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RATINGS: 505   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.07/5   IBU: 28   EST. CALORIES: 150   ABV: 5%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Long Trail Ale is a full-bodied amber ale modeled after the “Alt-biers” of Düsseldorf, Germany. Our top fermenting yeast and cold finishing temperature result in a complex, yet clean, full flavor. Originally introduced in November of 1989, Long Trail Ale beer quickly became, and remains, the largest selling craft-brew in Vermont. It is a multiple medal winner at the Great American Beer Festival.

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3.3
KyotoLefty (10311) - Kyoto, JAPAN - AUG 4, 2015
Bottle. Orange-amber, clear, low thick head. Malty, minerally, earthy nose. Somewhat faint, but authentic. Caramel. Medium rich malt flavor, some caramel and fruits, earthy, grassy hops, decent bitterness with clean, peppery finish. Decent alt, nothing special.

3.5
Cousin_Larry (895) - - AUG 4, 2015
Pint at Teller’s in Cincinnati. Nice surprise. Decent caramel and butter flavor. Good for the style.

2.9
bvbunited (72) - Ohio, USA - JUL 29, 2015
Long trail ale is an average beer. When pouring the beer I thought the color looked great but the beer lacked an aroma and the taste was good without being to complex. I would recommend this beer to someone who is just beginning to get into micro brews as this is not that complex.

3.2
User134089 (1644) - - JUL 18, 2015
Type: 12-oz. bottle Glass: 8-oz. glass From: My aunt Jenny Price: $2 Purchased: N/A Consumed: July 8, 2015 Misc.: Born on Feb. 13, 2015 Poured a copper, caramel, clear color with two fingers of khaki tan, frothy head. Lots of bubble streams coming up from the bottom of the glass. Below average lacing on the sides. Average retention. (Sight - 3.50) Smelled caramel, Munich, nuts, light roasty malts, buttery malts, faint hazelnut or maybe even maple syrup? More Oktoberfest than anything else. (Smell - 3.50) Tasted a little more zip than the nose. Got German Munich malts, roasty malts, buttery malts, caramel, nuts and light hazelnut. (Taste - 3.63) Light body. Thin texture. Average carbonation. Roasty finish. (Feel - 3.75) I may have slightly overrated this, but it wasn’t horrible. Not bad. (Overall - 3.63) 3.61 82 B

2.6
Travlr (25236) - Charlotte, North Carolina, USA - JUL 12, 2015
Bottle. Clear deep amber color, medium white head. Aroma of apples and caramel. taste is sweet malty caramel.

2.9
hellonearth (153) - Montreal, Quebec, CANADA - JUL 7, 2015
Ambrée. Nez de dattes et de caramel. Au goût: caramel, herbe. Une amertume moyenne fin de bouche. Bien, rien de mémorable, cependant.

3.7
Inertiaman37 (32) - - JUL 1, 2015
Amber color , light clean smell, hop taste is bitter with little late addition. Finish our dry and quickly leaves.

3.7
pilgrimoutlaw (888) - Wayne, Pennsylvania, USA - JUN 24, 2015
Bottle complements of whatever dummy left it under the bush in my front yard. Amber pour with silky white head. Apple, caramel, biscuit, citrus, soy sauce. Lightly bitter. Moderately sweet. A little bit tart. Medium, smooth body. Somewhat astringent. Better than I expected.

4
tsd08460 (1190) - Marshall, Virginia, USA - JUN 22, 2015
Aroma: grass, herbs, caramel, Appearance: clear amber, off-white head Taste: light sweetness, lightly bitter, Palate: light body, sticky texture, average carbonation, long finish, Nice, must seek out other altbiers.

2.7
SteveOrz85 (249) - Pennsylvania, USA - JUN 17, 2015
12 oz bottle served in tulip. Golden amber color. Soft thin off white head doesn’t last long. Some lacing. Weak malty aroma, no significant notes. Taste is very lightly sweet with a touch of bitterness. Average carbonation. Light bodied with a thin texture. Abrupt finish. Not bad but nothing special.


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