RATINGS: 820   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.96/5   EST. CALORIES: 159   ABV: 5.3%
Celebrated as America’s Original Brown Ale, Wicked Ale’s inviting ruby-brown color, distinctive malts and aromatic Brewers Gold hops will stir up a devilish urge to let loose.

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   AROMA 4/10   APPEARANCE 4/5   TASTE 3/10   PALATE 3/5   OVERALL 4/20
SirHopsAlot (44) - Cockeysville, Maryland, USA - MAY 7, 2003
This beer is just bad. Usually something marketed as an ale should have some hops, but this is sweet and carmely. Not recommended

ads135 (5213) - Omaha, Nebraska, USA - JAN 13, 2018
Not a very good brown ale. One of the first non-macro brews I ever tried. Light and very mild. Almost nothing to it.

Bill Becker (2008) - Casper, Wyoming, USA - OCT 18, 2017
From Oct 2006 Poured from 12oz bottle a clear reddish brown with about a 1" head of foam that shrank almost immediately to a fine layer with little lacing. The smell is pretty subtle but there *is* a caramel sweetness there. The taste has the caramel sweetness from the malt noted in the nose but it, too, is on the subtle side. I also can just detect a bit of fruitiness but it's hard for me to identify it...maybe prune? The finish is kind of on the cornie side... Not much really going on here for an English style Brown ale. It'll probably be a while before I buy this brew again.

jonas (8280) - Garching close to the monks, GERMANY - OCT 12, 2017
Backlog rating Tucson trip 2006: Chestnut, creamy brown head. Fairly nutty aroma, herbal edges. Fruity malt base. Nuts, heather, a few berries, a bit leather. Sparkly mouthfeel.

gripweed57 (2978) - Hamilton Square, New Jersey, USA - JUN 6, 2017
From old tasting notes. Lovely mahogany brown color.mRocky tan head. Spicy, clove-like malt nose. Toasted malt flavor with hints of chocolate and cinnamon. Big hop character. Assertive hop finish. Long malty aftertaste. Lots of flavor and body.

BeerRenter76 (1055) - Texas, USA - MAY 10, 2017
Originally rated on 2/9/09. A reddish brown body, not much head, only sparse lace left behind. Aroma and flavor of malt, slightly sweet. Not bad, but not good either, pretty average beer.

Scotchy (32) - AUSTRALIA - MAR 12, 2016
This is the beer that got me started exploring the craft beer movment in California. I remember when it was only on tap in Los Angeles and the bay area. It will always be fondly remembered as an institution. Not the best beer, but it was my go to beer. Totally smashable. Miss you guys.

willisread (3803) - Nashville, Tennessee, USA - MAY 9, 2015
Old rating. Bottle from Old Town. Pours a dark amber with a modest soapy beige head. Aromas of cherry, roasted malt and molasses. Body is a little thin and the mouthfeel a little syrupy. Some tartness from the fruit and sweetness from the malts are present and fairly well-balanced.

slowrunner77 (13206) - Reno, Nevada, USA - OCT 17, 2014
"malty, with a light, hard to notice aroma. body is a bit thin, and there is a slight bitter aftertaste, but no hop aroma. nothing worth trying here...no surprises."

KansaiBeerLvrs (5504) - Kyoto, JAPAN - JUL 13, 2014
Bottle years ago in the US. It was a solid brown ale with a nicely balanced maltiness. Not too sweet or cloying, a good ale. It’d be considered tame today but there’s something to be said for a well rounded sessionable beer.

generallee08 (778) - New York, USA - MAY 17, 2014
Petes Wicked Ales were some of the first craft/non-Bud style beers that started me on the road to realy good beer. This beer has a medium brownish color with coppery highlights. This is top by a small quick fading white foam head. It has a mostly sweet malty character, in taste and aroma which is faily light overall.

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