RATINGS: 107   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.21/5   SEASONAL: Series   IBU: 40   EST. CALORIES: 156   ABV: 5.2%
We’re celebrating three decades of craft brewing in Oregon the only way we know how, by brewing three distinctive beers. This dry-hopped pale showcasing crystal hops is beer #1 in our series - made to honor the hop revolution that ignited the craft brewing movement thirty years ago.

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   AROMA 6/10   APPEARANCE 4/5   TASTE 5/10   PALATE 3/5   OVERALL 14/20
ericwill99 (86) - Texas, USA - JUN 7, 2014
Easy drinking cloudy beer. This tastes quite rich, but not very hoppy. I think it will be quite filling.

altonbrownd (5897) - Chevy Chase, Maryland, USA - OCT 1, 2016
[25/12/2015] Bottle from Portland supermarket. Hazy golden body with medium head. Nose is floral, skunky, fruits. Taste of hops, spices, some caramel. Hops throughout. Nice floral kick to it.

SirLimpsalot (4288) - SWEDEN - MAR 11, 2016
@ Bridgeport brewpub 16-3-10: småhumlig och små toner av kryddor. Ganska lätt och lagom med toner av klor.

gyllenbock (9328) - Stockholm, SWEDEN - MAR 10, 2016
On tap at the Brewpub. A bit hazy golden with a white head. Fresh with hops, apricot and light malt. Kind of easy to drink.

BillKismet (4076) - Seattle, Washington, USA - FEB 19, 2016
This one was called "Conviction Pale Ale" at the BridgePort brewery. Golden body topped by a thin, stretched-out head. Light, catty aroma. Medium-bodied mouthfeel with catty hops throughout. A bit parching. Quite monotone.

ads135 (4731) - Omaha, Nebraska, USA - JAN 16, 2016
A pretty solid IPA, though its a bit weak in the mouthfeel and aftertaste. The hops up front are crisp and sweet.

DenverLogan (1228) - Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - JAN 9, 2016
From a 12 oz bottle...different label and name: Conviction Pale Ale Trilogy 1. Pours semi cloudy gold with head and lace in a North Coast chalice. Aroma of mango juice and grains. Significant carbonation and mouthfeel. Flavors of straw hops, grains, light malts, bitter herbs, hay. Overall some bold flavors of bitter hops and seemingly herbs that’s decent. Amazing mango hop aroma.

BVery (10609) - Plymouth, Minnesota, USA - NOV 10, 2015
Tap at the brewpub. Slightly hazy golden yellow pour with a dense coating white head. Soft grain nose. Dry to the taste. Soft light palate. A bit bready.

sawbuck (744) - Round Lake, Illinois, USA - OCT 25, 2015
Piney hop aroma. Deep yellow color, white head. Slightly sweetness up front. Very citrusy. Lemon, orange and some piney hops. Bitterness is sharp at first then fades. Slightly watery mouth feel. Meh.

Bill Becker (1067) - Casper, Wyoming, USA - SEP 6, 2015
Pours a lightly hazy orange-gold, big head of foam(served near room temp), nice sticky lacing. Very aromatic, lots of citrus fruits in the nose that hint at a certain level of bitterness but some kind of sweet note or 2 also peeks through. The citrus is there for sure in the taste. I get oranges and lemon peel with grapefruit playing a lesser role. The malt comes across as semi sweet with more of a bready character. Pretty good balance here. Medium bodied with lightish carbonation...nice mouthfeel. a darn good APA here from Oregon’s oldest craft brewery.

degbert (1774) - Austin, Texas, USA - AUG 22, 2015
Bottle. Pours a deep gold with a high, white, fine-grained, lacy, sticky head. Nose is citrus, sage, rosemary, funk, and lavender. Some tangerine sweetness up front, then strong herbal bitterness kicking in; holds together quite nicely with an elegant balance. The mouthfeel is very rich and soft, but still has sufficient crispness to keep it sharp. The finish echoes the sweetness and bitterness in equal parts. I’m impressed.

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