Blue Mountain Classic Lager - Blue Mountain Brewery
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Reviews by obywan59:
3.39/5 rDev -4%
Crystal clear and golden to tawny orange in color. A 1 1/2 finger off white head and light lacing.l Decent carbonation.
Rich sweet malt and herbal/grassy hops in the aroma. A bit of earthiness seems almost doughy.
Primarily sweet malt upfront with light grassy hops and faint bitterness. Light citrus lays on the tongue.
Medium bodied and crisp leaving a light syrupy coating.
An easy drinker and rather sessionable. A nice light offering suitable for the season.
07-10-2013 02:13:28 | More by obywan59
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3.48/5 rDev -1.4%
Poures into a becker a dull light goden with a half finger bone white head atop that leaves a few broken globs of lace behind as it settles.Grainy with a light smack of herbal hobs in the nose but it's pretty clean.Quite dry on the palate with a decent crispness and pretty full feel.A good after work beer and will go good in my homemade German sausage Iam making tomorrow.
02-24-2014 00:24:46 | More by oberon
3.9/5 rDev +10.5%
Bottle pours a hazy amber with a healthy offwhite head. Good retention and lots of patchy lacing.
Aroma has spicy and floral noble hops with a vague fruitiness underneath. A hint of toasted malt.
Creamy moderate carbonation and a light medium body.
Taste has a bitter and earthy hoppiness that is balanced well by a subtly sweet malt profile. A hint of ripe pears adds some depth. Finishes clean, with a lingering bitterness.
A very drinkable lager. Thanks to mntlover for my first Blue Mountain brew..
06-05-2009 21:17:31 | More by merlin48
3.5/5 rDev -0.8%
Appearance: light yellow in color with a nice developed head.
Smell: neutral, some slight earthy scent.
Taste: malty and slight grassy hint.
Mouthfeel: medium bodied, crisp after taste.
Drinkability: This lager is pretty standard, but it really did the trick after a day at the beach
08-01-2011 15:20:23 | More by KMcG
3.78/5 rDev +7.1%
This was my very first offering from "Blue Mountain Brewery" and I wasn't disappointed.
S = There was a slight citrus/floral aroma.
T = Mildy sweet with a nice fruity taste upfront with a hint of hops bitterness near the end. The finish was dry without much bitterness and I was left with a very nice sweet/fruit flavor.
MF = Moderate carbonation.
Overall = I felt this beer was well balanced and very easy to drink.
03-08-2008 05:11:03 | More by Riverwarrior
3.53/5 rDev 0%
a: standard pint, the pour produces a bone white head that falls slowly and exhibits average retention, the beer is a clear, light amber in color
s: lightly caramelized pale lager malts with a mild, grassy noble hop aroma, whole grain crackers, good balance
m: carbonation around medium in level with body that's light but not thin, a bit dull on the palate
t: some mild, grainy caramel from a base of pale and lightly toasted lager malts, just a touch sweet, grassy hop flavors, finishes with flavors of grain crackers and a moderate hop bitterness dries things out a bit, good lager if not really a standout
d: easy enough, not quite as drinkable as the style can be
six-pack from the brewery in Afton
08-17-2009 03:09:26 | More by blackie
4.33/5 rDev +22.7%
A: Pours a clean gold, about a finger and a half creamy head. Looks like a nice lager should... rather nice.
S: A nice, light citrus/fruit nose, a nice touch of hops in there.
T: Fruity, sweet malt flavours, followed by hops. Quite a nice balance of malts/hops, with a rather hoppy finish. This is a good, straight forward lager, and I'd say it's quite honest to the commercial description.
M: Not at all overly carbonated, though perhaps not too crisp, either. Again, a decent balance, and a nicely rounded lager.
D: Could be a touch high in ABV for some, but I would certainly treat this as a session brew. Quite good for its class, and fortunately, it's a local brewery. It serves as a good respresentative of its style.
01-18-2008 01:27:07 | More by Proteus93
3.3/5 rDev -6.5%
Poured into a pint glass.
4.0 A: Pours a clear golden yellow color. Two fingers of frothy head. The first finger dies very quickly, but the last one has decent retention. Just a touch of spotty lacing.
4.0 S: Earthy spiciness and grassy hops. Somewhat sweet neutral malt aroma. Not bad.
3.0 T: Soft bitterness. Grassy and earthy hops again. There's definitely some corny DMS going on here.
3.5 M: Light body. Carbonation is a little higher than I'd prefer. Would be smooth, but has corny aftertaste.
3.0 D: Not terrible, but definitely much better lawnmower beers out there.
06-22-2010 04:00:42 | More by DavoleBomb
4/5 rDev +13.3%
This is a solid local offering. This is my local Go-To Beer. Pours a Clean straw color with a great two finger white head. smells of roasted grain and fresh hops. Tase it great. Again, it's grainy, mild bitterness due to hops, hops lend a faint piny note balanced malts. It's not overly complex, but solid enough to return to over and over. If you "just want a beer" this is your ticket. This is one local brewery that i speak highly of often.
07-08-2010 14:45:07 | More by PreacherBrewer
Blue Mountain Classic Lager from Blue Mountain Brewery
81 out of 100 based on 93 ratings.