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RATINGS: 214   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.68/5   EST. CALORIES: 207   ABV: 6.9%
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75% American Red Ale, 25% Ale Aged in American Oak Barrels. A brash American Red ale, dripping with citrusy Centennial hops, mellowed by a touch of oak. Aromas of toffee, citrus, crushed herbs, vanilla and fresh-sawn oak. Complex!

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doubleo (1432) - San Diego, California, USA - NOV 5, 2010
On tap at the La Jolla Brewhouse as Ex-Loakal. Pours cloudy red with a big offwhite head that leaves good lace. Smells like a red. Sweet malts and fruity hops with some mellow earth. Tastes like a red. Fruity and hoppy with some sweet malts. I don’t get much wood at all. Little bit of alcohol, that’s about it. Medium body, good carbonation.

3.6
pantanap (3366) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - DEC 10, 2010
Loakal red. on tap at the tasting room in placentia, ca.. Clear soft copper brown with a soapy off-white head... Soft oak and lighter roasted grains, subtle citrus and vanilla...flavors are much of the same with oak, vanilla, lightly hopped and sweeter toasted grains and a bitter hop finish. Lighter fluffy bodied. o 7/4/7/4/14

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danielcurtis81 (1519) - San Diego, California, USA - DEC 14, 2010
Sampled on tap at The Bruery Provision. The appearance is a deep not too much head. The aromas are sweet malts, citrus hops, and light oak additions. The flavors are a little alcohol forward at first but the sweet malts begin to come through and a nice mild cinnamon and sweet malts, with a faint but present oak. The mouth is medium bodied, nice and refreshing, but a touch of alcohol. A solid red!

3.6
sebletitje (10059) - Enghien, BELGIUM - JAN 17, 2011
Bottle @ Seabass going away party, Jan15th ’11. Courtesy of Hopscotch. Couleur cuivre, épaisse beige. Houblonnée et citron, note de pamplemousse, fine note de vanille et de bois. Légèrement fruitée. Le goût de tonneau est un peu en retrait et laisse aussi une bonne place pour le malt et caramel pour se faire noter parmi cette bière qui penche un peu plus sur le houblon.

3.6
juiceisloose (1482) - Windermere, Florida, USA - JAN 25, 2011
750 ml bottle, courtesy hopscotch. This one pours a hazy, dark reddish orange color and topped by a tall, thick head of khaki colored foam that slowly recedes to a thin, lasting film that leaves patches of lace all around the glass. The aroma shows bright orange citrus and grapefruit hops followed by a sweet caramel malt base and some toasted oak and vanilla. The flavors follows the same lines with rich caramel and toasted grains beneath the bright orange and grapefruit citrus hop bitterness. There is a touch of oaky vanilla on the back end that smooths things out. Medium bodied and smooth on the mouthfeel with moderate carbonation that leads to a dry, semi bitter finish. This is tasty stuff right now, but I could see this falling off pretty quickly.

3.6
Dedollewaitor (16056) - Odense, DENMARK - MAR 29, 2011
Bottle @ J&C, Friday session, 2011. Thanks. Pours clear amber with a large creamy white foam. Nose is oak, vanilla and dark fruit. Fresh and fruity hops. Lots of vanilla and hoppy peach. Smooth body. Ends dry!

3.6
TheAlum (7164) - Aurora, Illinois, USA - APR 18, 2011
Tulip draft on tap at Hopleaf (Chicago, IL). Pours a nice deep coppery hue, a good glow, healthy haze, with a big frothy cakey tannish head, light, sticks around, laces well. Aromas are a healthy dose of citrusy hops, lemons and grapefruit, florals, faint pine, with a touch of melon, moving into toffee, oranges, a touch of spiciness. Initial is really crazy, a blast of vanilla beans up front which mellows the initial hop onslaught, a growing bitter hop bite, lemons and florals, grass, touches of grapefruit. Some toffee, biscuits, and toast, the vanilla really sticks on the initial moving into decent florals, bitterness into the finish. Lingering touches of spicy and mellow vanilla envelopes the palate, kills away the big hop bitterness, cool and sweet. Into the backend, more soapy and floral bitterness comes out, touches of more mellow orange, some earthy maltiness, toast, biscuits, lingering toffee into the end of the middle. Finish is orange and lemon, decent bitterness, lingering vanilla, touches of spice. Really interesting, the vanilla transforms the beer, but not for worse. Very interesting, strangely enjoyable with the vanilla not getting too crazy. Some Orange Dream bar elements..

3.6
Ungstrup (37291) - Citizen of the universe, DENMARK - MAR 22, 2012
Bottled. An unclear golden brown beer with a huge yellowish head. The aroma has notes of citrusy hops, vanilla, and herbs. The flavor is very sweet with notes of herbs, yeast, vanilla, and citrusy hops, leading to a bitter and woody finish.

3.6
joergen (27983) - Frederiksberg, DENMARK - MAR 23, 2012
Bottle at Papsø. Hazy orange-red coloured with a huge off-white head. Sweet and fruity aroma of caramel and dried fruits with notes of hops. Sweet and fruity flavour of caramel, hops and grass with notes of dried fruits. Hoppy finish.

3.6
Huhzubendah (3705) - Washington DC, USA - AUG 3, 2012
Bottle shared by drabmuh. Thanks Matt! A: The beer appears brown / amber in color with a huge head that leaves tons of lace, even after a moderately slow pour. Over-carbonation perhaps? S: The aroma is of hops, pine, and a slightly sweet malt. T: A good tasting beer, with a few different interesting flavors taking place. The taste profile consists of hops and pine, with notes of oak and fruits. Overall, a nice, enjoyable red ale. M: Highly carbonated, with a medium-thin body. D: Tasty beer. I’d drink this again. Serving type: bottle Reviewed on: 12-20-2010


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