RATINGS: 391   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.51/5   SEASONAL: Series   EST. CALORIES: 204   ABV: 6.8%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Fire & Blood is a 6.8% ABV Red ale, brewed with pilsner, Cara-60, Midnight Wheat, flaked rye and spelt. Assertive hopping includes CTZ, Styrian Golding and German Tettnang hops. Spiced with de-seeded Ancho chilies. Fire & Blood has a deep, dark red hue with a persistent, creamy, off-white head. Aromas of ripe fruit, raisins, malt & slight spice, followed by a slightly floral and spicy hop character. A fruity, sweetish malt taste gives way to faint drying provided by the hops & rye.

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3.7
BOLTZ7555 (3027) - Phoenix, Arizona, USA - APR 20, 2014
Dark crimson pour with a tightly packed eggshell crown that left significant webbing inside the glass. Loads of dark fruit, Belgian yeast, biscuit, toasted malt, and the slightest capsaicin hint from the ancho addition. Lively carbonation. Meh.

3.1
Panzuriel (2199) - Westerville, Ohio, USA - APR 19, 2014
Fire and Blood is a murky deep red brew with a thick persistent head of off white active bubbles. The nose is very reminiscent of a belgian tripel. Hops, floral esters and maybe a faint hint of ancho chilies. Taste is mild at first. broadens on mid and really blossoms on the finish. very strong vegetable type presence. medium malt. hops are restrained. a bit of heat. good bitters and dry finish. a very interesting and different beer. Body a bit active and fizzy on the tongue.

4.3
Clarkdvm (505) - Florida, USA - APR 18, 2014
Brown pour but in dark bar. First sip was more bitter than expected but fruity flavors more noticeable with time. Noticed no chocolate or clover flavors and definitely not stale.

3.2
kayres (883) - , Georgia, USA - APR 18, 2014
Dark copper with a huge white head. Very sweet malty nose. Light to medium bodied hints of cinnamon, roasty malt ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

3.4
oRos (1675) - sacramento, California, USA - APR 18, 2014
Bottle from total wine. Pours red with creamy head. Aroma of slight pepper. Taste is plain. Belgian yeast esters and a slight tingle from the peppers.

3.8
DandyWolfFloyd (1202) - Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania, USA - APR 18, 2014
Aroma - yeasty Brett like yeast, caramelized sugar, a dark fruit presence Appearance - nice red amber color; clean with nice nucleation’ head was beige and 2" and settled very slowly; great lacing Taste - a Belgian yeast like quality, caramelized sugar, dark fruits are present Palate - body is medium; texture has a hard to describe fine slickness; carbonation is lively; the finish is coating of the tongue and subtly astringent

3.3
Mannybdoy (7) - New York, USA - APR 17, 2014 does not count
Fire and Blood has a deep, dark red hue with a persistent, creamy off-white head. Aromas of ripe fruit, raisins, malt and slight spice, followed by a slightly floral and spicy hop character. A fruity, sweetish malt taste gives way to faint drying provided by the hops and rye. Underlying flavors of raisin and prune from the ancho chilies give way to a balanced malty and spicy finish. Malt: Pilsner, Cara-60, Midnight Wheat, flaked rye and spelt Hops: CTZ, Styrian Golding, German Tettnang ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

3.7
DearBeer2013 (94) - - APR 17, 2014
Too yeasty for me................................................

4.6
khughes9478 (2) - Willoughby, Ohio, USA - APR 17, 2014 does not count
This beer is one of the best. It’s a great red ale and I could brink it for datys

3.5
jw0406 (1264) - atlanta, Georgia, USA - APR 16, 2014
750 ml bottle pours a dark red color with a nice tan head. Aromas of yeast, dark sweet malt, chile. Medium bodied, notto much heat, a nice beer.


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