Always Sunny - Allentown Brew Works
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4.45/5 rDev +32.4%
Great summer beer. From a bottle pored into a Corsendonk Christmas Ale tulip glass. Nice head then nice lacing afterwards. Has a great summer taste and smell--lemon or somekind of zest. Great mouthfeel and just enough zip to give you a nice buzz without being overly boozy. Really nice spring/summer brew!
05-11-2012 22:54:34 | More by csrbv
4.13/5 rDev +22.9%
A yellow amber color with good carbonation activity, clear and bright with a very ample white froth on top and seriously blanketing gobs of lacing left behind. The aroma is unmistakable pissy hops, sharp and citrusy over thick biscuit grain. A happy encounter for the hop enthusiast. Definitely more resembling an IPA. The flavor brings a very grassy grain hops, biscuit brightness, befitting the name. This is fairly light in body with a summery, refreshing feel, full of luscious carbonation. The flavor seems a bit one dimensional but it’s drinkable enough and it reveals more bready grains as you go through it. A tad watery but overall, for pure hay flavored grassy hop pleasure it’s quite a decent choice.
12-21-2011 01:33:48 | More by Durge
3.94/5 rDev +17.3%
Poured into my Goose Island tulip glass.
A: Light amber with a slight haze. Tall white head with good retention and lacing.
S: Nose picked up hints of dusty flowers and soap.
T: Was similar mostly floral hops with a orange kick.
M: Medium to light. Finish was dry and tangy.
O: I like this one, it brought back memories of the decorative soap I use to see in the guest bathroom at my grandparents house in the 70's. Plus I live in Florida and its always sunny here.
06-11-2013 02:47:52 | More by bcsbeer
3.9/5 rDev +16.1%
A: This poured a clear gold with moderate white head.
S: It smelled like lemongrass with some copper and fresh wheat
T: It tasted like copper and lemon hops, with some honey and fresh wheat. It had a clean and bitter aftertaste.
M: It was watery with moderate carbonation. Decent body.
D: This was a nice pale ale with ok scent, but great taste on par with many IPAs. The body was good with a mellow finish, so it was easy to drink. Not ground breaking, but a solid and enjoyable brew.
02-03-2013 04:50:03 | More by Pencible
3.8/5 rDev +13.1%
Had a pint at the Allentown location. Appeared clear gold with a short white head. You know, there's no massive hops or big kick, but this is fine example of a sessionable pale ale. The clean citrus spice has a crisp bite and stands out over the mild caramel malts. This beer leans to the hops, but the brewery calls this "West Cost style" and it fits the bill.
08-12-2012 23:44:11 | More by tempest
3.78/5 rDev +12.5%
This brew pours with a very fluffy white head, strong carbonation and is about 50% opaque. It is a nice clear yellow when held up to the light and a brown/orange color when not held up to the light.
The smell is piney hops, soapy, pine resin, orange and other citrus hops.
The taste follows the nose with piney and orange hops at the beginning, moving to a malt backbone the dry piney hops at the end. A dry aftertaste is left in the mouth after swallowing along with a little pine resin.
The feel is solid and chewy but also dry. This goes down kind of rough due to the bitter, dry aftertaste.
Overall this is a solid but unimpressive American IPA. It has potential but the dryness is a real turn off for me; a little more hop oil would be better. However, if you like a brew with a dry aftertaste, go for it. A little more flavor complexity would be nice as well.
05-23-2014 21:35:04 | More by microbrewlover
3.69/5 rDev +9.8%
Pours a cloudy pale orange-straw color that is more reminiscent of a kolsch or a pils than an APA. At least two fingers of fluffy head illustrate that this baby's live -- there is some good head retention as well. The nose is very mild - couldn't discern much. The body is light, but the hops certainly poke through at times, especially on the finish. There also appears to be a touch of pepper on the finish which is quite pleasant.
07-20-2012 13:40:55 | More by 57md
3.68/5 rDev +9.5%
Draft at The Pour House in Westmont, NJ.
Pours a clear light golden orange color with yellowish hues and half finger white head that immediately settles into a lasting ring. Streaks of lacing left behind.
Slightly earthy aroma with a good balance of perfumy citrus fruit and pale makt. Subtle lemon rind and pineapple notes along with faint grassy pine needle, biscuit and graham cracker.
On the fuller end of medium bodied with a crisp hop bite that provides a decent amount of dry bitterness which is countered by sweet fruit and pale malts. The grassy pine and dry bitterness are quickly countered by sweet citrus and tropical fruit flavor. Hints of orange and lemon peel as well as some pineapple and mango. This is countered by bready yeast, biscuity malt and caramel. Well balanced and very quaffable. More complex then expected. Nice surprise.
07-25-2012 02:28:59 | More by corby112
3.63/5 rDev +8%
This pours out as a clear looking yellowish orange color. The head is white and settles pretty quickly. The smell of the beer has a good balance of Malta and citrusy hops on the nose. The flavors give off bright elements of lemon and grapefruit. The mouthfeel of the beer is smooth, light bodied and easy going. Overall this is a pretty refreshing beer. I can see myself enjoying this more in the warmer months.
04-21-2012 17:34:42 | More by Knapp85
3.58/5 rDev +6.5%
Appearance: Pours a clear golden color with a very nice head; excellent stickage and lace
Smell: Bready, with a slight citrus fruit character
Taste: Opens bready but quickly moves in a fruity direction, bringing a slightly floral, citrusy tone; the finish is a little rough, with a grainy character
Mouthfeel: Medium body with moderate carbonation
Overall: Not a bad pale ale, at all; other than the finish, this is very easy to drink and has a nice flavor profile
06-11-2012 23:49:44 | More by brentk56
3.55/5 rDev +5.7%
A: Princeton orange coloring, slight haze with a moderately paced display of micro-bubbles. The head is 1 inch, oat colored, milky-frothy in texture, with a moderately rate of retention. A low visual appeal of lacing.
S: Dry orange and pine for aroma, flowery, citrus and grapefruit. Herbaceous notes of parsely, dry celery, with a pretty good show of hops for a pale.
T: Citrusy grapefruit with dry oranges, flowery hops with some toasted sweet speciality grains. A bit of pine, spicy herbaceous note, piney-alcohol dry fade. Nice maltiness, good depth adding substance and backbone.
M: Spicy mouthful, herbaceous grapefruit, light-medium body, decent amount of carbonation presence with a dry hoppy fade of flowery pine and grapefruit.
O: Good rate of drinkability, spicy herbaceous, dry show of west coast hops and good malt support for balance. Likeable.
04-10-2013 00:26:48 | More by beerthulhu
Always Sunny from Allentown Brew Works
77 out of 100 based on 104 ratings.