tgncc (3144) - Bellmore, New York, USA - JAN 25, 2015
Aroma: peanut butter, caramel malty
Flavor: same as aroma
Appearance: deep amber, off white head
Medium in body.
Finish: light English hops
Karstenborg (1157) - Hasselager, DENMARK - JAN 16, 2015
Clear brown with with a small white head. Aroma is raisin, metallic and caramel. Taste is caramel, watery and metallic. mjmoen (628) - - JAN 10, 2015
pours a clear red color with white head. Well balanced with hints of chocolate User134089 (1644) - - JAN 6, 2015
Type: 12-oz. bottle
Glass: Stone Ruination IPA pint glass
From: Albertsons in Alpine, Calif.
Price: $1.67 ($9.99 for a mix 6-pack)
Purchased: Jan. 2, 2015
Consumed: Jan. 3, 2015
Poured an auburn, clear color with 1-to-2 fingers of off-white head. A few bubble streams coming up from the bottom of the glass. Minimal lacing on the sides. Minimal retention on the top all the way down. (Sight - 3.13)
Definitely a Newcastle beer with the first whiff. Rye malts, toffee, caramel, nuts, roasty, butter malts, hazelnut, light espresso, vanilla and mixed berries. (Smell - 2.63)
Tasted a tad better than the nose. More berries than the nose. Buttery toffee, slightly boozy, hazelnut, caramel, nutty roasty malts and faint vanilla. (Taste - 2.88)
Medium body. Thin texture. Average carbonation. Abrupt, rather bitter finish. (Feel - 2.63)
Not a good Irish Red Ale, especially after having Alpine’s McIlhenney’s Irish Red the other night. Would not have it again. (Overall - 2.75)
2.79 65 C
jerseyjohn71 (308) - Corsicana, Texas, USA - DEC 28, 2014
caramel, bread, hay, roasty, toast, nuts, dough, earthy, leaves, bubblegum, licorice, vanilla, woody, clear, red, frothy, white foam, medium sweetness, light body,
martjoobolut (5347) - Tallinn, ESTONIA - DEC 25, 2014
0,33L bottle (from Stockmann?!). Pours clear brown-copper with light tan head. The head stays for a second. Aroma is sweetness, caramel, wet socks. Flavor is sweet, nutty, caramel, toffee, some metallic notes. Body is watery. Overall: rather bad. tuxjr (2) - Shalimar, Florida, USA - DEC 17, 2014 does not count
Its sweeter, maltier, hoppier and fizzier than Newcastle Brown which is my quaffable go to. I appreciate the effort. Mix half w/ Arrogant Bastard for a Bastard Werewolf!!! The hops cut the sweet. Its not bad w/ Bar b que! Cmon brothers lighten up and relish the amazing brew world we live in tday! Now if light beers were just made illegal... Cornfield (5569) - Oak Forest, Illinois, USA - DEC 16, 2014
Well, t’aint "blood red" as the label states, but it’s a deep amber in body. The "head" is an off-white film. The aroma is toffee and caramel and light brown sugar. The taste is sweetness, toffee and caramel. Unremitting. Too much for me to session at any time. With a name like "Werewolf," it should do more than gnaw away at my canines.EdInSaltLake (748) - Salt Lake City, Utah, USA - DEC 11, 2014
I wrote the above before seeing that this is classified at an ESB on the site. I’m flabbergasted.
A lot of plum/raisin and dark chocolate in the aroma, with sweetness that makes it candy-like. Similar flavor, with bitterness that balances the sweetness. Subtle pepper. Kind of a maraschino cherry-like finish. Mainuh_man (292) - NETHERLANDS - DEC 4, 2014
16 Oz tap. Pours clear brown with a white head. Make aromas dominate: caramel and brown sugar. Medium sweetness with cereal grain, nut, and some prune. Finishes with long, herby hop linger. Medium body with a creamy mouthfeel and average carbonation. Overall, good malt, but pretty unidimensional.