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RATINGS: 253   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.47/5   EST. CALORIES: 168   ABV: 5.6%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Osiris Pale Ale is an assertive American Pale and is not meant for the timid. Crafted by our Brewers for our Brewers, Osiris blends three choice varieties of American hops to create a spicy, citrus hop punch that is sure to satisfy any hop head. Every batch of Osiris is dry-hopped towards the end of fermentation for maximum hop flavor, aroma and character.

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ccex (1390) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - JUL 10, 2013
16 oz. can pours a clear light orange color with small white head ad good lacing. Aroma is full of citrus fruits, bready malts, and and a bit of pine. Taste is bitter, but not outrageously so, with some malt sweetness in the middle and some pine coming out in the long finish. Body is medium with average carbonation and a slightly sticky mouthfeel. A very good APA, and my first from Sun King.

3.7
Defensemaster (31) - GERMANY - OCT 21, 2013
Amber in color with a lovely head, Osiris Pale Ale exhibits an aroma of fruits and spices that could have come from a Middle Kingdom marketplace, minus the flies and camel dung. Bitter and hoppy with a dry finish, it is a solid pale ale. ---Cheers until next time! DMSR

3.7
Woweezowee (31) - Indiana, USA - JAN 4, 2014
UPDATED: APR 19, 2014 Indy’s trendiest and most popular brewery’s flagship beer is a great Pale Ale for hot/summer days. There is a nice amount of bitterness and citrus hop flavor to be found and the mouthfeel is incredibly crisp, but occasionally I seem to get a "skunky" can for some reason. The beer looks great in the glass, but I’ve never got a lot of punch from the aroma. Better on draft IMO, as the hop profile always seems more bright. I’ve had a ton of Osiris, and would/will recommend it often, but it is a bit pricey for what it brings; when price, availability, and flavor come in that order, I’m going with Sierra Nevada PA. Reverse those criteria, and I’d likely go Osiris. Still, it has many fans and a great rep in the Indy area as the best session brew in town. so worth having for sure if your in the area; especially if you find it on tap.

3.7
Bacterial (3074) - Twin Cities, Minnesota, USA - JAN 18, 2014
Can shared by Bob - thanks!! Light yellow pour with a white head. Resin hops in the nose. Refreshing and easy to drink. Slightly bitter finish. Pretty nice!

3.7
rxeight (3319) - Illinois, USA - FEB 22, 2014
Sample at the brewery. Decent pale ale sort of fruity sort of hoppy. Crisp am bitter. Nothing mind blowing but decent stuff

3.7
DrSilverworm (10000) - Cincinnati, Ohio, USA - MAY 19, 2014
16oz can from Big Red Liquors. Clear golden orange color. Thin off-head. Dots and ropes of lace. Medium body. Smooth, crisp, lighter carbonation. Lightly dry finish. Great west coast hop - citrus, pine. Good bready malt, light bit of caramel. Kind of biscuity. Awesome aroma. Satisfying moderate bitter taste, light sweet. Very tasty, easy drinking satisfyingly hoppy IPA. Shared with caterwaul, but I drank most of it. Would have made the whole can disappear in minutes had I had the chance.

3.7
kaser (6430) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - JAN 16, 2015
Bright orange pour from a can at high velocity - dense white head. Grainy and flowery aroma. Taste is mild hops, citrus and wheat. Pretty tasty

3.7
mikedevilsfan (226) - Portland, Oregon, USA - FEB 5, 2015
golden color with nice white head. Aroma is a little lacking, but the taste is much better with a slightly spicy tang with some citrus pop, and just a hint of grain.The aftertaste is touch of pine. Very pleasant. I would love to try this on tap.

3.7
madvike (3305) - Middleton, Wisconsin, USA - JUN 23, 2015
Can from the brewery - Pours golden with a filmy off-white head. Nose is grapefruit, apricot, mango, and a touch of pine hops with a sweet, lightly bready malt base. The malt isn’t overly sweet and dries out after an initial fruity blast.Taste is the same, with the hops balancing between grassy and herbal and citrusy. Dry malt base with just a touch of sweetness peeking through on the finish. Thin and well-carbonated--a bit bubbly. Solid stuff--reminds me a bit of New Glarus Moon Man, though with a slightly different hop profile and a bit sweeter.

3.7
Dorkenstein (564) - - JUL 26, 2015
Sweat papaya and mango aroma with a very crakery malt smell to match. Taste is very sweet papaya and mango initially, mild hop bit in the finish. Crackery biscuit malt carries throughout. I remember this beer being more dank hop heavy.....maybe it’s because I drank it out of a growler that had been in my hot car for a few hours before I put it in the fridge.


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