RATINGS: 10   MEAN: 3.22/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.13/5   EST. CALORIES: 240   ABV: 8%
Righteous hops and cherry aromas tell you this is not your ordinary red ale. A sexy complexion with buttery malts make this exotic brew something to be desired. Nuts and caramel build to form the perfect union of awesomeness in your mouth.

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rosenbergh (12021) - Tampere, FINLAND - JAN 6, 2017
12 oz can. (Sick N Twisted Brewing Co) Hill City, SD.
Slightly cloudy amber color with a small light tan head. Sweet malt, mild fruitiness and some hoppy notes in the aroma. The flavor is sweet sugary malt, some toffee and mild alcohol.

olio (10750) - Tampere, FINLAND - JAN 3, 2017
355 ml can @ Timo A.
Pours clear amber color with a small head. Aroma is resinous and malty, hoppy and fruity. Flavor is sweet caramel malty, ripe fruits, resinous hops. Okay, a bit stuffy.

Patrickctenchi (6832) - Cox’s Knob, columbus, Indiana, USA - OCT 29, 2016
Can: Clear copper-amber....small beige head. Caramel and hay aroma. Caramel malt, buttery grain malt flavour.... Really not much going on here.....and what IS going on is delivered in a slightly rough manner. Just ok....

shrubber85 (11762) - Greenville, Indiana, USA - OCT 17, 2016
Can. Toffee malt and weedy hay aroma. Golden yellow with small head. Moderately sweet buttery toffee malt and moderately bitter weedy flavor. Okay body. Okay - strong diacetyls. A bit rough.

thebighead (28) - Minnesota, USA - SEP 11, 2016
UPDATED: SEP 11, 2016 On draft at the Hill City brewery and one of my top 3 favorites from Sick-n-Twisted. Malt forward. Deep copper appearance with an off-white head.

GTAEgeek (2578) - Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA - MAY 28, 2016
On tap in a flight at the Custer location. Clear, dark, ruby brown, with a small, cream head. The nose is distinct butter toffee, walnuts, pumpernickel bread, and cinnamon. Very sweet, with no balancing bitterness. Some savory spice. Medium to heavy body, syrupy, sticky, and creamy. This is a very malty, very sweet beer. No balance, but it still works.

Travlr (26948) - Charlotte, North Carolina, USA - JUN 20, 2015
Draft. Clear amber maroon color, small off white head. Aroma of toasted brown bread. Taste has burnt caramel. Decent.

Iphonephan (7512) - Jackson Hole/McLean, Virginia, USA - JUN 19, 2015
On draft at the Cheyenne Brewers Festival 2015. Pours a clear amber with a tan head. Nutty nose. Malty flavors. Bitter finish.

Idigguns (16) - Davie, Florida, USA - JUL 17, 2014
Beer flight from draught at the brewery, about a 4 oz pour. 2014 release.
Aroma: malt, dough, citrus hops, hint of nuts.
Appearance: clear, red with small off-white head, light lacing.
Taste: nutty, roasted, malty with a little caramel, but too hoppy.
Palate: medium body, a bit creamy, medium carbonation, mildly bitter in the finish.
Overall: I really wanted to like this ale. It sounded really good, and I usually like reds. I detected no cherry, not in the aroma or in the taste. IMHO, it’s way too hoppy for a red, maybe that’s what turned me off so much. I can’t imagine trying to pair it’s complex character with food.

foyle (443) - North Carolina, USA - JUN 22, 2014
Served on tap at brew festival Appearance: Thin off white head recedes leaving a bit of lacing. Color is a clear reddish-brown. No visible streaming carbonation. Aroma: Strong caramel aroma, along with heavy malt presence akin to rising bread dough, some mild citrus hop as well. Mouthfeel: medium bodied and sticky with a pleasant dry finish. Flavor: Caramel is the dominate flavor, along with some nutty flavors and rich roasted barley. Finish has mild citrus and earthy hops. Overall: outstanding. A very delicious beer. Not harsh and no off-flavors.

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