Tallgrass Ale - Tallgrass Brewing Company
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3.85/5 rDev +7.5%
Old Chicago's in Topeka had this on tap, and to my dismay they served it in a chilled glass. No biggie, but I think it hampered the aroma and appearance.
Good rich brown color, hazelnut-ish. Head was barely visible due to the serving style.
Semi sweet aroma, slight hints of malt and almond. Again, hampered by chilled glass.
Nice taste, really cold though. Malt sweetness, but not overbearing and blended well with some caramel and herbal notes. Smooth with a clean finish for a brown ale. Pleasantly surprised with this brew from Manhattan.
02-14-2008 01:30:26 | More by Mebuzzard
3.9/5 rDev +8.9%
Really enjoy this brown ale brewed right down the road from me. Got a small keg for the Saturday games this weekend and put quite a dent in it by the end of the day. Nice pour of deep brown with tan head. Nice and clear. Aroma is of fruity ale yeast and nuts. Initial taste is hoppy bitterness with fruity yeast that quickly leads to nutty malts and burnt caramel. Finishes dry and clean. Very light and drinkable over an entire day. Hope to see more from Tallgrass in the future.
12-02-2007 04:59:03 | More by bwatson
4.33/5 rDev +20.9%
Thanks to Ratboy for this beer (bwatson). He bought it direct from the local brewer. Pours a dark brown from the keg with no sediment. It says "Come drink me, Wardo". Smells of malty nuts and yeasts come rolling through. Taste is of malts. Carmel rolls into the equation about 10 seconds after you take a sip. Hops are very subtle at the end. It gets sweeter with time. Mouthfeel is medium with a balanced carbonation. This is a great session beer and very drinkable (seeing as that we've been drinking this for 10+hours (still more to go)). I like this beer.
12-02-2007 04:35:48 | More by wardough
Tallgrass Ale from Tallgrass Brewing Company
81 out of 100 based on 153 ratings.