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RATINGS: 164   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.67/5   SEASONAL: Special   EST. CALORIES: 210   ABV: 7%
Cascade Blackberry Ale spends over 6 months of lactic fermentaion and aging in small oak barrels. This "Belgian Flanders Style Red Ale" is refermented with fresh whole Northwest Blackberries and then hand bottled. Cascade Blackberry Ale is bottle fermented and should be refrigerated or stored at cellar temp and served at 45-50 degrees.

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chibuck (3521) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - SEP 10, 2011
bottle... dark purple with a bit brown to it, a big light tan head, a bit of purple tint, good retention... it smells like a fresh, blackberry thick and sticky not sweet, a bit tart... the taste is a bit too light, wish there was more flavor there, not very tart but a new fruit sensation... try this

madmitch76 (25568) - , Essex, ENGLAND - JUN 7, 2011
24th June 2009
Cloudy purple - brown beer. Dry palate. Sharp and sour with a very dry finish. Not my favourite style but this is quite drinkable. No lemon acid and a decent amount of blackberry fruit coming through. Quite minerally in the finish.

brokensail (16645) - Dublin, California, USA - APR 24, 2011
A: The pour is a murky dark amber color with a short lived pinkish head. S: Definitely a nice blackberry aroma. There is a moderate level of tartness and a touch of oak. Moderately sweet berries and malt aroma and some chocolate oxidation. Just a hint of vinegar is present. T: Nice lactic tartness with hints of vinegar. Surprising amounts of blackberry flavor still present. Some dark caramel malts and a noticeable oxidation. Despite that, it still tastes pretty good. M: Medium in body with a moderate level of carbonation. O: While still good, I prefer the Apricot, which is just one of my favorites.

JoeinDahlem (1597) - Berlin, GERMANY - MAR 11, 2011
Dry and tart and full of blackberry fruit. Doesn’t put a foot wrong and might be the perfect aperitif. Very impressive.

cpetrone84 (1810) - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA - MAR 10, 2011
A-pours a dark cloudy brown, very murky and dirty with a thick light brown head that has huge retention. S-the nose has a plethora of black berries, there is little to no sourness to this but something in the back is slightly sharp, either acidity or a tinge of metal. T-the taste has a hint more complexity but is also a little bit more watery than the nose. there is a fair bit of berry with a decent amount of tartness to it. dark malts are there as well showing notes of chocolate and a touch of raisin. the finish is slightly messy and a little watery with notes of acidity. M-lighter body with tons of carbonation and very grainy prickly feel. the finish is thin and watery falling off from the body with a hint of driness. D-this has a fair bit of malt to it and for a fruit sour it seems a little off. the tartness and dry finish seem pretty solid but the flavors are slightly off.

daknole (11402) - Scottsdale, Arizona, USA - JAN 13, 2011
Reddish/brown pour with a big beige head. Aroma has mostly a woody vinegar note with light berry presence. Flavor is tart, very carbonated, oaky and finishes with a very slight berry/cherry note. Good, not amazing.

oh6gdx (26485) - Vasa, FINLAND - DEC 28, 2010
Bottled (thanks after4ever). Quite much close to black colour, big brown head. Aroma is sour and wooden along with some mild berryish hints. Flavour is berries, sour wooden notes as well as some mild acidicness. Very pleasant sour ale.

mto (99) - helsinki, FINLAND - DEC 28, 2010
(bottled and shared with oh6gdx) brown, almost black colour with long lasting head. blackberry (not phone) on nose, you can smell the sourness. tastes very sour and fruity

MrChopin (4305) - Baltimore, Maryland, USA - DEC 20, 2010
Dark plum color, plump pink head. Nose is heavy blackberry, light citrus, oaky, and dusty malt, bit of cookie and licorice. Flavor is similar, more malt sweetness and blackberry, thin lagerish body, bit of milky finish.

italarican (1606) - Indiana, Pennsylvania, USA - NOV 9, 2010
Bottle at Where the Wild Beers are, courtesy of Jay. Purplish tan pour. Aroma has dark, tart features of blackberry and some oak but is heavy on caramel. Flavor has that toffee/caramel sweetness in the front with a background of sharp lemon and cherry tartness. Funk and caramel in the finish. There’s a touch of artificial sweetness that I don’t like, but overall the sweet-tart balance is very good.

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