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RATINGS: 244   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.93/5   IBU: 25   EST. CALORIES: 153   ABV: 5.1%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Prairie Path Ale is a Belgian-style golden ale. Prairie Path Ale is a full flavored, slightly bitter, clean and refreshing ale. The Belgian malts along with the Saaz and Goldings hops give this beer great drinkability.

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2.7
ARH (1125) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - JUN 29, 2014
On tap poured into a shaker. A light combination of buttery toast, light lemongrass spiciness, a touch a floral and a bit of honey linger in the air above the beer. It’s a clear yellow-brown color with a light, fluffy, but soapy head. It reduces quickly to a very thin ring, with no surface, and leaves a light lace. Not an unappealing look, but nothing to brag about either. It’s taste is a combination of medium, buttery sweet with a light bitter finish. The medium bodied, oily textured beer has a light, fizzy carbonation to it. It finishes with buttered toast, lemon and grass, with a bit of a clove spice and resin to it. The aftertaste is a dry grassy taste that lingers for awhile.

3.7
574deadzone (1419) - North Central, Indiana, USA - APR 15, 2014
Pours a hazy golden with a thicker eggshell head that settles to a thicker ring and leaves plenty of intricate, spotty lace. Nose has some earthy, leafy, and lightly spicy noble hop character, some doughy yeast, some soft fruity notes, just a nice delicate nose. Somewhat sweet, fairly bitter, nice balance. Lighter body, softer carb, a bit oily, with a dusty hop finish. Enjoyable as a lighter (and gluten-removed) style.

3.1
Aurelius (5294) - Tallahassee, Florida, USA - APR 10, 2014
Soft, honey-sweet aroma. Clear oakwood gold, short and collapsing white head. Standard longneck, too much going on on the label. Sweet, malty, mouthy, interesting bittering. A certain salt and pepper savory thing at times at times. Medium body, I could be persuaded that it might lean towards heavy. Caramel notes in the finish. Nothing too fancy, just a decent and straight up brew. Whole Foods, TLH, bottle.

3
queenholly (3623) - South Whitley, Indiana, USA - MAR 24, 2014
Bottle. Grainy, lightly fruity malt aroma. Clear brassy gold with a large off-white head. Grainy malt, and light grassy flavor. Light body, moderate carbonation. Easy drinker.

3.3
suprchunk (2994) - Crestview, Florida, USA - MAR 7, 2014
Light golden pour. Slight white head. Lacing. Malty yeasty aroma. Taste is sweet malt with a yeast note.

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jcartamdg (3409) - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA - FEB 16, 2014
Pours a translucent orange with no head. Aroma of creamy malt, caramel and corn. Taste is caramel malt, corn and slight English hop bitterness. Very one dimensional.

2.9
CardsPackHawks (173) - South Elgin, Illinois, USA - FEB 4, 2014
A decent golden ale. A nice golden color, but not much head on the pour. Easy drinking with some flavor. Would be very easy to knock back a few of these at a time on a summer day. Label cliams to be crafted to remove gluten, if that is a need.

2.7
HeadyDE (825) - Delaware, USA - OCT 24, 2013
Bottle pour..light golden color..medium carbonation..nose is grainy with a trace of apricot..but not much to write home about..light bodied with some bland Belgian presence..also some spice in play but fairly nondescript..not a fan

2.9
BOSSbrewer (2705) - Arkansas, USA - SEP 22, 2013
Pours a clear golden with a nice head. Grain and grass on the nose. Grassy and herbal. Medium to light bodied. Decent beer.

1.1
boxofrane (2553) - Spring City, Pennsylvania, USA - AUG 12, 2013
Draft at craft ale house. Pours clear yellow with minimal head. The aroma is missing. The taste is cardboard. Bad.


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