Polygamy Pale Ale - Roosters Brewing Company and Restaurant
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3.78/5 rDev +4.4%
Poured bright copper with a thin white head. Some lacing sticks.
The smell is of citrus/grapefruit with a hint of pine. Soft, but very pleasant.
The taste is of some citrus, hint of pine evenly balanced by sweet malt. Well-balanced, a bit restrained. It has a bittersweet, dryish finish.
Medium-bodied and smooth, this an easy-drinking mild APA.
07-16-2008 14:45:43 | More by jwc215
3.98/5 rDev +9.9%
A - Pours a clean copper color, not much carbonation, nice small head, nice lacing throughout the drink.
S - Scents of hops aplenty, very hoppy.
T - The taste is pretty hoppy with a nice bitter after taste.
M - Medium body.
D - Very drinkable. Very tasty. Highly recommended.
03-16-2006 01:22:35 | More by Wasatch
3.93/5 rDev +8.6%
Draft pint at the Layton brewpub. This was delivered a nice copper/amber color with a solid 1/4-inch standing foam head. The aroma was an inviting pine-coney aura. As I drink, I get a woodsy hoppiness -- pine, and a hint of a distant forest fire -- and also a bit of a bubblegummy sweetness. Nice APA. (#2788, 4/11/2007)
04-12-2007 04:18:46 | More by Braudog
3.43/5 rDev -5.2%
Had at the Lander Brewfest.
It poured a clear and rather brilliant medium gold with a half inch head of foam.
The smell had some light citrus and grain.
The taste brought some nice citrus notes=a pleasant bitterness. Like in the smell, I got a note or 2 of grain and a touch of grass. Pretty tasty for the abv.
Light bodied, med carbonation, good mouthfeel except for just before the swallow where it gets watery. Still, I liked this one.
06-12-2011 18:32:00 | More by Bitterbill
3.73/5 rDev +3%
A: Bright, clear copper color. Poured a 1 finger coarse head that dissipated fairly quickly to a skim on the top. Even, thin lacing to the end.
S: Big Cascade flavoring hops and pine resin. Thinking there had to be some crystal malt by the way it looked, but didn't get anything in the way of malt aromas.
T: Big hops come through and do get the faint taste of slightly sweet malt. The pleasantly bitter finish makes up for the lack of malt balance.
M: Light side of medium body. May have been a bit under-carbonated. Good cleansing bitter on the back.
D: Flavorful, easy to drink and, like a lot of the Utah beers seem to be, lower abv. Its a decent beer in a category with a bunch of good beers.
01-23-2009 17:56:10 | More by Haybeerman
4/5 rDev +10.5%
served in a pint glass.
a - came to the table with a finger of rocky, tan head. retention is excellent and leaves thick clouds of lacing. color is a translucent, deep amber.
s - smells of toasted sourdough bread, grape, raisin and weedy hops. bonus points for uniqueness here.
t - follows nose with big bready malt character and dark fruity notes. has a dank sort of bitterness happening way in the back of the tongue.
m - feel is the lighter side of medium bodied with light carbonation. seems just right for the style.
overall a very enjoyable and unique beer. good to know that there are brewers out there who are still expanding on the style. recommended.
08-02-2011 04:58:26 | More by divineaudio
Polygamy Pale Ale from Roosters Brewing Company and Restaurant
83 out of 100 based on 13 ratings.