RATINGS: 141   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.64/5   IBU: 70   EST. CALORIES: 195   ABV: 6.5%
Bold and bright, our American Red Ale bursts with Pacific-Northwest hops balanced by a blend of caramel and toasted malts. Kettle hops: Cascade, Crystal, Mosaic, Chinook. Dry hops: Cascade, Crystal, Centennial, Citra. Malts: 2-Row, Vienna, C-75, C-120

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Ratman197 (14964) - Arvada, Colorado, USA - MAY 2, 2013
Bottle poured a clear reddish amber with a lingering ring of amber foam. Aromas of carmel, pine, earthiness, and grapefruit zest. Palate was medium bodied and smooth with a dry finish. Flavors of carmel, pine, grapefruit and light earthiness with a smooth dry lingering bitter pine finish.

Finhead (1770) - OFallon, Illinois, USA - APR 24, 2013
Clear, deep red pour with an off-white head. The aroma has pine with a caramel backbone. It has a light, somewhat oily body with lively carbonation. The taste is moderately bitter with a dry finish.

SmokeyDaBear (150) - - APR 23, 2013
Poured from bottle to cup. Has reddish color with little head. Has some bitter taste. After taste is strong.

alexanderj (3605) - Branson, Missouri, USA - MAR 22, 2013
Bottle; poured a dark orange/caramel color with a big to medium light khaki head. Aroma of earth, fruit and caramel; fairly impressive aroma. Flavor was vibrant; lot of caramel and fruit, giving way to a more subdued, but nice earthiness.

MHOSKINS (83) - Cleveland, Tennessee, USA - MAR 5, 2013
Marble is simply a great brewery! Red is there flagship offering on my opinion. Great Hop flavor. Easy to enjoy. MKH---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

CanIHave4Beers (4188) - Pouring Bus, Iowa, USA - MAR 4, 2013
Bottle from Ketchepillar, pretty awesome how I forgot this was even in my fridge then found it while digging around. I was pretty excited because I loved that Imperial Red from these folks.

Pours a deep red color with a good head and nice lacing on the glass.

The aroma is lots of fresh hops, lots of grapefruit, lots of floral stuff... not a lot else, but totally inviting and totally awesome smelling.

The flavor follows as expected, very hoppy and on the higher end of bitterness. The hops are juicy and citrusy, the beer has some fresh crisp malt character without a lot of sweetness.

Much like the Imperial Red is better at being a Double IPA than many products that claim to be Double IPAs, Marble Red is a better IPA than most IPAs out there. This is so fine.

ansermadide (1526) - Kyle, Texas, USA - FEB 15, 2013
Now this is a great red ale. It has a muted, dark orange color and a white head. Its aroma is of a soft, highly-caramelized double IPA. It’s smooth and soft in the mouth, and tastes alot like a soft, watered down or aged barley wine. Mmmm, this is tasty

cubs (10639) - Fort Collins, Colorado, USA - JAN 2, 2013
Tap @ Marble Santa Fe. Pours a reddish orange appearance with a tan head. Somewhat piney, herbal, caramel malty, toasty aroma. Resiny, piney hoppy, light ganja, a touch watery, caramel flavor. Another solid offering from Marble.

Travlr (25250) - Charlotte, North Carolina, USA - DEC 16, 2012
Draft at the source. Deep amber color, thick cream colored head with good retention. Aroma of toasted caramel. Taste is rich and creamy bittersweet toffee with a pine resin finish. Very nice.

alexsdad06 (10482) - West Chester, Ohio, USA - DEC 7, 2012
Draft at brewery (notes). Pours a deep reddish amber with a medium sized off white head. The aroma was toasted caramel malts, some fruity notes, pine and lighter citrus. The flavor was similar; toasted bread with caramel, fruit, pine, citrus with decent body. I’m not the biggest fan of most ambers, but this has more character than most.

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