FROTHINGSLOSH (8142) - GREENSBURG, Pennsylvania, USA - MAR 15, 2017
Sampled on draft at the brewpub this beer poured a bronze color with a medium sized creamy white head that left good lacing. The aroma was tart and bitter with lemon, citric acid and a bit of pine. The flavor was bitter, tart and tangy with a bit of butter then citrus and pine. Long finish. Medium body. Not good. dankman (257) - Somewhere in, Ohio, USA - AUG 12, 2016
First serious rate in years, only because a friend asked for it (seriously, Johnny is my homey), I am following through.
The nose is typical of your regular pale ale, but it was a bit too malty and kind of weak. I think the hazy copper look is good for this beer. I don’t dislike the flavors I find in this beer but I’m far from in love, hop heavy and some malty sweetness; but, it isn’t balanced all that well.
The finish is a bit sticky and not a friendly bitter.
I won’t turn this beer down, I won’t grab a 6 pack on my way to a party either. ryecatcher (1466) - Bridgeport, Chicago, Illinois, USA - OCT 29, 2015
12 oz Bottle. Picked up a variety pack at Giant Eagle on my way back to Chicago the other day. Pours a hazy burnt orangey-gold, big frothy slightly off-white head with ridiculous retention and lacing. Nose is light pine and grass. Mouth is medium bodied, lots of fruit -- peaches are the first thing I’m getting -- faint pineapple, pears, golden raisins, then toasted bread. Very light bitterness. I could down a pitcher of this stuff. Nice and sessionable. Cleveland fuckin ROCKS!! trapped (3599) - New York, TURKEY - SEP 12, 2015
Bottle thanks to Jsquire. Pours cloudy dark orange with large foamy off-white head, light floral hops aroma, low carbonation, balanced sweetish floral hoppy taste, mellow palate, medium malty finish. Nice and smooth, very easy to drink. Finhead (1814) - OFallon, Illinois, USA - SEP 1, 2015
A hazy, yellow-orange with a white head. It has a mild citrus hop aroma. The body is medium with oily texture, lively carbonation, and a bittersweet taste.
sturmthis (1195) - Bavaria, GERMANY - JUL 29, 2015
On tap. Amber color with one finger head. Tropical fruit aroma. Much less in the taste, more pine and bitterness. jsquire (4599) - St. Marys, Ohio, USA - JUL 25, 2015
Portside has started bottling this beer, and the label says "Centennial hops". Light amber color with a short lived white head. This beer struck me as mostly malty. Caramel and bread crust nose with some yeast notes. Big caramel malt taste up front with a yeasty bread dough and earthy bitterness in the follow through. I don’t get much citrus hop in this. The finish does have a bit of grassy bitterness to it. Not bad at all, but not the dry hopped pale ale I had hoped for. Nephilium (1821) - Cleveland, Ohio, USA - JAN 28, 2015
Nice citrus and pine aroma, pours a clear amber with a thin white head. Just a touch of caramel sweetness, fading to a crisp, slightly bitter finish. Fairly light bodied, with a nice crisp flavor. A nice easy drinking APA. djd07 (15543) - Houston, Texas, USA - JAN 22, 2015
Bottle thanks to George. Pours a cloudy orange with small off white head that lasts. The aroma is citrus and cascade. Medium mouth, citrus, light bitterness, good. Dogbrick (13759) - Columbus, Ohio, USA - NOV 4, 2013
Sample at Woodland’s Tavern. The beer is a clear orange color with a medium thin white head that dissipates quickly to an outer ring. Short strings of lacing on the glass. Aroma of hops, citrus and malt. Light-bodied with flavors of grassy hops, grainy malt and citrus. The finish is mildly bitter with a short hoppy aftertaste. Slightly above average overall.