Worryin' Ale - Piece Brewery & Pizzeria
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Ratings: 43 | Reviews: 26 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by mdm46410:
3.43/5 rDev -3.7%
On tap at Piece and served in a pint glass. This beer poured a darker golden hue with a short-lived head of off-white bubbles. Almost no lacing. The aroma consisted of sweet grainy malt and mildly herbal hops. The flavor was made up of caramel, moderately sweet malt, and a quick, clean hop finish. The mouthfeel was light and somewhat watery. Very drinkable. A nice session-style brew. Washes down the pizza quite nicely.
12-30-2008 21:46:57 | More by mdm46410
More User Reviews:
4.1/5 rDev +15.2%
(Served in a Nonic)
A- This beer has a deep brown body with a foamy white head that turns spotty after a bit. There is a soft carbonation at the sides of the glass.
S- The soft smell of brown malt finishes with a nice spiciness from hops.
T- The taste of dry biscuit malt and some brown malt that is a bit more neutral or sweet has some faint hint of chocolate malt as it warms. There is a nice spicy hop flavor that is not really bitter but it is bold and it is enhanced by the carbonic acid bite.
M- This beer has a medium mouthfeel with a fizz texture in the finish.
D- This beer has some nice malt complexity with a great unique hop profile. It is an excellent session beer.
05-23-2006 22:32:22 | More by rhoadsrage
3.45/5 rDev -3.1%
From the notebook, June 2009....
On tap at the brewery.
Copper topped with a off-white head. Sweet bread-like malts balanced balanced by a mild hops. Maybe a little of caramel.
Interesting enough to keep it from getting boring, but not so interesting to get tiresome after a few. This would make a great session beer.
Paired up nicely with a slice of the house za.
08-13-2010 05:57:41 | More by beerbrains
3.2/5 rDev -10.1%
Review based on a beer-judging sized sampler glass: Nice amber ale color under a thin head. Lightly malted and hopped, but it leaves a good malty aftertaste (or is that the Wing Nut still in my glass talking?). Pretty good standard football-wachtin' beer.
12-23-2003 20:26:19 | More by DrunkMcDermott
3.05/5 rDev -14.3%
Worryin’ Ale: On tap at Piece brewpub in Bucktown. An English style ale, very nice looking beer, with an off-white head and an almost ruby color. I like this style of beer, but was not overwhelmed with this edition. Seemed well balanced, and there was a flavorful hops bite. The beer seemed off in the malts, they seemed a little flat and lacking in flavor. This could be a fine beer, but the malts need to be tweaked.
11-09-2002 11:53:01 | More by jackndan
3.58/5 rDev +0.6%
Deep amber color with a very slight head, no lacing. In fact, it was almost completely void of any head.
It smelled of caramel malt, slightly bitter hops, and strong rye.
It had an extremely bready, sourdough nose and a spicy, slightly bitter finish.
The mouthfeel was just ok. It was very watery but left a nice earthy-spice flavor on the tongue.
This went down extremely easy and this is a beer you can drink all night.
This was a decent brew that I did enjoy and could see myself having again. If you like rye beer, the flavor was good but the watery texture takes away from the overall experience.
03-07-2009 21:02:05 | More by Vonerichs
3.93/5 rDev +10.4%
Worryin' is a nice Rye. The rye is not prounounced, overly-spicy, or over-the-top. It is subtle as the beers and very refreshing. On a hot summer day this was ambery-brown with a little head. it was thirst-quenching without being watery or too light. I tried this with other samplers at the brewery.
06-19-2012 22:47:59 | More by TSJ4000
3.43/5 rDev -3.7%
Poured on tap at piece into a pint glass. Pours a nice dark brown color
Good malty aromas of caramel and toffee. lacking some depth and complexity in the aromas
medium bodied with a good feel and flavors of caramel, toffee and some malt flavors
This was a very drinkable beer, but lacking some real complexity and depth to it. A bit singular in both the aromas and flavors, but a good beer nonetheless
02-06-2012 22:17:35 | More by KDawg
3.25/5 rDev -8.7%
There is something decidedly mediocre about this beer. It is good, no doubt, but stands out as nothing particularly unique or special. There is a good mix of hops and maltiness, although I would have preferred a little more hops flavor. The beer poured a medium to dark brown hue with a small amout of head (from the pitcher). It has the makings of a great session beer however, because it is fairly light and goes down real smooth.
06-04-2005 03:53:06 | More by pgroove
3.78/5 rDev +6.2%
Reviewed from notes.
Pours a moderate amber copper color with a light head and some lacing. The nose is light citrus and spice with a bit of caramel. Taste is similar with slight hops and rye. A good bit of spice with a light caramel and fruit backbone. Good feel and drinks quite well; a nice rye beer.
11-02-2010 20:51:05 | More by Thorpe429
4.35/5 rDev +22.2%
Darkest Pale Ale I've ever seen. Decent tan head.
Smells nutty and smoky. Very malty.
Tastes malty with a slightly roasty characteristic and some hops at the finish. Smooth and medium-bodied.
A very distinctive pale ale in color and taste. Delicious from any perspective. I love it.
sampled 1/20/08 at the brewpub.
01-27-2008 06:46:15 | More by tmitch75
4.58/5 rDev +28.7%
Opaque brown and brilliant clarity with some ruby highlights when held to light. Aroma of mainly pale malt, a hint of rye,and some noble hops sneak up toward the tail-end. The taste intially has a giant malt backbone and then the hops and esters do their thing in a great balancing act. Carbonation was one finger when presented in an imperial pint, head retention was normal with lacing throughout, and overall an entirely sessionable ale in any season. How many awards has this won? This could be easily catagorized as an ordinary or special bitter with rye added. Beautiful.
11-19-2007 23:36:18 | More by AndyAle
3.55/5 rDev -0.3%
Served in a shaker pint glass at the brewpub.
Rockin' my way through the Piece oeuvre (or, at least, what's on tap this day). This selection pours a mostly clear russet-sienna topped by a finger of wan off-white foam. The nose comprises mild toffee, oak, earthy greens, and a hint of green apple skin way the hell in the background there. The taste brings in more of the same, with some more oak, a touch of both coffee and tea, and a bit more earthiness in everything involved. The body is a light medium, with a light moderate carbonation and a fluid feel. Overall, a nice little rye ale, one that makes sure the rye doesn't dominate the proceedings (though it would have been nice to have a bit more spice in there...).
08-28-2012 19:42:43 | More by TMoney2591
3.58/5 rDev +0.6%
A-Deep copper with a light tan head that left some spotty lacing.
S-Musty malt and bit of nuttiness and not much else.
T-Dry, woody, quite malty without being too sweet, interesting. I assume this dryness is obtained by the rye malt addition.
M-Medium bodies with a nice easy smoothness.
D-Malty smoothness, care free and easy. The rye make for nice dryness without using a ton of hops.
10-09-2008 06:35:22 | More by Deuane
3.5/5 rDev -1.7%
No worryin' here. This piece beer quills the palate as comfortably as putting on those favorite jeans. Masterfully balanced and flavored for high rate of enjoyment, this beer accompanies a wide array of food pairings and is characterful enough to stand on its own.
Pouring an almost-clear light copper color, the amber highlights casts quite an aspiring glow. Capped with an off-white froth, the beer shows solid retention and lace without overselling it.
Caramel and citrus play a harmonic tune to the olfactory senses with moderate malt richness pinned against notes of grapefruit and orange peel. Complementary notes of earthy grasses, spicy grain, estery fruits, and light butterscotch promise the notion that complex flavors reveal with each return to the glass.
Skillfully balanced, the beer seems inspired from stronger English bitters as the rich caramel sweetness hinges on toffee and serves as the introduction of tangerines for a rounded marmalade character. Spicy and broadly earthen rye emerges from the sweetness with just enough grainy bite to bridge into citrusy and earthy hops- white grapefruit, fresh cut grass, zested oranges, and shaven pine all work to balance the beer without overriding the firm malt base.
The beer's medium body is aided with ample carbonation to give the sweetness a lift from the mouth and providing a lightly expansive fullness to its weight. Lightening considerably at mid palate, the carbonation quickly dissipates and allows for fleeting malt, spicy grain, hop resins, and light woody dryness to crispen the beer at finish.
It's one of those beers that you mean to reflect upon and assess- concentrating on its taste, texture, and impressions. But before you know it you have an empty glass in front of you, assisted by good conversation and enjoyment of the friendly brewpub. So the only thing worryin' about is getting another.
07-01-2012 17:31:48 | More by BEERchitect
Worryin' Ale from Piece Brewery & Pizzeria
81 out of 100 based on 43 ratings.