calebrum (40) - Saint cloud, Minnesota, USA - MAR 25, 2013
Fantastic cream ale, light, nutty, toasted, full and complex. A surprising touch...... MrSawyer (12) - Plymouth, Minnesota, USA - JUN 26, 2013
Pours pale yellow with an unimpressive he's that disappears in a flash. Champagne bubbles pop from the glass bottom. Wonderfully sweet, floral aromas. Carbonation leads on the tongue, but a nice silky mouthfeel accompanies it and pleasantly lingers afterward. The beer's flavor is the best part... goes down incredibly smooth with delicious sweet bread flavors and finishes with the slightest hop tang. Awesomely refreshing on a warm summer evening. nuplastikk (6224) - Madison, Wisconsin, USA - SEP 16, 2012
12oz bottle picked up in Duluth. Hazy light yellow-tan color. Lively carbonation bubbles rising. Thinnish, creamy white head. I have developed a certain appreciation for this style, and find this to be a pretty enjoyable example. Delicate light to medium body. Creamy, yeast and corn flavors merge. The hops are nice, but are probably more representative of new-school example. Solid offering if you can dig it. BeerKurve (520) - - NOV 20, 2012
Wet Yellow with a mildly hazy appearance. The flavor reminds me alot of New Glarus Spotted Cow with Corn, Yeasts, Barley and Malts. Palate is light, smooth and mild carbonated so itís pretty easy to drink. It isnít as sweet as Spotted Cow but itís the closest thing Minnesota has to it as of right now. This is my first beer from Third Street Brewhouse, so Iím eager to try out more offerings from them in the future. evanlarkin (307) - Northfield, Minnesota, USA - MAR 1, 2013
Pours a nearly-orange yellow color. Clear with a bit of head. Aroma is subtle, but definitely smells like fresh bread. Semi-sweet taste, bready with a bit of citrus. Clean finish. Very nice.
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Skyview (5942) - Papoose Jct, Minnesota, USA - JUL 8, 2012
Sampled from 12-oz bottle, supplied by distributor. Pours a semi-clear golden straw colored brew with a decent sized white head that slowly dissipates and leaves behind some spotty lacing. Aroma of light creamed corn, light spicy and grassy hops and a touch of honey. Taste is medium bodied, soft carbonation with flavors of golden grain malt, corn and light grassy hops. Finish is semi-sweet, crisp and a quick bitterness then a sweet malt aftertaste. A solid cream ale. Similar to the macro-produced golden ale but with more flavor body. Schaeppi (3) - - SEP 8, 2012 does not count
I call this beer a Lager +. Personally, I think "cream ale" is almost misleading. I think of irish cream ales, and this is a classic lager kicked up a notch! Great summer beer for hot days. Very refreshing. Probably not the best fall/winter beer as it lacks depth and complexity. Stock the fridge with this from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Trev (2023) - Lakeville, Minnesota, USA - AUG 19, 2012
Pale gold with a medium foamy head. Aroma is grainy though not unpleasant malt, light lemony hop.
Flavour is more of the same, corny sweetness, lemony hop. I like that this is only 4% as well.
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone nellycale (213) - Caledonia, Minnesota, USA - AUG 16, 2013
Bottle. Pours slight hazy, yellow hue with a thin white head. Aromas of pale malt, some hint of corn, sweetness. Taste of corn, sweet, hint of citrus, somewhat chewy. A delectable light summer beer which is a nice alternative to a pilsner. Nothing flashy but for the style, really enjoyable. I like it better than New Glarus Spotted Cow which seems to be the signature cream ale in the Midwest.
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You donít find many Cream Ales. This is much like Spotted Cow but not as sweet, with more of a biscuity malt flavor up front. I found it nicely drinkable and refreshing.