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RATINGS: 414   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.42/5   IBU: 42   EST. CALORIES: 195   ABV: 6.5%
Pure Milwaukee Genius Series 3: Inspired by the energy and audacity of the Fearless Fixed Gear Courier, Lakefront ran smack into this arresting creation. It’s RED, it’s BOLD and it tastes DAMN GOOD. We could go on and on about it, but the fact is, you have one in your hand right now, so crack it open yourself. This one’s got an ATTITUDE.

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   AROMA 8/10   APPEARANCE 5/5   TASTE 8/10   PALATE 4/5   OVERALL 17/20
BB1950 (10) - - NOV 24, 2012
great red ale, I have had a few reds in the past and really enjoyed them, but the good ones seem hard to find. Fixed gear as an Imperial red is really the cats meow, as it is brings both all the great peices of a red ale into an imperial style

Ronritter (733) - Blaine, Minnesota, USA - JUN 24, 2017
12oz bottle burnt orange color with white head aroma is slight citrus and pine taste is sweet citrus with light bitter finish

randy1969 (46) - Marengo, Illinois, USA - MAR 31, 2017
Pours reddish brown with white head. Nose is caramel and taste has some hop bitterness. Some spice and dryness in the aftertaste.

Dandm (125) - AUSTRALIA - MAR 30, 2017
Bottle at Town and Country in Sydney. Hazy copper pour. More Amber than IPA with sticky sweet honey and roasted flavours coming through. Some bitterness and citrus in the finish. Pleasant but not an IPA.

akoeninger (755) - Wisconsin, USA - MAR 19, 2017
Copper ale. Malty, herbal hops. Smooth, caramel malt and some hop bite. Medium body

Cantabrian (1131) - Christchurch, NEW ZEALAND - FEB 3, 2017
Amber ale? This "IPA" was served to me in an Atlanta steakhouse as a local brew. Copper-coloured, resinous, pine needles and grapefruit, dried apricots and a touch of caramel. Maybe a double IPA even, but nit an amber ale, neither a Georgia local brew.

Aggiebob (1134) - Huntsville, Alabama, USA - JAN 23, 2017
Bottle. Amber in color with a beige head. The Hoppy aroma has notes of pine and citrus. For an IPA it was mildly bitter.

FunkyF (1197) - Örebro, SWEDEN - DEC 17, 2016
Flaska på Thunder Bay Grille Pewaukee. Dimmigt rödbrun med beige skum. Lätt fruktig doft. Något klen maltbas med beska som slår igenom.

StoutBeerReviews (153) - Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA - DEC 12, 2016
tastes like a mild ipa but with a darker color. It has a good bit of malt and a nice creamy mouthfeel too. Never had a red IPA before, so its got a weird appeal to it.

Tezminator (239) - AUSTRALIA - OCT 31, 2016
Nice aroma of caramel and pine resin. Beautiful reddish copper colour. Nice head. Bold taste of caramel and spruce as well as weak grass and toasted ... something. Bitter finish from the hops and a proper alcohol kick in the taste as well. One of the better beers I have had recently. Another excellent IPA from the USA. Nice work.

ALLOVATE (3015) - Perth, AUSTRALIA - OCT 9, 2016
Ruddy, slightly misted copper body with a dollop of off-white cream on top that is mostly lasting. A hint of rich melanoidens on the nose give it an Anzac biscuit edge, otherwise there is a breath of roasted almonds, sticky marmalade, guava, abrasive hops and dried, mown grass. Chewy, biscuity and roasted, nutty malts dominate the palate but are softened by bitter, lastingly bitter, hops. Herbal and grassy, sharp with a touch of camphor and sappy resin. Lightly floral, earthy linger. Good body but actually light in the stomach so as to not weigh one down. Alcohol is there but melds in to lift the malt and hops. Leans towards the drier side overall which gets ticks from me. A likeable brew!!! (12fl.Oz, 6.8% ABV, BB 26/01/17, 1st Choice Liquor, Willetton)

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