bhensonb (15079) - Woodland, California, USA - MAY 28, 2014
Can from the Canyon General Store in Yellowstone National Park. Pours amber with a large beige head. Aroma of mildly treacly malt with a little citrus. Med body. Flavor is mild treacle with a little hard to pin down hop. Last resort for those who want strong flavors. First resort for those who don’t. MadRobin (2987) - Silver Spring, Alabama, USA - FEB 17, 2014
Poured from 12 oz. can at the Geyser Grill at the Snow Lodge at Old Faithful in Yellowstone National Park, WY.
Clear, reddish dark amber, with a 2-finger khaki head and excellent lacing.
Aroma of pale malt and earthy citric hops.
Taste of toasted Vienna malt, pale malt and Cascade hops with earthy undertones. On the malty side for an amber ale, but the balance works very nicely.
Medium body and medium carbonation.
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On tap at the brewery. Nice amber color. Subtle flavor, could be stronger. Not bad
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Smooth and hoppy. Had off tap at fiddlers green in Billings, Mt. Full bodied and nicely balanced amber. My first beer in Montana as well...so it’s special. lhns03 (103) - Denver, Colorado, USA - OCT 14, 2013
Very refreshing amber with nice bicuity notes and light hop profile. Vienna malts are noticeable.
drsordr (2630) - Loveland, Ohio, USA - JUL 20, 2013
Can. Nose sweet malt and a hint of pine hop. Taste mostly biscuit malt. Decent bittering for an amber. msnelling09 (154) - Beverly, Massachusetts, USA - MAY 31, 2013
The beer pours a chill-hazed, orange amber color, siding more towards orange in my book. The beer pours with a yellowing head of bubbles that look like there the color of lightly buttered popcorn. The bubbles are medium sized and slowly fizzle away, leaving a sticky, bubbly ring of lacing on the sides of the glass. On the nose, the beer smells of clean and bready caramel with a touch of pine. The caramel is sweet and sticky on the nose, and is really pleasant, even hinting towards milk chocolate and buttered popcorn at times. On the tongue, the beer tastes crisply sweet with a touch of balancing bitter and a very faint hint of acid. In flavor, the beer tastes of candy sweet caramel, which smoothes into warm caramel bread with just a touch of pine to keep the beer far from being cloying. The finish is of sweet caramel bread and a touch more pine than was in the rest of the sip, and the aftertaste is a light and bready caramel that sweetens the sides of the mouth. This is very nice and simple tasting beer with not a lot of complexity, but a nice grasp of the flavors it wants to portray. In the mouth, the beer feels on the thick side of medium, just below heavy, with a light and sluggish carbonation that tickles the tongue after a second of sitting in the mouth. Overall, this is a pleasant and simple amber ale that is nice to knock back. It reminds me a lot of Baxter Brewing’s Amber Road. A perfect beer to sip as the days grow colder and fall clamps down. snoworsummer (5614) - baltimore, Maryland, USA - MAR 6, 2013
Can on the ski slope. Tastes too much like malt and corn. Has that cheap beer feel and aftertaste. sonnycheeba (5961) - Federal Hill, Baltimore, Maryland, USA - MAR 2, 2013
Can. Pours clear amber with thin, fizzy off-white head; short retention and spare lacing. Aroma is caramel and toasted malts, figs, dates, grassy and floral hops, light leather and light pine. Flavor is bready malts forward (mostly caramel and biscuit) with good supporting dark fruit esters and light grassy hops (light bitterness) with a touch of dry leather and bark at the finish; dry finish. Medium body and carbonation. beernovice39 (3270) - Idaho, USA - JAN 25, 2013
On tap. Dark amber with an off white top. Scent is pine and caramel. Taste follows with more pine than I am used too in an amber.