Canyon Cream Ale - Crow Peak Brewing
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Ratings: 48 | Reviews: 14 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by WoodBrew:
3.05/5 rDev +2.3%
A buddy brought this back from his summer trip out to SD. The beer poured clear yellow with a thick head initially then it dissappeared and did not notice any lacing. The smell had some honey and mild citrus. Taste was ok, malt and a little citrus. Mouthfeel had a light body and mild carbonation. Worth a try...sure....would I get it again...no.
08-04-2012 21:55:39 | More by WoodBrew
More User Reviews:
3.11/5 rDev +4.4%
Poured from a 12oz. can into a Crow Peak pint glass.
A very pale yellow in the glass with a slight head that dissipates to some spotty lacing.
The aroma is very slight, a bit of yeasty bread, maybe a hint of honey and a slight sour note in the background.
The taste is sweet with a little hop flavor early on and a little lingering bitter surrounding the sweet, malty middle.
The mouthfeel is very light and slightly bubbly.
Overall, this is a decent cream ale, easy to drink but kind of boring. Probably my least favorite Crow Peak beer.
07-25-2014 01:18:56 | More by SD-Alefan
3.25/5 rDev +9.1%
Review from notes.
A: Served in a pint glass, it was yellow in color with a foamy white head on top, with decent head retention and little bits of lacing.
S: Some honey, light fruit, and grainy malt.
T: More honey, some biscuity malt, and some light, sweet fruit.
M: Light to medium bodied with moderate carbonation.
O: A decent beer, but nothing special.
11-30-2012 03:01:58 | More by mdaschaf
3.45/5 rDev +15.8%
Crow Peak Canyon Cream Ale
12 oz. can, no apparent freshness dating
$5 can at Blatt Beer & Table, Omaha, Nebraska
Appearance: Hazy yellow-gold w/ an almost greenish cast (is this old beer?). Limited bright white head of foam. Average lacing.
Smell: Limited aroma of sweet adjunct-like malt.
Taste: Sweetish, malty, little hop, slight fruit. Basic. Accessible. Finishes dry with a mild bitterness.
Mouthfeel: Light-medium body, soft moderate carbonation. Smooth, and almost creamy.
Overall: Interesting. Tasty. Very drinkable.
01-05-2013 13:46:32 | More by NeroFiddled
3.86/5 rDev +29.5%
Had this beer in sturgis. Poured it from a can into a plastic hotel cup.
Appearance - golden with little to no head.
Smell - not much of a smell. Slightly sweet odor.
Taste - I'm a fan of cream ales and this one does not disappoint. Very light bodied and pleasant. Extremely smooth. I'm not mentioning flavors because there isn't anything strong to note. No aftertaste.
Mouthfeel - this is a perfect summertime beer. Its light, refreshing, smooth and the carbonation is pleasant.
Overall - pleasant surprise after a 12 hour drive from jackson wyoming. It was much needed and i wish I'd bought more.
07-10-2013 03:54:28 | More by sluggo013
3/5 rDev +0.7%
First off, this is not my style of beer, if you have some new to Craft Beer then this is what I would recommend. It is a smooth and light beer.
A-it looks light and yellow
S-better then a Bud Light, at least it has a smell
T-solid, light and smooth, a good beer for too pricey for me for what it is, however, it's local to the Black Hills and brewed with local Honey. If you like Cream Ales, this is a solid example but again, not my favorite type of beer.
M-not much here but that is the style so think Cream Ale
O-It's in a can, it's local to the Black Hills, put it beside a Bud or Lite and it will kick it's A**. Nuff said.
Thanks for the Can Crow Peak. Any craft beer in a can I will try. I get tired of taking glass to recycle. Aluminum is curb side and I can store more in the beer fridge and take to the pool. This is a good beer for the wife who steers clean of any IPA.
07-22-2012 19:00:17 | More by Flatlands
Canyon Cream Ale from Crow Peak Brewing
72 out of 100 based on 48 ratings.