RATINGS: 51   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.83/5   IBU: 18   EST. CALORIES: 135   ABV: 4.5%
Cream Ale is a style that is is under-appreciated by most of the craft beer world, we want to change that. Lawn Ranger is session ale with a solid malt character from the US 2-row, Rye, and Flaked Oats. Rye and Oats are not typical ingredients for a cream ale but they allow us to keep the alcohol low and still provide a some body to the beer. We use a minimal blend of Apollo and Bravo hops to balance the malts and German Alt yeast. This is the one to drink during the Texas summers or when you want to have more than a couple.

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TXBadger (2811) - Dallas, Texas, USA - MAY 26, 2014
Pours a golden color with white head. Cereal grain, bread, and some earth on the nose; follows onto the palate. Light bodied.

stationX (4) - - APR 26, 2014 does not count
Cedar Creek. Apollo and Bravo. It works. They dialed it down from the EPH, and it’s a great beer at a great price.

Beergeek23322 (2602) - Chester, Virginia, USA - MAR 28, 2014
3/28/2014. 16 oz. can. Pours pale yellow with a thin white head. Citrusy and malty aromas with flavors of light fruit, grain and citrus. Not a while lot to it, but easy to drink on a warm day.

iLLa (3) - Lewisville, Texas, USA - FEB 16, 2014 does not count
Light, tastes a lil watered down, super small hint of hops and citrus. Tasts a lil flat anf not sharp

JHillAustin49 (69) - round rock, Texas, USA - NOV 19, 2013
Aroma of malt, light yeast and citrus. Taste similar to smell with a bit more presence from the citrus. Pours light golden, light haze with a good amount of carbonation. Thin white head. Cream taste and finish with a bit of bitter on the back end.

5000 (6862) - Hardened Liver, Washington, USA - NOV 14, 2013
Can:   Yellow hued straw, pale haze, light carbonation, small frothy white head, little lacing.   Oats on the nose, subtle rye, a little sweaty.   Brighter on the tongue than the nose suggested.   Pale straw, semi-sweet, oats, sweet grass.   Expected it to be mealy but its not.   Body and mouthfeel are moderate.   Feels spritzy as well.   Soft dough and bready finish, oats, very mild oat like sweetness.   Decent.   Expected it to be a bit more mealy/bready for a cream ale, but actually thankful its not.   Thanks Bill!

Headbanger (3992) - Aurora, Illinois, USA - NOV 6, 2013
16oz can 11/6/13 (Whole Foods-Lamar) Pours a murky orangish amber with no head. Aroma of citrus. Taste of citrus. This light bodied New is moot what I was expecting nut still rather tasty.

Dogbrick (12936) - Columbus, Ohio, USA - OCT 17, 2013
Pours a slightly hazy pale yellow-gold color with a thin creamy white head that diminishes quickly to a film. Spotty lacing on the glass. Aroma of bready malt and hops. Light-bodied with flavors of biscuit malt and mild grassy hops. The finish grainy with a mild hoppy aftertaste. Average overall.

mmmbeer (1418) - Austin, Texas, USA - OCT 11, 2013
16 oz. can poured in shaker- poured mostly transparent with a hint of murkiness dulled yellow color, medium carbonation, 2 finger head bubbly head quickly disappeared within a matter of two minutes. Aroma of musky wheat and dirt. Hits the mouth with light medium body, malt is drowned in the texture of a crude creamy sweetness, middle holds up well, finish has an odd bread like consistancy. Not impressed lately, and this brew doesn’t help with the attitude.

BigHoss (171) - Fort Worth, Texas, USA - AUG 18, 2013
From a can, pours a yellow color with a foamy white head that dissipates quickly. I smell malt, some yeast and light citrus. I taste a smooth creamy light citrus and grains. Very refreshing. Not bad at all:)

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