foyle (429) - Wyoming, USA - NOV 14, 2013
Appearance: pours a 1" sudsy white head which recedes slowly with significant lacing. Color is a mostly clear golden-orange with plenty of carbonation present.
Aroma: pleasant combination of floral and pine hop aromas with a sweet caramel bready malt.
Mouthfeel: fairly light bodied with a slightly sticky mouthfeel. Finish is dry.
Flavor: delicious combination of well balanced hops and malt. There is some floral, pine, and citrus from the hops. This is met with a sweet maltiness as well as some cracker flavor.
It is easy to see why this ale is a multi-year medal winner at the GABF. SPDickerman (1315) - Texas, USA - JAN 3, 2017
Pours clear copper with a small white head. Smells crisp and hoppy. Taste is juicy, piney, bitter, and crisp. Medium-bodied with a smooth texture and average mouth-carbonation, Snake River Pale Ale finishes with a pleasant juiciness. EdInSaltLake (748) - Salt Lake City, Utah, USA - SEP 18, 2012
Good bready and light caramel malt flavors, with a fruity hop finish. Great example of an APA. OD40oz (774) - Box Elder, South Dakota, USA - JUN 30, 2009
I had this one on tap at Sanford’s in Casper, Wyoming. Amber with a small tan head. Lots of hops in this one. Very enjoyable. I need to try some more snake river brews. n49921 (109) - USA - AUG 12, 2007
Sampled from a bottle at both a bar and airport. Nice golden color with a white head. Good lacing. Tangy smell of hops. Crisp, tangy/citrus taste (cascade?). Light body. Very drinkable, enjoyable beer.
Gusler (2652) - Tucson, Arizona, USA - AUG 31, 2000
A good malty pale. Better than most, not a Sierra nevada, but quite tasty. Hops are evident, clean and refreshing overall. SJP (483) - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA - SEP 22, 2002
A very tasty, hoppy beer. Not as hoppy as some American pales, but a nice sharp, clean taste nonetheless. Well worth trying.