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gkeh (486) - Texas, USA - DEC 27, 2013
Fairly enjoyable. It had enough hops to let you know you’re drinking a pale ale, but doesn’t hit you upside the head with it. Didn’t really wow me in any specific area, but I’d drink it again if there were few other options.
Here’s what it looked like: http://teamchug.com/denver-pale-al
Bottled on Nov 8, 2013 had it on Dec 27. Pours a copper color. Nice head. Smells of sweet, bready malts. Taste is mild sweetness and mild bitterness. Bitter finish. A good ale! MetalNHopHead (2223) - Lincoln, Nebraska, USA - DEC 27, 2013
UPDATED: MAY 14, 2014 DPA packs quite a punch with its hops. They’re apparent from start to finish but their final impression is the most powerful. That bitter, long finish leaves quite the calling card. It also leaves you wanting more. DPA is a great pale ale from a reputable brewery. DrunkSanta410 (979) - Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA - DEC 25, 2013
Bottle to glass. Pours a copper color with medium white head. Nutty aroma blended with light malt and hops. Taste is smooth with caramel, spice and light hops. Interesting blend. Slight lacing of the glass as you drink. Well carbonated. Good beer overall, but not your typical pale ale. EtTuCthulhu (1391) - Columbia, Missouri, USA - DEC 25, 2013
The color of this beer is dark orange with a medium white head, and the aroma blends caramel and nutty malts with some herbal hops. The taste is extremely interesting and unique due to the balance on the tongue between the slight sourness and sweetness with the mild bitterness that comes from the hops, but this flavor subsides quickly into the nutty finish, all of which is complemented by the soft carbonation, medium body, and slick texture.
harrymel (1551) - Spokane, Washington, USA - DEC 16, 2013
Bottled 01FEB12 Nate (4296) - Indiana, Pennsylvania, USA - DEC 16, 2013
Pours amber with a finger of whipped creamy foam. This falls to a quilt of the same. Some pine, citrus and a hint of body odor on the nose, nothing remarkable. Taste is malty with a dominant english and oxidized character. Medium body with moderate carb. Decent for drinking, nothing to send home about.
Serving type: bottle
On tap at 3R6P. Not much of an aroma to this, with just a little bit of hop character. Medium amber with light haze, toped with thin white creamy lacing head. Medium body with heavy carbonation. Starts with light sweetness and carbonic acidity. Nice hop profile with decent hop flavor and bitterness throughout. Dry medium bitter finish with beany hop after. ajtrupp (340) - Broomfield, Colorado, USA - DEC 1, 2013
There really isn't much to it. No hops, little malts. Least favorite of the Grest Divide line.
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This English style ale is similar to most IPA ales in terms of its hop dominance. However, the golden color and nice head speak of the fine malt flavoring, which is nicely balanced with the hops. It leaves a refreshing taste on the palate, with just a shade of cloyness. firemarshal (206) - North Carolina, USA - NOV 26, 2013
Bottle into shaker. An enormous amount of head. Took over 15 minutes to pour the entire beer in the glass and still retained tons of carbonation. I think something is amiss here. Anyhow, orange cloudy color and did I mention tons of carbonation? Sweet aromas, citrus, honey, light spices. Taste is bitter and metallic and the palate is so saturated with carbonation, it’s hard to tell anything else. It’s like drinking alka-seltzer. Maybe I got a bad one. Bottled on Jun 03, 2013.