RATINGS: 14   MEAN: 3.17/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.12/5   IBU: 17   EST. CALORIES: 138   ABV: 4.6%
For the past 75 years, when the mountain air begins to warm in spring, thousands of hikers accept the challenge of traversing the 2,181 mile Appalachian Trail. Along the way, those weary travelers find the familiar white “blaze” trail markers to be a refreshing site guiding them from Maine to Georgia. A similar, original American tradition is the Cream Ale, a clean, dry ale designed as an alternative to mass-produced lagers. Keeping on the path of full flavored, craft beer, our Honey Cream Ale incorporates nearly four pounds per barrel of pure Appalachian honey, rather than adjuncts like corn or rice. The result is a light, crisp, slightly-sweet, session beer evenly balanced between smooth malt, a hint of floral hops, and honey sweetness.

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ordybill (1815) - Douglasville, Georgia, USA - NOV 1, 2015
Poured from a 12 OZ can into a pint glass. Appearance- a slightly clear light brown color a small off-white head. Aroma- a great honey aroma with some malt and bread come through. Taste- a really appealing honey flavor with some citrus and malt really give this an excellent flavor. This is an outstanding cream ale. Highly recommended.

decaturstevo (6339) - decatur, Tennessee, USA - JAN 28, 2015
Gold yellow pour with white head and lace. Aroma is sweet corn and I may even get the corn. Sweet maltiness, light corn, and the honey flavor. Medium body with good carbonation. Solid cream ale

Drake (14033) - Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA - AUG 24, 2013
Draft at the VA Craft Brewers Festival, Devils Backbone, 8/24/13. Pours a hazy golden color with a large creamy white head. Good head retention. Aroma of pale malts, honey, mild corn. The taste is honey, pale malts, corn, hoppy finish. Medium bodied, well balanced. Nice cream ale.

nearbeer (5515) - Knoxville, Tennessee, USA - SEP 19, 2012
Pint on tap. Light haze on the orange-golden body with a small ring of lasting bubbles. Nose is lightly toasted cereal grain kissed by some earthy pollen and honey. Taste is grain, earthy honeycomb and some nice touches of resin and citrus at the end. Light bodied, easy drinker is sweet but well balanced by a crisp finish and has light-medium carbonation.

BeerdedDave (1846) - Beckley, USA - SEP 2, 2014
on tap at Heartwood; light amber color; light, slightly sweet malt flavor; a light, refreshing beer

Suttree (6466) - Knoxville, Tennessee, USA - JUN 26, 2011
On tap at the Knoxville Brewfest. Cloudy yellow, with a thin white head. Smells like, well, honey and cream. Nicely smooth and lightly sweet. Not bad for a style I usually don’t care much for.

Dogbrick (13389) - Columbus, Ohio, USA - JAN 20, 2013
Sample at Mellow Mushroom in Johnson City. Pours a slightly hazy yellow-gold color with a thin white head that evaporates quickly to an outer ring. Spotty lacing on the glass. Aroma of toasted malt and hops. Light-bodied with flavors of grainy malt and grassy hops, plus a bit of fruit. The finish is sweet honey and malt with a slight hops aftertaste. Slightly above average overall.

tnkw01 (1774) - Knoxville, Tennessee, USA - SEP 7, 2014
Can. Gold in color. Medium head. Aroma is slightly reminiscent of honey suckle. Taste is grains with a sweet after taste.

HopTsing (575) - Sandston, Virginia, USA - MAY 3, 2013
From the tap at the brewery poured a hazy golden brew with a nice white head. Aromas of honey and hops. Medium bodied with crisp slightly floral flavor.

jbruner (5004) - Marietta, Georgia, USA - DEC 27, 2014
This is not my favorite style of beer, but it is well done for what it is. Bready malts with a hint of sweetness, light and easy to drink.

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