FROTHINGSLOSH (7697) - GREENSBURG, Pennsylvania, USA - JUL 26, 2014
UPDATED: JUL 28, 2014 Sampled on draft at the brewpub this beer poured a cloudy dark brown color with orange highlights and a medium sized foamy orange-tan head that left decent lacing. The aroma was malty cola and dark fruits. The flavor was malty and bitterish with a bit of caramel, wood and an astringent undertone. Medium length finish. Medium body. Meh. ryanscourt (1458) - Latrobe, Pennsylvania, USA - JUL 12, 2014
Had 13 beer flight on a beautiful custom wood flight. Beers overall were solid and the service was great. Nothing extraordinary overall with flight, but most palatable and easy to drink. A few unique beers with honey and lavender. Individual beers as follows:
Worth your weight in gold: Lager taste, slight malty feel, plenty of flavor for a yellow clear beer. Nice lager.
Slippery rock Dew: Thick in the mouth, honey flavor readily present, fresh and refreshing
Station 33:Crisp, caramel malts, simple but enjoyable
Mcleods Eva: Smooth, sweet at the end. Light and watery for a malty beer. Less overwhelming, good or bad, then many in the same style
Squirel Nut Brown: Good rendition for the style
Amber waves of grain: Can really taste the caramel malts. Drinkable.
Simcoe Pale Ale: Smells like a christmas treee. Would be nice with a big dinner to cleanse the pallate between bites.
Paleo IPA: average IPA
Frias Porter: Good flavor bute falls a little short. Root beer flavor at the end
Stonehouse stout: On nitro. Guiness feel in the mouth but a bit more boring.
Fruit bowl: neat idea, apricot flavor this go around, great summer beer
Lavender Abbey: Strong aroma and flavor. Lavender hits you in the face. Polarizing experience. closey22 (1916) - Mt. Laurel, New Jersey, USA - AUG 12, 2013
Dark amber brown thin beige head; light aroma some hint of chocolate, maybe; Flava is light tart some chic malt hints on the far fringes; feels light and fizzy; finishes tart and seltzery redpooba (406) - Texas, USA - JAN 15, 2013
Dark red-amber color with a crisp white head. Scottish spiced malts, textbook flavors. Grassy and delicious. DiarmaidBHK (4797) - Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, USA - AUG 2, 2011
Pours brown from tap with very little head. A bit of caramel on the nose. Faint maltiness on the tongue. Finishes clean. Meh!
LetsGoState (883) - Pennsylvania, USA - DEC 4, 2010
A pretty decent Scottish ale, but didn’t have the level of bitterness I was expecting. It is very drinkable nonetheless. SSKD814 (854) - Pennsylvania, USA - APR 5, 2010
A- nice body that was red in color with white head.
S- yeast and malt
T- yeast sweet malt. good brew.
P- medium weight body and low carbonation. Below average smoothness.
O- this was an overall good brew. Not my favorite of what I had but it was pretty good.
Serving type: on-tap
Reviewed on: 04-20-2007 23:41:49
-- kassner (1657) - Wexford, Pennsylvania, USA - MAY 10, 2009
On tap. This has a lot of opening Koelsh Ale attributes with fresh fruits, but then has a nice ho finish, cloudy light Amber, enough malt and just a little pleasant funky subtle tatse in the middle dpjuart (1112) - Indiana, Pennsylvania, USA - AUG 29, 2008
Draft sample at brewpub. Pours red with orange hues and a small, eg shell head. Big malty nose, caramel. Taste is a smooth caramel with mild chocolate undertones and a nice crisp finish. A bit watery. Tasty. MrBunn (2807) - The Wet Side of a Dry Town, Pennsylvania, USA - MAY 4, 2008
Draft. Body is kind of amber with a sweet aroma and a little bit of hops in the flavor. Pretty bland and hard to separate from the ESB.