otakuden (otakudensdram) wrote,

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Pale Ale ~ Red Brick

Appearance: copper and red apple skins. Perfectly clear though unattractively dull. Minimal to no head, leaving a bubbly thin collar. Swirls slightly thicker along edges; no lace, no head.

Nose: mild. Apple orchards, bread crusts, pear orchards. Husked grains. Dried orange peel. Hint of caramel and Werthers Original. Mild.

Palate: clean and crisp. Apple skins in the back of each swallow. Bitter orange and lemon peel. Hay, straw and bread crust underneath. Starts to grow a hard disruptive bitterness. Light mouthfeel and minimal weight. Mostly concentrated in the back of swallow with a mild front and middle.

Final Thoughts: I am so glad that I tasted the Blonde before the Pale Ale. What a difference. But I shall not stop trying Red Brick beers because it is gems like the afore mentioned Blonde. As for the Pale Ale, it barely even managed average.


(an original written work by Kristyn Lier. plagiarism is not tolerated)

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