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Pine Belt Pale Ale - Southern Star Brewing Company

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Pine Belt Pale AlePine Belt Pale Ale

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598 Ratings
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Ratings: 598
Reviews: 382
rAvg: 3.82
pDev: 12.04%
Wants: 15
Gots: 52 | FT: 0
Brewed by:
Southern Star Brewing Company visit their website
Texas, United States

Style | ABV
American Pale Ale (APA) |  6.30% ABV

Availability: Year-round

Notes/Commercial Description:
A deep copper colored ale with a substantial malt backbone accented with British crystal malts with aggressive hop bitterness and substantial American hop flavor and aroma. The yeast profile is neutral.

45 IBU

Malt: Rahr special pale, Simpsons 30-37, Crisp 45
Hops: Galena, CTZ, Nugget
Yeast: California Ale

(Beer added by: BgThang on 04-09-2008)
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Photo of jrallen34
3.98/5  rDev +4.2%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

16oz can into my Orval glass...Pours a medium copper with a super creamy tope head, great retention and lacing...The aroma is super nice, light grassy hops from start to finsh, one note but fresh and enticing, high hops going forward...The taste lets me down, all the really nice hops disappear to a sweet mess, light caramel, pretty creamy, slight hop finish...Creamy feel, kind of hard to drink, just too sweet.

A sweet pale ale not worth trying, unless that's how you like them.

jrallen34, Jul 27, 2010
Photo of kkipple
3.78/5  rDev -1%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

A biggun can thanks to the packing guru Exiled. Always nice to try a craft can beer.

No freshness date. C'mon guys, don't let Bud school you in this area. A canned on date is essential in this day and age.

Pours a rather surprisingly russet-red color, a fat dingy tan head foams up and falls just as fast, leaving about a centimeter behind in my New Belgium tulip. Good retention. Some lace present. Really quite pretty to look at against the light.

Nose is soft sweet biscuity malts (maybe TOO biscuity?) with some ripe tropical fruit in the bargain and some dashes of pine resin. None too hoppy, this is more malt-centric and the malt is of real interest here. Treads into English style.

A big sip confirms: this is a slightly hoppy, malty Amber ale to me. Nothing wrong with that at all, but I just don't think pale ale when I drink this creamy-smooth, lightly hopped, nicely malted brew. The caramel malts are just too big to be ignored, and the hops are relegated to second or third fiddle. The whole beer is quite easy to drink and a bit sweet, but it's not bad.

Soft, yet mostly-full carbonation and a fine water profile (wet, quenching) mean that you could kick a couple of these back in the Texas sun. The (relative) lack of bitterness helps up the drinkable-ness of this, too. Nice.

Pine Belt Pale is a fine beer, perhaps tweaked a little for its own local market. Nothing wrong with that, but if I were in charge I'd call it something vague like "Big Red" and change the hop bill to be a little more dynamic, while retaining the wetness and low bitterness that make this quite drinkable. Just calling it a Pale Ale is a bit of a disservice -- this is unique enough to cut its own path through the Southern desert.

kkipple, Jul 22, 2010
Photo of deereless
3.6/5  rDev -5.8%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

A: A solid head with good retention, light brown in color, opaque to hazy with visible sediment - 3.75, S: Nice citrusy and bready aroma, some faint tropical fruits - papaya and pineapple, very pleasant aroma - 4.25, T: Significant hop bite, very green and piney with some grapefruit pith, a toasty malt base with a mellow caramel flavor - 3.50, M; Medium light in body with a slight silkiness - 3.50, D: I went into this beer blind and with low expectations but was nicely surprised, not a knock-your-socks off beer but a solid APA with a decent dose of hops - 3.50

deereless, Jul 02, 2010
Photo of hooliganlife
3.75/5  rDev -1.8%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

thanks to brandoneast

pours a slight opaque orange and copper with a nice fluffy pillow like head. great retention and great lacing.

lots of pine up front with a soft sweet citrus and faint malts.

lots of bitterness. a slight underlying bitterness that really has no flavor and a much more profound bitterness that is huge on pine. malt backbone really holds strong with a dominate malt flavor. pretty straight forward

comes off as thin with a lot of micro carbonation filling it out.

good stuff, i would like to see a bit more complexity with the hops to give this a bit something more. drinks easy, i would drink this again and i will.

hooliganlife, Jun 30, 2010
Photo of TMoney2591
4.22/5  rDev +10.5%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Served in a Devil's Backbone willibecher.

One of the few remaining necklace ears from the post-DLD death march. In retrospect, it was quite a march (take that, Ho Chi Minh!). This guy pours an ever-so-slightly hazy tawny amber with over a finger of thick ecru froth on top, which, though pretty long in the tooth, dies away to nearly nothing, leaving some decent lacing behind. Like Bender in that one episode, it just wants to be remembered. The nose comprises very buttery toffee, caramel, and some hoppy florals. A bit o' greenery's in there too, just not much of it. The taste is a beautifully balanced mix of hops (citrus and floral, both adding their distinct bitternesses) and buttery malts, leaving a lovely flavor that bounces between the two camps until they're completely combined, as one. The body is a light medium (though if it doesn't start eating right it'll only gain weight), with moderate carbonation and a fairly dry finish. If this were available in my area, 'twould be my new go-to pale. Get some!

TMoney2591, Jun 19, 2010
Photo of vdread
4.05/5  rDev +6%
look: 5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

i love the 16 oz craft cans. i wish i saw more of this. Southern Star Pine Belt Pale Ale pours a dark hazy amber with a huge rocky cap

smells hoppy, juicy with pine sap and citrus. moderate malty sweetness is noted.

the hops are bright and sharp with pine sap, leafyness, and some citrus. the malt is thick with caramel and toasty. bitterness is not aggressive, but it is strong. it's well balanced, and tasty.

mouthfeel creamy, lingering. good for the style. though the hops are strong, the aftertaste is all malt.

this was the second excellent beer that i've had from Southern Star. they make some awesome brews, and i especially love the 16oz cans.

vdread, Jun 08, 2010
Photo of corby112
3.9/5  rDev +2.1%
look: 4 | smell: 3 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

16oz. Can poured into a Sierra Nevada pint glass at Pizza Italia in San Antonio.

Pours a hazy golden orange amber color with golden burnt orange hues when held to a light source and a half finger white head that quickly settles into a lasting ring. Chunks of lacing left behind.

Slight toasty aroma with hints of caramel biscuit and toffee along with some earhy hops. The hops are pretty earthy with hints of pine and faint citrus fruit but the nose on this beer is dominated by the malts.

Slightly chewy medium body that was much fuller than I expected with a very hop forward presence. Again, I was surprised about how hoppy this beer was based on the aroma. Lots of dry earthy pine notes and a slight citrus presence that cuts downthe bitterness some. Well balanced by a sweet caramel malt backbone with hints of toffee and biscuit. Not as roasty as the aroma suggests but it's still there. Quite comPlex and very quaffable. Recommended for hop heads!

corby112, May 31, 2010
Photo of GregSVT
3.7/5  rDev -3.1%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 3.5

16oz can into a pint glass

A: Pours a nice amber color with a big white head that fades very slowly leaving a lot of nice lacing on the glass. Also has a good amount of particles floating around which is why this is score is about a point lower than what it would have been. I'm not a fan of this and wish brewers would do more to filter their beers.

S: The nose is piney and citrusy with a good amount of malt in the background. Lots of tropical fruit aromas...smells wonderful.

T: The taste is a bit less exciting than the nose but is good. Bitter hops give way to a malty backbone that is full of fruity and caramel tones. I'd like a bit more hop flavor in this.

M: The feel is creamy and medium bodied. One of the better aspects on this beer.

D: A decent Pale Ale and something I'd like to try fresh on tap before I make a final judgement. I have a feeling this can has sat on the shelf for a bit too long and the hops have faded.

GregSVT, May 26, 2010
Photo of number1bum
4.1/5  rDev +7.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Many thanks to krisandajt for a can of this.

Pours a murky amber color with a burnt orange hint to it. Generates a good two plus inches of creamy light beige head. Keeps a mostly full, somewhat patchy lace, with some good stick on the sides.

The smell is leaping out of the glass before I even finish the pour - a big bouquet of citrusy hops. This is a pale ale? It smells as hoppy as many IPAs and I'm loving it. Orange, grapefruit, some pineapple, all very juicy and fresh. Some caramel too. Very nice.

Taste is also very fruity, with lots of orange and grapefruit, but a good amount of tropical fruit and pineapple too; more than in the smell. There is some caramel sweetness in the finish to provide some balance, but the fruit flavors really shine here. Hop bitterness is modest in the finish; maybe a tad too modest actually, as even for a pale ale I'd prefer just a bit more bitterness.

Mouthfeel is a pretty creamy medium body, with very modest carbonation. It's quite smooth but a bit more carbonation would improve the finish I think.

This is a very good APA and I love the pint can. The nose is amazing and there is a ton of fruity hop flavor too. It's quite drinkable. I enjoyed this one very much.

number1bum, May 25, 2010
Photo of indiapaleale
3.58/5  rDev -6.3%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Pour - pretty dark golden to auburn in color. I guess you could call it copper or even rusty in color. A big bubbly off-white head tops this one quite nicely.

Aroma - what is it about hoppy beers in cans? The hop aroma is so much more intense. Pine Belt Pale Ale has a great fresh skunky, dank sort of piney/skunky hop smell that just sucks you in like you just stuck your head in a bucket of hops. Behind all that hop goodness is a bit of caramel or brown sugar sweetness that just makes you feel good about this beer.

Taste - one big sip and I've been seduced. There is a lot of hop potency up front followed by a very sweet syrupy back. I'd say things are pretty balanced and even though all of the super fresh hop aroma that was present earlier doesn't quite come through in the taste, this is still a winner. Pine Belt Pale leans more toward the malty side of the spectrum with some citrusy notes and a bit of an astringent quality on the tongue but its not enough to make any hophead worth their weight in hops turn a head. But hey, its a pale ale! This is very drinkable and the quality is very high. Seek it out and enjoy.

Overall - a maltier Pale Ale that is for sure, Pine Belt satisfies my thirst and delivers a lot of flavor and sticking my nose in that glass is pretty nice too! If you find some of this but it as you won't be disappointed.

Would I buy more of it? - Definitely, this is a very solid APA and you've got to love the pint cans!

indiapaleale, May 21, 2010
Photo of yourefragile
3.9/5  rDev +2.1%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

16 oz can from a trade, poured into a nonic.

Skipping to the end, I'd love to have this beer available locally. Not the best APA, but fairly unique with a wonderful hoppy and citrus aroma and clear deep amber body with a massive retentive rocky off white head. The flavor doesn't quite live up to the rest of the presentation, fairly citrus sweet for an APA with minimal actual hop flavor or bitterness and a strong caramel like malt body. Very easy drinking APA that isn't as good as Alpha King or Daisy Cutter but still stands above the rest of the pack.

yourefragile, May 21, 2010
Photo of Gyle41386
3.73/5  rDev -2.4%
look: 5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Poured from a can into a pint glass. Thanks to xpimptastikx for the hookup.

Amber pour with two fingers of dense foam. Retention is excellent, and there's some nice lacing on the glass. Hard to find a better-looking pale ale.

Hoppy nose, though the hops favor the earthy/spicy/musty side, as opposed to the citrus and pine I expected. Then again, maybe that's influenced by the British crystal malt, which is giving biscuit and caramel like aromas.

The flavor is about the same. There's a piney hop flavor that adds an extra dimension, which is a plus. Lots of caramel sweetness and biscuity malt. Certainly not going to confuse this for an IPA...and I have to keep reminding myself of that.

Medium bodied, with medium carbonation. I enjoy the texture of this one. Soft, almost plush feel. Decent lasting flavor, and no hint of the 6.5% ABV, which is a bit higher than I would have expected.

Good balance, and an easy drinker. Pine Belt Pale Ale is pretty good stuff, and makes me a little more excited to open up the cans of Buried Hatchet Stout I have.

Gyle41386, May 17, 2010
Photo of krisandajt
3.83/5  rDev +0.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

A beer courtesy of Adouble, a very generous BA. Cheers!

Appearance: An easy pour from a can into my SA Perfect Pint Glass, the beer is a somewhat cloudy, deep, vibrant amber color. There's a huge mound of off-white fluffy head sitting on top of this brew that just doesn't seem to fade...great retention! The lacing is fairly minimal, leaving only thin soapy rings where the beer comes to a rest.

Smell: The nose is crisp, hoppy, and rather impressive for the style. The smell is really outstanding. I'm hoping the taste follows suit.

Taste: The taste isn't as hoppy as the smell would hint at. The hops are still there, but there's more of a malt presence that actually slightly dominates the hops. I'd prefer a bit more of a hoppy bite, but this is a tasty beer regardless.

Mouthfeel: A nice robust body, but despite the ample head at the initial pour I find the beer to be a bit under-carbonated. I could have used a bit more fizz.

Drinkability: I have to give this beer some good marks for drinkability, it's a good beer. I do believe, however, that there are one or two things that, if improved, could make this a great beer. That being said, it's easy drinking, smooth, and tasty. I would gladly another one of these. Thanks again John!

krisandajt, May 08, 2010
Photo of BamaBeerBuff
4.22/5  rDev +10.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Picked this one up locally, interestingly enough.

A: Pours a deep, bright crimson color like a blood orange. The head stands very tall, meringue-like and ecru on over the top of the beer. Thick sudsy lacing on the glass. Beer itself is cloudy and filled with all kinds of little floaties.

S: Herbal, slightly piney hop presence balanced well with a clean, lightly fruity malt aroma. Well-balanced but still relatively hop-centric. Quite pleasant.

T&M: Flavor is a more vibrant blend of deep pine flavor, almost wood-like flavor. A citrusy, almost lemon-like hop flavor is present, as well, adding an interesting twinge of flavor to the otherwise rustic theme. Malt is caramel and bready, slightly toasted, and complimentary more than anything else. The finish is drying without being too extreme. It really is a very drinkable pale ale. Body is full for a standard pale ale, and the carbonation is relatively light--in fact, a good bit of it seems to have gone towards forming the massive head, even after a very gentle pour.

D: Well, it's quite easy to gulp down. The flavor is quite unique and enjoyable without being too intense. A fine brew, though there are many, many very well done APAs out there.

BamaBeerBuff, May 06, 2010
Photo of jamie2dope
3.48/5  rDev -8.9%
look: 4 | smell: 3 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

I got a single of this as an extra from mar. Thanks for the opportunity dude. Nice coloration on this one: a hazed dark orange, with a frothy white head. Nose has some bread like malts, some earthy hop presence, and a little bit of fruit as well. The balance is pretty impressive here, with the malt and hops complimenting each other, but with the latter winning in the end. It comes off rather spicy and juicy in places, but with an odd metallic twang near the end. The body of this beer is right on track for this style, and is pretty damn refreshing as well. I am enjoying this one more and more with every sip. All I can say is cheers to another brewery using cans, and to the first brew I have had from Texas.

jamie2dope, May 05, 2010
Photo of myost88
3.95/5  rDev +3.4%
look: 3 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Poured from 16 oz can into a shaker style pint.

Appearance- Hazy copper color. A little darker than some pales but still within the bounds. Head is 2 fingers and smooth. No real lacing present. It lives up to the slogan on the can "Clarity is overrated."

Smell- Smell is mostly pine (hence the name). Floral hops are present and there is a tough of grapefruit. No real malt in the smell.

Taste- Pine makes its presence known. But the real hop burst of flavor is grapefruit. The malt that was lacking in the smell reared its head here, making for a nicely balanced pale.

Mouthfeel- Very smooth. I was impressed. Coming from a can I expected an overcarbonated beer but this one is creamy rather than peppery. I can only imagine how smooth this would be from a cask. Light body. A nice change of pace.

Drinkability- Highly drinkable. Really the perfect beer for spending a TX night out on the porch. The 4 pack of 16 oz cans is not long for the fridge.

Overall- A nice beer from an underrated company. I need bigger glassware so I can pour the whole pint.

myost88, May 03, 2010
Photo of emmasdad
3.93/5  rDev +2.9%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Poured from the tall boy can a very nice orangeish-amber color with a good amount of billowy white foam. A very surprising, but very nice, hoppy aroma, full of fresh pine and citrus. Tastes a lot like it smells, with good sweet malt balanced nicely with piney/citrusy hops. Got this one as an extra in a trade, with no expectations whatsoever, and was quite pleasantly surprised.

emmasdad, Apr 26, 2010
Photo of PeprSprYoFace
3.78/5  rDev -1%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Pours an Orangeish Red with a nice White head offering nice sticky lacing.

Aroma is not much. Smells almost like a barley wine. Smells like big foot but not as strong and not enough dry hop aroma.

Tastes pretty good. Tastes also alot like Bigfoot but less hoppy and not as heavy for sure. Pretty good. Could use a little more flavor.

Mouthfeel is a little thick for a pale. I like mine more dry.

Overall a decent pale. Not worth seeking out but check it out if you see it at the store or something

PeprSprYoFace, Apr 12, 2010
Photo of Kromes
4.18/5  rDev +9.4%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

A: a nice looking crystal clear amber beer with a thick tan colored head. Nice lacing down the glas.

S: The aroma is mostly fresh piney hops with some malt in the background.

T: There is a noticeable sweet toasted malt flavor up front and then the fruity pine-like hop flavor jumps in. The finish is a little bit bitter, but the malt sweetness and flavor never really goes away.

M: The beer has a good feel to it and the finish is a little bitter and somewhat dry.

D: A very nice, well crafted american pale ale. Very drinkable, highly recommend picking this up if you are in Texas.

Kromes, Apr 10, 2010
Photo of DarthMalt
4.43/5  rDev +16%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

"Sometimes I wonder if beer brewers dabble in places that the law has yet to find." -- DarthMalt

Halfway through this one (first of the night) and I was on Cloud 9. There's a little shuck and jive at first (knowing that there might be a micro suckerpunch inside), but ohh-noo. This one just aims to please. And please it does.

Pours nice (fluffy and good). Smells contentious like your usual micro. But then, sip (mmm...). Taste (MMM...!). And, [Breastfeeders take note] Let the letdown begin. Mama Mia! Take me home micro road!

Finish is irrelevant after one like this.
So are hops.

This is just a good un'.


PS - The tagline/slogan of this micro/brewey rules!:

"Clarity is overrated."

DarthMalt, Apr 07, 2010
Photo of WorldWideStout
4/5  rDev +4.7%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 5

Christening my Sam Adams Boston Lager glass from smutty33 with this brew sent by JJFoodie. A tip of the hat to Jim and Jeff for their generous extras!

Note - I do not often drink IPAs.

A: A perfectly amber body with a huge, off-white head. I really love the top of it - all the small, delicate bubbles remind me of a cobweb for some reason. It's not rocky at all. Great, sticky lacing.

S: What greets me first is actually a decent amount of maltiness. Followed immediately by hoppiness of a tropical fruit nature; mangos and papayas are what I can pick out. Not much bitterness.

T: Starts off with the maltiness and tropical fruit, but immediately afterwards a fairly strong, piney, but not too bitter taste comes in. This bitterness fades near the end, allowing the malt and fruit to come back in a bit, and the after taste is naught but a whisper of bitter.

M: Maybe a bit too much carbonation, but pretty good. There's a nice, gentle creaminess going on.

D: As drinkable as they come.

Well, this was pretty enjoyable. I don't think I'll ever be a hophead, but these hoppier pale ales without much bitterness work out well for me. I may have to investigate this style more in the coming, warmer months.

WorldWideStout, Mar 27, 2010
Photo of drpimento
3.33/5  rDev -12.8%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 3 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3

Hmm, interesting, sort of. Poured a fantastic huge, foamy, frothy, textured light tan head that lasts and lots of lace. Color is a clear medium amber. Aroma is caramel malt, grain, citrus, and lots of hop. Flavor is same but also an odd juxtaposition of the above characteristics that yields some flavors that don't work so well: not quite butterscotch or wet cardboard, but similar. Body is decent and so is carbonation. Finish is like flavor. Beer overall is not quite good, but similar.

drpimento, Mar 24, 2010
Photo of tpd975
3.18/5  rDev -16.8%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3

A: Pours a golden shade with tones of amber. Nice tall head with no real retention or lace.

S: Aromas of caramel malt, pine, and light citrus.

T: Malty sweetness, with subtle hoppy notes. More pine than citrus. There is a big wet cardboard like thing going on that is less than impressive.

M: Medium in body, ample carbonation.

D: Rather forgettable.

tpd975, Mar 24, 2010
Photo of cpetrone84
4.08/5  rDev +6.8%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

A-orangish copper color with a light haze and a lot of bubbles rising to the top. The head pours about 2 full fingers and is a very light tan, almost off white, tight and fluffy. Huge retention, its not really moving at all. When it finally starts to dissipate a thin lacing is left completely coating the glass. the head alone bumps this appearance up as it is extremely impressive.

S-the nose is quite aromatic and brings a whole lot of piney hops living up to the name. It brings a hint of oily hops to accompany a strong note of pine resign. Light grapefruit hops finish off to add a bit of a tropical element. This is much like an IPA

T-The start brings a light note of caramel malts that must have been overpowered by the hops in the nose. The piney hops are present in the middle giving way to just a touch of gapefruit and bitterness at the finish.

M-this is a bit rough and prickly with a high level of carbonation. The body is relatively light and brings a dry finish.

D-this is a very decent Pale Ale, however the nose built it up to be something special on the Alpha King level of pale ales. It has big bold flavors and a great hop profile. Love the beers in a can!

cpetrone84, Mar 14, 2010
Photo of billab914
3.73/5  rDev -2.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Poured from a 16 oz can into my Dogfish shaped pint glass. Poured a dark amber orange color with a big fluffy white head. The head lasted very well throughout drinking the beer and it left excellent lacing on the sides of the glass. It was darker then most pale's but still a very nice looking beer.

The aroma is strong with a herbal, hoppy, pine and spruce flavor with a little bit of a spicy kick to the hops. The taste has a bit more malty and caramel flavors then the nose did, but it also has herbal hoppy flavor coming through. It has some pine, citrus and a slight malt sweetness coming through in the finish.

Mouthfeel is medium bodied with moderate carbonation. Drinkability is good, it was a very good tasting and easy drinking beer. I'm going to have to keep an eye out for this on my trip to Texas this fall.

billab914, Mar 12, 2010
Pine Belt Pale Ale from Southern Star Brewing Company
86 out of 100 based on 598 ratings.