hrothgar950 (141) - Mabelvale, Arkansas, USA - FEB 15, 2013
Effervescent clear brown ale with tan head. Little.aroma. Thin and dry and slightly tart. Onenote81 (1002) - Winston-Salem, North Carolina, USA - MAY 2, 2012
Originally reviewed: 7/9/09. I was wondering when we were gonna see some more brews from this brewery around these parts. Found a bottle at City Bev and grabbed it. Poured into my pint a deep rusty amber with a good 2-finger tan head on top. This disappears to little more than a ring around the edge, leaving no lacing at all. Smells of sweet bread, brown sugar, and a slight coffee scent.
The mouth is very wet and thin. I don’t like the weak feel of this. Flavor is pretty thin as well. Weak bready flavor mixed with slight nutty dryness. This sure could use some work, but nevertheless, I am excited to see more brews come out of NC. Onionkid (376) - Fayetteville, Arkansas, USA - AUG 30, 2011
Bottle. Decent aroma of mild chocolate and some nuts. Tastes of the usual nut brown ale affair...bit dusty, chocolate and nuts with a malty body overall. There’s nothing too great about this one, everything about the flavors are fairly common and nothing stands out. Not bad, glad I tried one to say so, but won’t grab another unless there’s lacking options at the time. 5.5% alcohol. italianjohn (3108) - Penndel, Pennsylvania, USA - AUG 8, 2011
Hazy brownish reddish pour beige creamy head ... aroma is nutty and sweet caramel malts roasted ... taste is roasted and nutty lots of caramel malt and smooth pretty simple and basic easy drinking little fruity but mostly roasted and nutty ... light bitter roasted finish easy drinking brownie beerbill (3616) - Laurel, New York, USA - JUN 13, 2011
12 oz. bottle. Pours a hazy brown with a moderate tan head that completely disappears before the second sip and leaves no lace. Pleasant aroma of chocolate, malt and nuts. The flavor falls off a bit from the aroma with just a hint of chocolate, weak malt, and nuts. A bit watery in body. No bitterness to speak of at the finish. So so.
freekyp (2192) - Thomasville, North Carolina, USA - APR 24, 2011
A full flavored brown, Wolf Creek’s Timberwolf is fine example of a session brew. Replete with a coffee/chocolate aroma, earthy hops still show through. The initial sip shows dry powdered chocolate and ends with a lightly tangy but bitter bite. Medium bodied, this brown would pair well with any pub grub, but is interesting and refreshing enough to stand on its own. Well done. Suttree (6358) - Knoxville, Tennessee, USA - APR 11, 2011
Well, it’s a brown ale, so it’s brown. So far so good. Nutty, malty aroma, with some spicy notes. Flavor is...there, I guess. Vaguely nutty, some bready notes. Rciesla (5499) - Exit 15W, New Jersey, USA - MAR 30, 2010
Bottle from god knows where. Pours a brune body with an off white head dissipating to what look like concentrated colonies of carbonation. Mild chocolate malt tones, nutty, caramel with a mild fruit character. Flavor seems not quite right inital apple tones followed by an abrupt drying mineral burnt coffee tone. Seems to mellow out more on the second sip feels a bit grainy and rather lackluster now, a fleeting sweetness gives way to a quickly drying bitter malt tone, that lingers slightly. Overall i’d pass on this again. jcwattsrugger (12418) - Florida and, New Jersey, USA - DEC 12, 2009
12oz bottle-pours a tan head and dark copper color. Aroma is sweet medium malt-caramel. Taste is sweet medium malt-caramel/peat, nutty, some earthy hops. chandler0201 (650) - Durham, North Carolina, USA - SEP 22, 2009
Brown pour with tan head. Nuts and malts in the aroma, semi sweet caramel flavor but also kind of watery. Considering who brewed this I was a bit disappointed.