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RATINGS: 19   MEAN: 3.41/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.33/5   EST. CALORIES: 135   ABV: 4.5%
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Pale Ale with blueberries. Collaboration beer between Dark Horse Brewing Co. and Slippery Slope(Chicago).

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3.6
alliance100 (1137) - Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA - JUN 15, 2014
Draft at Dark Horse - pours a medium copper . Huge fresh blueberry aromas and flavor . Super sessionable . Tasty. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone


3.1
SG111 (1781) - New York, USA - JUN 27, 2017
Tap at the source. Pours golden orange, white head. Aroma is blueberry, light golden ale notes, some citrus. Flavor is blueberry ale, golden ale notes, some light pils malt, light bitterness. As expected.

3.3
Tmoney99 (14376) - Cincinnati, Ohio, USA - JAN 22, 2017
Draft. Poured clear dark amber color with an average white frothy head that lasted with good lacing. Moderate berry balanced aroma. Medium body with a smooth texture and soft carbonation. Medium berry sweet flavor with a medium sweet finish of moderate duration. This is a good beer.

3.3
drsordr (2635) - Loveland, Ohio, USA - JAN 18, 2017
Draft to pint at Cappy’s pour light copper amber with thin ecru head. Nose blueberry, fruit, light floral. Taste big blueberry up front, light bitter, then grainy malt mid palate.

3.4
Sammy (12102) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - NOV 29, 2015
Dark horse tap takeover hopcat Detroit. Blueberry leads. Very nice. Medium yellow and light head.

3.2
koleminer20 (3470) - Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA - NOV 5, 2015
On draft at Captain Joe’s in Whitmore Lake on September 26 with Tara Dye. The pour is a cloudy amberish gold color with a thin film of white head and no lace. The aroma is incredibly wheaty. There is a little blueberry present and some big malts. I have just decided that I am not a fan of wheat-based fruit beers. Not my thing at all. The flavors are just as similar. There is a light blueberry on the front and a touch of hop that seems to be promising, and then the bottom falls out. The wheat seems to come back in and dominate. The malts flow right with it and it becomes a pretty heavy turn off. The mouth feel is light and thin with a light carbonation and a lingeringly sweet finish. I can’t help but wonder if the keg might be old, but regardless, this one just isn’t good.

3.2
FlandersNed (395) - , Indiana, USA - AUG 31, 2015
Tap. Clear golden tone. Very light on the blueberry and moderate hops. Medium body and carbonation.

3.7
SpongeRuiner (1114) - Michigan, USA - AUG 22, 2015
On tap at The Oak. A nice frosty copper look. A giant lumpy head. Intense looking. A malty biscuit aroma. A blueberry flavor with a malty flavor. Decent and drinkable.

3.5
deyholla (11505) - Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA - AUG 20, 2015
Sampled from the tap at GTMW 2015. Pours a hazy amber gold with an off-white head that dissipates slowly to the edges. Aroma has a nice rich blueberry note with sweet grains and bread backing. Flavor has a good amount of sweet grains with blueberry and a bit of bread backing.

3.5
merc7186 (3142) - North Tonawanda, New York, USA - JUL 11, 2015
Aroma : Wheat, Blueberry Appearance: Amber Hue, Passes Lots of Light, Thin White Head Ring, Mild Lacing Taste: Wheat, Tart Blueberry Mouthfeel: Decent Carbonation, Light to Medium Bodied, Mildly Drying

3.1
b3shine (8804) - Indiana, USA - FEB 21, 2015
Draft to taster at the brewpub. Looks solid; a mostly transparent golden orange with thin white lacing. Smells of blueberries and mild hops. Tastes like it smells with a fairly smooth medium-bodied mouthfeel. Not bad.


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