Fallen Apple - Furthermore Beer
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3.18/5 rDev -5.4%
12oz bottle poured into a standard pint glass.
Pours a light/coppery yellow color with a light white head. Head dissolves quickly.
Not a terrible strong nose, but the apple scent certainly comes out. Very light and crisp.
A bit of an 'empty beer' as far as cream ale's go, but as a man who loves sour apples I enjoyed this beer. Nothing complex or groundbreaking about it, but a nice fall beer for those who like tart ales.
A crisp, dry beer that is well carbonated. Starts tart and finishes tart - apple lingers on the tongue through the finish.
A tasty little ale that I had higher hopes for. With that said, I would drink this again if it was served at a party but I don't think I would purchase for myself.
11-03-2013 01:51:49 | More by SleepyDrunk
2.15/5 rDev -36%
I had high hopes for this six-pack. Cream Ale sounded pleasant although I have scarcely had one before and being huge fan of a good cider I figured this would be a homerun. The flavor was just off-putting for my taste, the apple/cider was overly sweet and completely unbalanced with the ale which left a strange aftertaste. I ended up giving 4 of the 6 bottles to friends to try and they had similar feelings, however, we agreed this would be a great ingredient for beer-bread.
03-10-2013 03:44:48 | More by Lofty
3.35/5 rDev -0.3%
Pours a slight, white head. Soft aroma of apples., but a malty biscuit aroma behind that. Golden color. Starts off tart and bright like a cider, then it transitions quickly into a rich malt finish after the tartness peaks. There is a slight hop flavor in the switching in this one.
Not bad at all. I like the apple upfront, and the malt back.
01-02-2013 00:34:54 | More by TheSSG
3.23/5 rDev -3.9%
A: Clear yellow amber in color. Forms a smallish-sized fizzy head that fizzes away nearly as quickly as it forms, leaving just a light ring around the edge and no lacing.
S: Aroma is pleasant, though light. Mostly a blend of light pale malts and green apples.
T: Taste is not as pleasant. Not bad, but not great either. Starts off with a lightly sweet, sour green apple quality. Then some mild grainy malts and even a bit of a sour corn flavor. This beer has a certain sourness to it, but it's not the acetic acid/wild ale/lactic quality; it's much more of the Adjunct Lager sourness, with some apple flavoring.
M: Light bodied. Medium carbonation. Mild tartness that lingers on the tongue. Virtually no bitterness.
O: I was looking for NG Apple Ale when I came across this one at a store in Madison. The sales person advised me this was the superior beer. I'm going to have to disagree. And while I'll readily admit I'm generally a critic of the Cream Ale style, I'll also say this beer isn't going to prove me wrong, either. Drinkable, but not that I'd want to.
12-08-2012 01:41:10 | More by Florida9
Fallen Apple from Furthermore Beer
77 out of 100 based on 97 ratings.