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RATINGS: 134   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.73/5   EST. CALORIES: 165   ABV: 5.5%
A 2001 Silver Medal Winner at the North American Brewers' Association competition. A deep-copper colored medium - bodied ale. Its fresh flavor is smooth and carefully balanced with a nice mellowness and hint of caramel malt balanced by medium hop bitterness. It is an all malt beer that is naturally carbonated. A very drinkable beer all on its own and pairs well with all kinds of foods.

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Caytinator (1005) - Waco, Texas, USA - JAN 27, 2015
Nice pour, with dark copper color and light head, small bubbles. Light lacing. Aroma light and malty (biscuity), good enough. Overall, too sweet, and not a caramel dark molasses sweetness, instead it’s like a corn syrupy taste or something - adjuncts? It’s a bit cloying, but malt backbone is present and fine overall.

slowrunner77 (13206) - Reno, Nevada, USA - OCT 6, 2014
"another non-offensive but very simplistic brew from Oak Creek. I enjoyed it more than several other beers I’ve rated right around, but it’s just too simple (like a carmel malt kit) to score average or better. really no hops to speak of, maybe even less than the brown. Semi-sweet malt flavor is a little muddled. Again, not a bad beer, but like something one would make with a kit."

madquacker (1176) - Canberra ACT, AUSTRALIA - AUG 31, 2014
Tried this in Sedona as part of my buy local concept. No head and low carbonation. Big notes of rotted detritus and card board. Had a syrupy caramel flavor undertone.

miyauchi38 (1117) - chicago, Illinois, USA - JUN 29, 2014
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ben4321 (6839) - Hoboken, New Jersey, USA - MAR 19, 2014
Location: Draft at the Brewpub, 3/3/14

Aroma: The aroma is kind of dull, some caramel notes, bread, and not much else
Appearance: It pours an amber color, mostly clear, with an off-white head
Flavor: The flavor is much the same: a little malty and kind of dull, not much hop presence
Palate: The body is light and clean, fairly smooth, soft, and with a shorter finish
Overall Impression: I thought this was a fairly unexciting one. It wasn’t an example of the style that I thought was particularly good. It is just kind of a dull beer.

Waitito (7) - - FEB 15, 2014 does not count
Very nice amber color. Malty palate with a sweetness that shines through in the aftertaste.

patricks110 (2794) - Alberta, CANADA - NOV 3, 2013
A boring and bland take on an amber. Pours a dark red copper with a soapy fluffed up white head. The nose has grainy, cereal skunk notes with a hint of grassy hops, lemon zest and toasted bread. Mild mannered flavour; easy to sip and paired well with nachos. Overall, a run of the mill brew

DiarmaidBHK (6143) - Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, USA - SEP 18, 2013
Bottle from AJ’s Fine Foods Scottsdale. Pours light brown with very little head. not much on the nose. tongue feels a bit buttery. If this was a silver medal, I’d hate to taste bronze.

Hanuta06 (495) - Washington, USA - SEP 9, 2013
Serving: from tap at Bonkers Restaurant. Aroma: light malt. Appearance: small, frothy, off-white, initial head with fair lacing and fully diminishing longevity. Clear, medium-amber body. Taste: lightly sweet initial flavor and lightly sweet, fruit and cardboard-like finish with average duration. Palate: medium body with oily texture and soft carbonation. Overall: nothing special.

Meilby (11791) - Kristiansand, NORWAY - AUG 18, 2013
Draught @ Oak Creek Pub and Grill, Sedona, AZ
Pours clear deep golden/orange with a off-white head. Aroma has notes of malt, caramel, biscuit and orange. Taste is medium sweet and light bitter. Body is medium, texture is thin to oily, carbonation is soft.

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