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Brewed By: Firestone Walker Brewing Co.

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Number of Ratings: 1541

Style: American Amber / Red Ale

Brewed In: 1400 Ramada Dr. Paso Robles, CA 93446, USA

ABV: 5%

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Tasting Notes

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jasonhostetler profile picturejasonhostetler - June 28, 2015
Great pounding beer. Nothing too special, tastes good but wouldn't write home to mom about.
growlers profile picturegrowlers - June 6, 2015
Pale ale but kinda amber. Not very hoppy.
Beerguy33 profile pictureBeerguy33 - May 31, 2015
English Pale Ale. 12 oz bottle, pours a cooper color, with 1/2 head. Mouthfeel is medium. Medium carbonation. Aroma is earthy, smokey, caramel, toasted malt and oak. Taste is slightly bitter, toasty and big malt flavor. I almost wish there were more hops and less malt....more balance. Not bad but not something I would have again
clanderson505 profile pictureclanderson505 - May 31, 2015
Smooth ale, not too complex, very drinkable profile - May 24, 2015
Decent ale without any downsides.
brewbaker profile picturebrewbaker - May 8, 2015
Ok flavor, just unremarkable.
BeeryMcBeererson profile pictureBeeryMcBeererson - February 13, 2015
I could smell this beer forever... It calls itself a pale ale, but it strikes me as a light winter saison. Nice spice-y character.
hugheshousebrew profile picturehugheshousebrew - January 26, 2015
Smooth, sweet but not too sweet, almost like a very light stout, smooth aftertaste almost goes away too quick profile - November 25, 2014
Like an Irish red
mryeti profile picturemryeti - November 6, 2014
Easy drinkable Ale which tastes almost barrel aged. As far as ales go its okay but not my go to beer
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