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RATINGS: 184   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.07/5   SEASONAL: Spring   IBU: 30   EST. CALORIES: 174   ABV: 5.8%
Mudslinger is a Nut Brown Ale with a Medium body and a fresh aroma. Its malty flavor is layered with light chocolate, caramel, brown sugar and a hint of vanilla. Six barley malts and two hop varieties result in a surprisingly smooth, well balanced dark beer. Mudslinger pairs nicely with grilled meats, stews, fowl, and even smoked oysters or salmon. Available on the West Coast from January through April.

Style: Nut Brown Ale
ABV: 5.8%
Malts: Two row pale, Munich, Caramel, Chocolate, Black, and a touch of Roasted Barley
Hops: Willamette and Northern Brewer
Color SRM: TBD
Bitterness Units: 30 IBU
Original Gravity: TBD
Brewed Since: 2010

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angrypirate06 (1388) - Texas, USA - FEB 3, 2010
Bottle. Clear orange pour. Aroma is grain and caramel, flavor is shoes, bitter, and dirt.

dyetube (1378) - Hurst, Texas, USA - JAN 30, 2010
this beer pours a deep copper with a thin tan head. the aromas are fruits and nut. the flavor is fruit(lemon?) and light grass? not a great beer but not horrible either. cheers!

Jblauvs (1358) - Chester, Vermont, USA - JAN 29, 2011
dark amber wood pour. Aroma is copper metallic notes, caramel malt, some slight roast. Mouthfeel is medium light. Flavor is again slightly metallic, some toasted caramel malt, a bit of bitterness at the finish. Boring.

zebracakes (1339) - Washington DC, USA - APR 5, 2011
Bottle. Pours nearly flat, hazy orange brown. Aroma is malt and caramel. There’s virtually no carbonation in this beer. I opened up another bottle just to make sure it wasn’t a bad cap. Minimal carbonation in the other beer too. The flavor is malty and not horrible, but the lack of carbonation is a bit of a turn off.

jjuf1853 (1302) - Land O Lakes, Florida, USA - MAR 16, 2011
Draft at World of Beer (Carrollwood, FL). Pours a reddish brown with a beige head. Aroma of toasted nuts and sweet malt with a bit of caramel. Nice mixture of subtle spices in the flavor.

SPDickerman (1239) - Texas, USA - APR 30, 2011
Pours clear mahogany brown with a large, creamy light tan head. Smells malted, hints of caramel, and nutty; very little bitterness in the nose at all. Taste is prominently a nutty malted flavor with hints of bitter underneath, solid brown ale. Medium-bodied with a creamy texture and soft mouth-carbonation, Redhook Mud Slinger finishes with a wet bitterness; rather refreshing.

glkaiser (1214) - Seattle, Washington, USA - JAN 13, 2010
Pours a dark amber with medium head. Very drinkable, medium bodied brown ale with light roast, a little chocolate and nuts, and an assertive balancing bitterness. Not going to blow you away with flavor, but it’s not meant to. Just a nice session brown and I’d have no problem throwing a few back. Cheers to Red Hook for this one.

beerfest5 (1207) - Cloneen, IRELAND - APR 23, 2011
liquid goodness my a**. this is like soapy bathwater with brown sugar added. not a good one at all, and with a name like mud slinger, sis redhook actually not anyone to buy it?

Rrauth (1196) - North Carolina, USA - MAR 17, 2013
Bottle. Dirty brown mid water with almost no head. Some hint of caramel and light yeast. Not a bad beer. Nice change of pace for spring. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

19Ei8hty (1166) - Washington, USA - MAR 28, 2010
Could not be more pedestrian if it sprouted legs and picked up a a walking cane. Slightly toasted nutty malt body with some root character and earthyness. Screams "hey everybody! lets all play solitaire in the corner by ourselves! maybe that will be less boring than drinking a dozen of me’s!" Meh-Squared.

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