Gusler (2652) - Tucson, Arizona, USA - JAN 12, 2002
UPDATED: FEB 22, 2004 Re-Rate 01/12/02: Pours a nice deep amber color, the head beige and moderate, the lace adequate. Nose is malt, but has hints of the English hops. Starts a bit sweet, the middle thinner than I like, the finish is hop spicy and pleasant. Normally have the draught version as with the 'Kilt Lifter', but both are drinkable and not over powering, which make them a likeable beer for most drinkers. Vballnbeer (158) - Gorham, Maine, USA - JUL 5, 2013
This is my favorite Four Peaks beer, especially when it in a cask. The brew houses rotate casks weekly, so you never know what they will have. 8th Street is a really nice, full bodied beer with a hoppy finish and great color and aroma. They would sell a lot of this in a more hoppy region of the country, but not as much in AZ. phillybass (117) - Pennsylvania, USA - JUL 18, 2014
A damn solid easy drinking pale ale. Just enough hops and malt. A good choice for the summer.
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Don’t know why the low scores, this is a great American style pale ale, great hop aroma crystal clear orange color with great mouthfeel and carbonation. Some malts balanced nicely with hops. bitter (1136) - Henderson, Nevada, USA - FEB 2, 2004
on tap at brewpub scottsdale: I enjoy this type of beer...this one wasnt your typical pale ale, hoppy character through and through nose and good control of overall bitterness, not too much, with a suttle malt overtone as the aftertaste...it took a while (half a pint) until i started tasting the malt. nice effort. easy to drink. nice brewpub. chicken fingers are excellent!
mikedR (1561) - Gilbert, Arizona, USA - FEB 24, 2014
Not a bad beer. Inoffensive. Wouldn't mind it being more "slippery" per the style. But available widely and good.
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Light orange hoppy nose. Light flavor with excellent bitterness. Clear finish defiantly west coast style.