RATINGS: 377   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.34/5   IBU: 48   EST. CALORIES: 186   ABV: 6.2%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Ten Hills traces its story to Elk Mountain Farms in Idaho, famous for growing hops of exceptional quality and character. With hops from the "first ten hills" grown for Goose Island at Elk Mountain, we crafted a pale ale that delivers both a herbal and citrus hop character. We hope you’ll find the intriguing balance of flavors in this beer to be truly unparalleled. Cheers!

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3.1
Jabah (497) - Winter Park, Florida, USA - MAY 23, 2015
I’m still on the fence with this one. Started to like it more with each sample, but then it regressed on me. Balance is off or something...and for the style it’s slightly sub-par. I try to put it more in the English Pale Ale category, which seems to better fit the profile vs. APA. Has a good clean hop finish, so maybe the malt-yeast combo isn’t working for me. Has potential, but there are way better ones out there.

3.5
cpetrone84 (1810) - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA - MAY 22, 2015
Pour is transparent copper with lots of tight light dusty brown head. Nose is fairly hoppy with hop resin, pine and citrus. Fair bit of malt in the nose, caramel and sticky. Taste is similar, sticky sugary caramel malt with hops behind, resiny and sticky with some citrus through the finish and a light bitterness. Body is a hint syrupy with assertive carbonation and a fairly dry finish.

3.5
Mulegolf (2) - Slayton, Minnesota, USA - MAY 20, 2015 does not count
I got this beer in a sampler case at a Costco. The aroma was good , You could definitely smell the hint of pine. The color was an orangish amber with an off white head. The taste had a piney flavor with a citrus and malt added in. The palate was good and I enjoyed the beer both while grilling brats and while eating the brats. I seem to like the piney tasting beers more in the warm weather than when it’s cooler.

3.2
Leighton (21299) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - MAY 16, 2015
Bottle at the Holiday Inn Express - Geneva, NY. Pours totally clear copper-gold with a foamy white head. The nose holds leafy hops, caramel, bread and pine. Medium sweet flavor with notes of graham crackers, toasty bread, oily pine. Medium bodied with average carbonation. Lightly resinous on the finish, some faded and leafy hops, more caramel. So so.

3.6
DMLINAZ (332) - Mesa, Arizona, USA - MAY 16, 2015
Tasty, well-balanced pale ale. Caramel malts at the front, with a mild hop bitterness underneath. Nice, standard pale ale aroma. Caramel colored, with soapy head.

3.3
TheHopster (1111) - Netcong, New Jersey, USA - MAY 12, 2015
(bottle) One of Mark’s picks for the 25th anniversary dinner. A decent APA to begin the session.

3.4
blankboy (7699) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - MAY 5, 2015
[Bottle (12oz)] Pours a deep amber-gold with an average size semi-lasting frothy off-white head. Good amount of lacing. Aroma is sweet and fruity, more Barley Wine-ish then Pale Ale -- odd. Sweet fruity flavour along with some light hops -- again, not like a Pale Ale. Medium bodied. Not on style but decent enough to drink.

3.6
JaBier (7973) - Capital City, Ohio, USA - MAY 3, 2015
Bottle purchased as part of a mixed sixer at Kroger Stoneridge. Clear amber pour with a thick beige head. Aroma of malt, grassy hop and pine. Malty and citrusy flavor with sweet caramel before a grassy hop finish.

2.9
cubs (10636) - Fort Collins, Colorado, USA - MAY 3, 2015
Bottle @ home, picked up at Boulder Liquor Mart. Clear, rust orange appearance with a light brown head. Caramel, bitter herbal hops, some pine, grapefruit in the nose. Moderate high bitterness and sweetness. Tons of caramel and bland, piney hops. Not offensive but it is boring.

2.1
3fourths (9347) - Boulder, Colorado, USA - MAY 1, 2015
Bottle. Clear dull amber with a foamy white head. Stewed caramel malt worty aroma, hops come across as basic pine sap and maraschino cherry syrup. Medium-light body, flabby and syrupy and sweet, seemingly unfinished. Malt that tastes like extract syrup and vegemite (but that could be the autolyzed yeast). Sour, thin, raw bitter finish. Hoppy pale ale is so easy to make these days, which makes this 90’s-era goopy mess so much worse.


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