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Brewed By: Goose Island Beer Co. (Anheuser-Busch InBev)

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Number of Ratings: 686

Style: American Pale Ale (APA)

Brewed In: 1800 West Fulton St. Chicago, IL 60612, USA

ABV: 6.2%

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Ten Hills Pale Ale

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Tasting Notes

Please sign in to post comments about this beer and see your Beer Buddies' comments. profile - February 19, 2014
Sweet nose and very little hops. Extremely session able was kinda like a training wheels kinda pale ale
kurt.kunkle profile picturekurt.kunkle - February 16, 2014
Very drinkable. Gorgeous dark amber hue. Some hops, but not deep in flavor. Not spectacular.
Mac17 profile pictureMac17 - February 9, 2014
Bit flat flavored. Not bad. Not great.
9PM profile picture9PM - February 7, 2014
Smells far better than it tastes unfortunately. That is to say it smells like citra hop heaven, but tastes like a solid pale ale. I give it a 3 star on par with New Belgium's Fat Tire for drinkability and situational drinking (BBQ's, with friends without breaking the bank but you want to spare them the adjunct lager treatment)
Pedestria profile picturePedestria - February 7, 2014
Crisp, honey-sweet with good balancing hops. Very easy to drink and enjoy. Bottle 2/2014
jjswizz profile picturejjswizz - January 26, 2014
Good tasting pale ale
contradicktory profile picturecontradicktory - January 19, 2014
Really pretty good and inexpensive. Says it will be seasonal but I would enjoy it regularly. Reminds me of Green Line, but that is not bottled. Crisp, nicely hopped.
beermeseymore profile picturebeermeseymore - January 17, 2014
Nice floral hop aroma and slightly bitter taste. Aftertaste was a little odd, but overall a pretty good beer.
allanrayc profile pictureallanrayc - January 12, 2014
Has a slight lychee taste.
cmp8254 profile picturecmp8254 - January 5, 2014
Very hoppy with a taste of bitter citrus (think citrus rinds).
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