Sweet Action - Sixpoint Brewery
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Reviews by rdilauro:
3.39/5 rDev -13.3%
Poured sort of a shade darker than most of your big 30' pack lite beers. The white head lasted a good amount of time.
I could not pick up any particular aroma with this one. I knew it was low in hops, so I was trying to figure out what scent I would be getting. If anything, I had a slight hint of fall flowers.
The taste was clean and smooth. In fact it sort of rolled onto my tongue and then down my mouth without causing a lot of excitement..
A nice beer, no real negative comments , just that this is not my style of beer
02-28-2014 04:18:23 | More by rdilauro
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3.65/5 rDev -6.6%
On tap at Coles,poured from the tap into a standard pint glass a hazed light golden with a thinner but well retained white head.Mainly toasty in the nose with a bit of citrus and sweet-like vanilla wich was more pronounced on the palate.Flavors start out mildly sweet with some vanilla melding into a leafy hop finish.Not overly complex but it nicely blanced a good drinker.
01-06-2008 23:32:51 | More by oberon
3.85/5 rDev -1.5%
On tap at the Publik House-cheers Matt!
A hybrid style not easily definable. The dominant character is yeast. Appearance is fine, nice color, a little hard to check out in the dark bar, good head, nice retention. But again, this story is about yeast, supposedly from Westvleteren. Smells like yeast. Trying to pinpoint some specific yeast/bread product, but can not. Tastes like yeast, again, cant put my finger on it. A little dry and a little sweet at the same time. Good mouthfeel, pretty light. Drinkabitlity? Was ready to move on when the glass was empty. Did I mention the yeast? Want to know how important yeast is in a brew? Have this beer.
09-27-2005 05:25:12 | More by kaimcm
4.5/5 rDev +15.1%
Review from BeerAdvocate Magazine Issue #54 (July 2011):
A hazy, dirty peach-colored beer with a thin creamy lace. Stone fruits in the nose with a deep floral hop aroma and mild cellar mustiness. Crisp carbonation, then creamy. Immediate white pepper, with fleshy stone fruits in the flavor and a bready malt character beneath. Citric hop snap rides in off the carbonation and melds into the malts, impart- ing soft floral and herbal notes, followed by ripe melon suggestions with some mild esters, thanks to the Simcoe hops. Dries up nicely with a lingering splash of melon and bready sweetness. Touted as balancing sweetness and bitterness, it lives up to this most awesomely. This is one deliciously sexy beer from a can.
12-15-2011 02:37:36 | More by BeerAdvocate
3.48/5 rDev -11%
A 16oz can poured into an imperial pint glass. The beer was a hazy amber color with a small white head. There was a little bit of lace.
Hoppy aroma. Mostly herbal, a little citrus. Some sweet cereal.
Hoppy taste. Very piney, a little bit of lemon and grapefruit. Malt to finish.
This beer was a little too rough and medicinal for me. Definitely only one at a time.
10-15-2011 12:51:53 | More by lordofthewiens
3.98/5 rDev +1.8%
Best by 13 Nov 2012
A - Pours a slightly hazed deep orange/brown with one finger of creamy off-white head. Head has pretty god retention and leaves some good lacing. Some suspended yeast.
S - Nice floral hop presence, some toasted grain and slightly sweet malt. Faint aromas of peach and pepper.
T - Taste is a pleasant mix of lightly sweet malt with a bit of hop bite. Floral, citrus, somewhat spicy with toasted grain.
M - Light/medium mouthfeel with good creaminess. Finishes a bit dry.
O - Enjoyable, easy-drinking cream ale. Despite the overall lightness, still manages to have an interesting flavor profile with some depth.
07-22-2012 21:30:30 | More by warnerry
3.58/5 rDev -8.4%
i had this beer on tap in new jersey its funny i saw it in cans a bit earlier but decided to buy a different can instead then i saw it on tap and though i would give it a try
my sample came to me with no head on it at all i asked the bartender to pour one for me again because there was no head she said she could not do that i don't know why it was headless but i don't think that was a godo thing
anyways the aroma was great though i smelled mango and fruit and also some sweet malt in there so there was anticipation of good things
however the taste was good but just not great i had quite a few of the sixpoint brews and this one just didn't do it for me i feel in the aftertaste there is a let down so much promise on this one but no follow through in the aftertaste just a little bit of hops and then that's it
decent mouthfeel in the end light or medium bodied
overall a decent to good beer but after the first few rounds of really great beers from sixpoint this one was my least favorite not saying it was bad but in my opinon the other ones are simply better
07-03-2011 01:01:28 | More by renegadeburger
4.38/5 rDev +12%
Pint @ Sunset Grill.
A- Pale golden and hazy, good lacing and excellent retention.
S- Spicy twang of hops and yeast, clean but semi-pungent.
T- Rounded bitterness with more has enough hop flavor to go around. Sweet peachy maltiness mixes with a clean herbal bitterness, faint phenols brush against a wavering fruity ester in the finish.
M- Extremely smooth with a moderate body.
D&N- Reminds me a little of De Ranke XX Bitter but better, easy to quaff and the alcohol is a tad hidden IMO ... which is not a bad thing. By far one of my favorite beers ... I'd love to see this more often.
12-02-2005 23:56:48 | More by Jason
3.9/5 rDev -0.3%
I sampled a pint of this pale brew, from Brooklyn's newest brewery, after work at the Collins bar in the city. It pours a typical yellowish amber , slight haze and lifts a white puffy and loose head. This one leaves better then average, scattered and light lacing. Nice. Malty nose. Medium bodied, dry and crisp ale. I picked up a note of rye in this pleasant sessioner. More quality/quaffable brew from sixpoint.
03-22-2005 03:26:53 | More by Billolick
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