Fest Of Fury - Hopworks Urban Brewery
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Ratings: 5 | Reviews: 3 | Display Reviews Only:
4.18/5 rDev +8.6%
A growler filled this morning, the very first pour from a new keg at HUB's BikeBar. Served in a couple mugs, refilled repeatedly. Opened and enjoyed while watching the bicycles pass by our front yard ~ Portland Sunday Parkways. Appropriate!
A: Autumnal amber with a subtle fiery glow, little hazy. Modest carbonation and a healthy khaki head, a dense foam just shy of a finger. Creamy lace in fine sheets.
S: Light and slightly honey-sweetened. Caramel malt and cereal grains. Very little of the hop aroma shows, a bit of a disappointment considering its fresh hop addition - but a nice snapping Oktoberfest regardless.
T: The requisite malty nuttiness with the addition of bright grassy-green hops that add a layer of bright bitterness to a sturdy and authentic seasonal. Mild pine and big spice emanate from those hops, excellent balance.
M: A bit thin across the tongue, but a building thickness. Starts with a nip of sharpness, but finishes smoother/cleaner. For the style, quite refreshing.
O: The more I have fresh-hopped beers, the more I appreciate them. This one is beautifully sessionable (at 5%). First tried at a local fresh hops festival in 2009, one I've had multiple times since. First growler of the fall; definitely not the last. Highly recommended for someone who likes an Oktoberfest with a modest jolt of hops.
09-25-2011 22:12:20 | More by msubulldog25
3.53/5 rDev -8.3%
On tap at Roscoes in PDX during the Fresh Hop Ale Summit
- Orangy malty light clear bubbly brew.. light tan head.... looks much like your typical Oktoberfest brew... dark copper.
- Sweet malts, syrupy sweet grains and breads... biscuit, and some grassy pine hop... roasty and bready.
- Smooth balanced... light bready and sweet biscuit malts, grassy earthy hop... certainly something unique for a fresh hop brew.
- Bitter drying, light bodied... slightly chewy and sticky..
- Overall not bad... but not great... but Hopworks did have many other fresh hop brews... and I bet they were all a lot better.
12-05-2010 01:19:35 | More by Docer
4.03/5 rDev +4.7%
Fresh hop oktoberfest draft at Hopworks.
appearance - dark copper, transparent, good head and retention
smell - sweet and hoppy
taste - big malt profile with floral hops that punch through
mouthfeel - big body for 5.6%, moderate carbonation, slightly oily body
drinkability - feels like a big brew but the abv is moderate, has a good flavor profile, very tasty
10-22-2010 18:04:25 | More by djbreezy
Fest Of Fury from Hopworks Urban Brewery
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