sawyerpc15 (115) - Bowser, British Columbia, CANADA - JUN 22, 2017 gilvanblight (825) - Windsor, Ontario, - MAR 29, 2014
3.2 AROMA 6/10 APPEARANCE 3/5 TASTE 7/10 PALATE 2/5 OVERALL 14/20
Double Trouble Brewing Fire In The Rye
This was recommended for my wife, who is into bitter high IBU pale ales, by a co-worker. Shr dug it but this is my review. I am noy a fan of biyter beers. We shall see.
Hazy orange rusty pour. Uber head. Super uber head. Foamy and thick. I think I could sculpt something with this head. Scent is that typical IPA scent. Grapefruit and hops.
Interesting. It’s bitter but not in the usual way. Still not a big fan vbut it’s better than most pale ales.
Really enjoyed this Pale Ale that was very hoppy and had an IBU of 60. The colour was dark and the flavour did not overpower the smoothness. pintbypint (3584) - Edmonton, Alberta, CANADA - JUN 14, 2017
473ml can. Hazy deep orange, full creamy beige cap. Aromas of rye, toast, caramel, spice. Flavour is toasty with rye, caramel, spice and bitterness. A nice rye pale ale. reebtogi (6246) - Edmonton, Alberta, CANADA - JUN 13, 2017
473ml can pours a copper colour with a finger of white head that leaves some spotted lacing on the glass. Aroma is spicy grains with some caramel and citrus notes. Taste is a citrus hop and spicy grain bitterness with a light caramel malty sweetness. Light to medium bodied with good carbonation. Overall, a tasty and balanced brew. Very good. Recommended. omhper (24980) - Tyresö, SWEDEN - MAR 16, 2017
Canned, from LCBO, Ottawa. Clear copper colour, mid sized head. Husky fruity nose. Mid sweet with medium body and clean, rounded mouthfeel. Husky and somewhat peppery. Astringent with restrained hop aromas. Resiny bitter finish. mikkopen (1156) - Guelph, Ontario, CANADA - MAR 11, 2017
473 ml can. Hazy brownish coppery colour, thick off-white head, nice lacing. Malty aroma with resiny hops, and fruity and caramel notes. The flavour is sweetish malty, with fruity notes, and a lingering dryish bitter finish of rye and spicy hops. Tasty.
Itzjerm (2811) - Taft, Tennessee, USA - FEB 22, 2017
Fruitiness from yeast probably was to warm during fermentation. Nice head. Aroma is yeast as well. Hop bite at end. I actually had an allergic reaction to this beer. Crockett (1117) - Southampton, Ontario, CANADA - OCT 29, 2016
Pours a hazed ruddy brown/red with a soft thick creamy head. Good retention and lacing. Sweet nose of spicy rye-grass apple, brown sugar, and toasted bread. Good mouthfeel. Lots of peppery rye flavour. Spicy and sweet. Body is medium low, with prickly carbonation. Nutty roast caramel. Traces of metallics, wood, earth, and very faint cocoa. Big cereal backbone, and the medicinal herbal hops play well with the rye. I think the bitterness is overstated, or at the very best balanced with the malt. Finish is filled with mint, which offers a little bit of an unexpected strange chest cooling sensation... because there’s no mint in the flavouring. More people should be playing with rye-beers. They’re always interesting. markas101 (2435) - Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA - OCT 5, 2016
Can, Ann Arbor, Mi via Mulmur. Amber gold. Slight haze. Caramel pine aroma. Thick, sweet, nutty with an apple resin finish. plaugher (475) - Nova Scotia, CANADA - JUL 18, 2016
471ml can. Pours a clear copper with foamy white head, reducing to slight white ring leaving some moderate lace. Nose of caramel, roasted malts, piney notes; slightly sweet flavour, a bit resinous. Only ok. teamrunkle (381) - Nova Scotia, CANADA - JUL 3, 2016
Lots of head, a little cloudy. From a can. Sharp rye flavor. Just ok, nothing special.