 2013
Copper in color with an average off-white head. Aroma is of leaves, overripe oranges, dough. Taste is dough, nuts, leaves. travita (5006) - Dallas, Texas, USA - JUN 6, 2013
Bottle. The look is clear, thin white head, and copper in color. The smell is malt, caramel, sweet, grainy, and fruit. The taste is grain, sweet, weak, and blah. smaynard6000 (1167) - Apopka, Florida, USA - APR 20, 2013
on tap at O’Niell’s. Amber in color with spare rocky white head. Sparkling body. Aroma is mostly of caramel malt. Medium bodied with soft carbonation. Lightly sweet and moderately bitter, I found this to be fairly well balanced. Sharp and abrupt flavors draw attention to the characteristics of this beer. I enjoyed it.