A creek-cooled Dale’s Pale in it’s natural environment - Rocky Mountain National Park
It might be a bit warmer than the style guide dictates, but after hiking all day it tastes pretty darn good!
Tank 7 Farmhouse Ale from Boulevard Brewing
Refreshing, bright citrus compliments the yeast. Mellow finish, not much bitterness.
Petrus sour pale ale on draft
Definitely a sour beer! Crab apple, tart, effervescent. Overwhelmingly sour, but enjoyable and refreshing none the less.
Bombay By Boat from Moonlight, on cask.
Mellow, pretty sticky but with a great earthy malt flavor. Smooth finish with a bitter kick.
Loakal Red from The Bruery
American red ale plus oak-aged ale. A nice mellow beer, not quite as alternative as the description might make you think. Some dark toffee and hops are there, but not in your face. Smooth drawn-out finish.
Honey Basil ale from Bison
Very refreshing. The flavors are a lot subtler than I’d expect. Pepperiness from the basil is a nice addition.
Pinnacle, an English Pale Ale from Triple Rock in Berkeley.
Easy drinking, crisp and refreshing. Grainy, with enough hop to keep it interesting.
8-day Jetlag - from my very own brewery
This is supposed to be a British Pale Ale, and I think I got pretty close. Nice malt in the aroma and at the start, fruitiness, and quite a lot of hops at the end. I’m very happy with this one!
Sammy Smith’s Old Brewery Pale Ale
Loads of fruity malty flavor. Nice mouthfeel. A bit of british hops too, but malt is the overriding element here.
Elevation 66 Esther’s Stout
Guest review by the wife: Favorite of the local brewery beers. Fantastic example of a stout. Nutty, malty flavor. Easy to drink. No cloying aftertaste. 10/10