jake65 (4000) - Meridian, Idaho, USA - MAR 29, 2010
Bottle: Bright and transparent dark caramel color with two fingers of creamy khaki head. Aroma is roasty, earthy, and nutty. Gives the impression of a dry roastiness. Tastes nutty and earthy with some toffee. The roasted malt isn’t as prominent as expected. Retains a nice toffee and caramel sweetness before the nuts and earthy bits in the tail. Nice little session ale. Reid (2626) - Salem, Oregon, USA - APR 20, 2010
Nice looking beer here, chesnut brown with a nice looking large frothy/thick tan head.
Ok aromas of caramel and buscuit malts, pleasing.
Taste pretty similar to the aroma, very caramel , semi sweet, slightly toasted. Hardly any hop .
Ok on the palate, on the thin side but this is to style.
Overall a well drinkable and likeable Brown Ale.
Not complex, simple like the style is meant to be. obguthr (6656) - Staunton, Virginia, USA - MAR 12, 2011
Subtle walnut aroma. Clear brown, thin yellow head, some lacing. Sweet chocolate flavor, thin mouthfeel. Walnut finish. Nice balance, flavorful. jzzbassman (1638) - Arlington, Texas, USA - APR 7, 2011
On tap at the Blue Canoe in Tupelo. Pours a dark bown with a one finger cream head. Aroma is malty, with some brown sugar and chocolate. Toffee and malt, uncomplicated and pleasant. Strykzone (7658) - Wood River, Illinois, USA - MAY 20, 2011
Sent my way from Hayduke with whom it was shared via Facebook chat. This is dark mahogany with a nice creamy light tan colored head that lasts nicely. Nose does not jump out but offers chocolate and raisins. A nice creamy feel. Flavor is chocolate, roasted notes, dark fruit, and very mild spice. The finish is gentle fruit. Occasionally some hop bitterness shows up and occasionally the hops were lighter fruit. This is one that I could drink plenty of. Nice sweetness with all of that malt and they hops add interesting aspects.
yesyouam (1016) - Fairport, New York, USA - MAY 25, 2011
Redhook Mudslinger is a very clear, copper brown ale with a small, white head that quickly fades to a ring. It has a caramel aroma with a note of coffee and possibly cola. It’s light bodied with a pretty clean, delicate finish. It’s lightly flavored with caramel and some nuttiness. It has a slightly metallic property. An herbal, medicinal bitterness comes in for the finish. Sweet caramel flavor lingers. This isn’t really my style, but there’s nothing wrong with it. FROTHINGSLOSH (8142) - GREENSBURG, Pennsylvania, USA - JUN 12, 2011
Sampled from a 12 oz brown bottle this beer poured a dark brown color with a medium sized foamy tan head that lingered and left a bit of lacing. The aroma was dryish and malty with light molasses, chalk, cherry and nut. The flavor was tart and malty with notes of nut, cherry caramel and a touch of licorice. The finish was long, tangy, fruity and nutty with some lingering bread. Medium body. Solid. decaturstevo (6343) - decatur, Tennessee, USA - JUN 19, 2011
Deep amber pour with off white head and lace. Aroma is light chocolate, caramel malt, and some roasted malt. Sweet start with a change to sour caramel and a hinto floral bitter hops. A bit thin. Decent drinker. Aubrey (3516) - Bellingham, Washington, USA - FEB 4, 2013
Pleasant, sessionable, smooth and easy-drinking brown ale. Light toast, subtle sweetness (brown sugar, caramel, honey, vanilla), faint spiciness (pepper, possibly a hint of clove) and a little nuttiness. Finishes clean. BREWMUSKCLES (2743) - New Jersey, USA - APR 16, 2013
a good brew described well as above the brew is mellow and has quite a bit of vanilla and caramel seems like a creamy cream soda with a bitter finish. finish lingers nicely.