Redhook Copperhook - Redhook Ale Brewery
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2.95/5 rDev -10.9%
On tap at Mammoser's Tavern in Hamburg,poured from the tap a lighter clear copper looked quite fizzy with a thinner soapy-like white head atop.Mild toasty aromas a hint of leafy hop but its faint,thin fizzy mouthfeel felt like I was drinking a soft drink more than beer.Pretty standard flavors mildly toasty and grainy with a hint of sweetness a bit of caramel.Really sub par in my mind thats to bad it could be decent but it just seems thrown together.
03-08-2008 00:17:21 | More by oberon
2.35/5 rDev -29%
Appearance True to its name, this ale is a bright copper in color with a decent head that pitted as it sat.
Smell This is very balanced between cheap grain and cheap hops.
Taste The crappy malts take over at the taste. It tastes like throw-up with leaves.
Mouthfeel This is big, Id say medium-bodied, with little carbonation and an overly heavy mouthfeel.
Sinkability Good thing I have some penicillin left over from that bought I had with syphilis a few months bag, cause Im gonna need it.
04-01-2006 00:33:50 | More by RoyalT
3.63/5 rDev +9.7%
Poured from a 12 oz. bottle into a pint glass.
A: Light coppery color with an orange hue. Very light head that dissipates quickly to a light ring of bubbles. Very little lacing.
S: Relatively malty in aroma, light to moderate in toast. There is a little bit of a bread-like or yeasty smell. Really not much in the way of hops at all.
T: Malty in flavor though a touch dry overall. Rather interesting in that sweetness is implied a bit but there is such a good balance with the bittering hops that it balances out very well. The linger is relatively long with a light malt finish.
M&D: Mouthfeel is relatively full for a lighter bodied brew but still rather satisfying. The carbonation is mostly light and stays pretty consistent throughout the glass. The smoothness and nice complexity make this generally enjoyable with good drinkability.
04-05-2008 00:50:52 | More by SIRIUS2
3.3/5 rDev -0.3%
The springtime release from Redhook, it promises to be clear and citrusy. It is a nice-looking beer. A clear copper color with a small head and a little bit of lacing. Aroma was all butter. It did have a muted citrus taste, with a little tang. A tiny bit of hops. An OK session beer.
01-31-2007 23:40:56 | More by lordofthewiens
2.53/5 rDev -23.6%
Appearance: Copper color...label doesn't lie. Thin white head.
Smell: Not much in the old nose here. Kind of disappointed. At least it didn't smell like metal.
Taste: Pretty balanced for an American Pale Ale. The hops are kind of weird but not overpowering. Pretty pleasant again nothing great.
Mouthfeel: Medium in body.
Drinkability: A pretty nondescript ale that I could probably drink a few of but nothing amazing or something which warrants a must try.
03-29-2007 12:57:45 | More by muffguy4beer
3.93/5 rDev +18.7%
Presentation: It was poured from a brown 12oz into a pint glass. The bottle had a born on date of 01-12-09. It was sampled on 5-31-09.
Appearance: The body has a dark golden almost coppery color with good clarity. On top an aggressive pour produced a tall foamy white head. It has good retention and makes some sticky lacing on the glass.
Smell: There is a sweet candy like malts with notes of brown sugar and some herbal hops of in the distance.
Taste/Mouth: It has a candy like character with hints of caramel, brown sugar and white bread. Hop bitterness is mild and adds some spicy/herbal notes to the mix. The hops come out a little more towards the finish and give some more balance to the sweet malt up front. It has a medium body, soft carbonation and a smooth texture.
Notes: This was a nice interesting and enjoyable beer.
07-30-2009 19:04:13 | More by generallee
2.85/5 rDev -13.9%
Pours an orangey copper color with a one finger head. No real aroma to speak of with some very slight sweet grains detectable. Taste is very bland with very light malts and hops. Slightly bitter. Just a really generic APA. Mouthfeel is fine but bland. Drinkability was fine. Very generic beer, pretty disappointing.
04-25-2007 22:36:43 | More by Duster72
3.43/5 rDev +3.6%
12oz brown long neck with a bottled date of 031307. Minimalist label art work, nothing too crazy which I like.
A- Copper like a shiny penny, clarity is perfect. Good head ... two fingers thick. Good retention as well.
S- Faint toasted and caramel malt with an even more faint herbal hop, clean none the less.
T&M- Smoothness is great with just enough crispness to carry the moderate body along. Decent handful of maltiness shows a toasted grain and kernel of caramel. Clean hop bitterness does its job with a light herbal note middle to end. Finishes semi-dry.
D- Not half bad but, easy to drink and flavorful. Alcohol is a tad high to be a true session beer but I am not complaining being it is 35*F in the first week of April here in Boston.
04-07-2007 02:56:37 | More by Jason
3.4/5 rDev +2.7%
12 ouncer with a "bottled on" date of 011608 on the front label. Dull, fairly clear light almond amber amber. Minor lace and scattered decent looking lacing. Just a smidgen of malty aroma. middle of the road, fairly flavorless ale. Certainly nothing exciting going on here. Better then B/M/C type offerings but not by much.
04-08-2008 02:10:52 | More by Billolick
3.38/5 rDev +2.1%
Not a bad beer. Just unremarkable.
Pours beatifully. Nice fluffy head. Gorgeous golden red.
Nice nose to it. Lightly citrus with light hops.
Flavor is pretty average, though as is mouthfeel. Just doesn't have anything that makes me want to drink more of it.
Granted, I'm drinking this "Spring Ale" in February in Southern Freaking Wisconsin. Maybe spring or early summer would better suit this brew...
02-02-2008 16:33:29 | More by zook74
3.33/5 rDev +0.6%
New bottle, no fish. I enjoyed this beer. Pours clear copper with a smallish white head. Aroma is sweet with citrus hops, oranges, and grass. Taste is very light, peach flavors, but mostly lighter orange and citrus hops and sweet malt. Kind of like a full-bodied APA-lite. Smooth drinking beer.
12-12-2008 22:13:30 | More by magictrokini
3.58/5 rDev +8.2%
First off I hate the new bottles. Sorry. Pours a pale yellow with a low white head despite a vigorous pour. The head settles out quickly and just about disappears. Low aroma of honey and lemon. Light flavor of doughey malt, some biscuit and honey sweetness. Notes of corn, some floral hops and a peppery spice finish. Mild bitterness. Even mouthfeel, a bit thin. Lacking in complexity.
09-22-2011 02:12:38 | More by far333
3.03/5 rDev -8.5%
Pours out a red color, small head on it, 1/3" in depth. Aroma was pretty muted. Not much to speak of.
Taste, pretty bland, a little nutty. Not much in the way of hops, really just like an oxidized, more bland esb from redhook. Relatively light body, didn't really realize I was buying a red ale, it has that bland malt feel like most red ales have.
I think I've used the word bland a few times already, let's talk positives. There are no off flavors. There's maybe 30 ibu of bitterness, not much in discernable hopping, a mild consistency.
01-15-2012 03:28:39 | More by Beerandraiderfan
3.05/5 rDev -7.9%
Pours a clear yellow golden color with a medium small head that slowly dies. A light sour citrus aroma that lessens when drinking. A nice smelling ale that doesn't quite carry over into the taste.
The taste of this beer is a light sourish citrus with hints of even lighter earthy grains and summer hops that transfer lightly into a very light dry citrus aftertaste. Not a bad beer, actually quite drinkable, but no really outstanding qualities unlike some of the other beers that Redhook Ales make.
05-30-2011 00:23:39 | More by LXIXME
3.4/5 rDev +2.7%
Another anonymous sample single from the great 2010 brief cross-border Independence Day beer pilgrimage...
This beer pours a hazy medium golden yellow hue, with one finger of sudsy off-white head, which leaves a drooping ring of lace around the glass as it fades away. It smells of mild grainy malt and diluted citrus. The taste is biscuity, bready malt, and some floral, somewhat grassy hops. The carbonation is moderate, and even, the body medium weight and crispy, and it finishes off-dry, as balanced as you could imagine, the biscuity malt playing house with floral, earthy hops.
An adequate amber ale - nothing to make you say "hey", or "wtf" or whatever the kids these days are saying, but drinkable enough in its own right.
08-15-2010 01:56:30 | More by biboergosum
Redhook Copperhook from Redhook Ale Brewery
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