Fireman's Brew Redhead Ale - Fireman's Brew, Inc.
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3.25/5 rDev +6.9%
Not a bad little red... Brown with hints of red mixed in, less than a fingers worth of head that settles to a small ring with no lacing to speak of. Very much on the malt side with hints of caramel and a very light earthy hops. Mid bodied with a light clean finish. If you are looking for a malty red this one is worth giving a try.
08-18-2014 01:27:20 | More by mralphabet
3.53/5 rDev +16.1%
Poured a deep amber red with a thin ring of head that disappeared quickly. Standard for a red ale. Scents of toasted grain, a slight hint of roast malt and some toffee aromas. Pretty good, but nothing spectacular. The taste was mostly toasted malt, with some slight toffee and nutty flavors and a grain husk finish. There was also a slight sourness to it. Not bad, but I've had better red ales. Mouthfeel was medium bodied, with low carbonation. It drank well enough. Overall it's an okay red ale, though I'd go with Marble's any day.
07-22-2013 06:47:40 | More by Auraan
3.05/5 rDev +0.3%
Appearance- Body is a crystal clear, dark,copper red or ruby with practically not head.
Smell- Decent malt background with a pleasing coffee rostiness and a hint of toastiness.
Taste- Hints of malt, roasted malts, hint of malt sweetness. Taste is quite thin for this style. To bad, because what taste is there is quite nice.
Mouthfeel- A tad thin and over-carbonated.
Drinkability- I'll give it another shot in a couple of years.
07-03-2010 01:58:17 | More by theopholis
2.86/5 rDev -5.9%
Sampled on 11/22/13 from a 12 ounce bottle chilled down to 36 degrees F in my beer cooler and pored into a pilsner glass.
Pours a nice dark red amber in color with a very small off white head. Lots of bubbles from the high carbonation. Some spotty lacing was seen but not a lot. The aroma was of some malts with citrus and floral. The taste was close to the aroma but had a bitter aftertaste that lingered around for a bit. A tad on the 'watery' side. It's really not one of the better red ales I have had.
11-24-2013 15:19:55 | More by BeerWithMike
3.7/5 rDev +21.7%
Glass - Nonic
A - Copper colored brew with medium-clarity and moderate-high visible carbonation. It produced a 2-finger off white head that looked a little creamy and held well. I got a splash left on my glass.
S - I get a semi bright floral and citrus hop characteristic that doesn't dominate the malty undertones. I pick up caramel, biscuit, toasted bread, and soft peanut brittle like notes. It's a bit dry with dark fruit like alcoholic characteristics as well.
T - This first thing that comes to mind is a Brown Ale. Upfront I pick up herbal, rind like and citrus hop flavors, it quickly unfolds into semi rich tasting malts. I get lots of caramel and biscuit, brown sugar, a touch of toffee, coffee, and almond. It finishes dry with soft bitterness and cloying malt flavors.
M - Medium-full bodied with a smooth and kinda chewy feel to it. Medium crispness.
O - Overall it's kinda like a Brown Ale to me, which isn't a bad thing I guess. I liked the beer's flavorful malt profile, but I didn't like that it was cloying. The beer looked great to me and it smelled very inviting. I would buy it again because it's cheap and tastes good, but I don't think this is a solid representation of the style.
12-30-2011 23:49:23 | More by PintOHops
2.28/5 rDev -25%
Went into this with an open mind, not knowing what to expect.
Pours nice enough, crystal clear dark amber with poofy white head.
Aroma is where this beer takes a strong turn for the worse, straight up diacetyl bomb, and i mean from about 12" away that is all i can smell.
Flavor is even more bizarre, really this tastes like a gram cracker, lots of butter and sweet malt mixing in with some hopless mess behind.
The only reason im not giving this an F is because the flavor was a little more palatable than the aroma, but overall a giant mess of a beer.
05-06-2010 15:06:34 | More by SShelly
2.68/5 rDev -11.8%
a: Dark brown copper body with tinges of red. Fluffy and creamy 1-finger head. Splashy lacing. Looks nice.
s: Cereal grain, roasted coffee and cocoa nibs, sharp overtones of citric hops and tart cherry.
t: again, lots of cereal grain in the taste. Mild overall. Citric hops, a touch of chocolate, some date, molasses and cherry. Slightly astringent.
m: A bit watery, tries to make up for it in carbonation. The result is a mid-pallete collapse.
o: Not very good..
12-30-2011 23:41:44 | More by JosiahS
3.03/5 rDev -0.3%
My step mom's brother is a fireman, so we had a couple of six packs in his honor at thanksgiving.
Poured copper into a fluted glass. Not a lot of head nor lacing.
Smells quite malty.
Wow, full malt bomb on the mouth. Sweet and biscuity. Unfortunately quite watered down as well.
Mouthfeel is light, the beer is pretty dang wattery. Interesting mix of watery and malty.
It's fairly drinkable since it goes down easy? Pretty lacking in the taste department. Won't be buying another 6er of this.
11-27-2010 08:51:57 | More by AWolfAtTheDoor
2.93/5 rDev -3.6%
Poured brownish red with no head. Thin white ring and skiff on surface. Dark in center.
Aroma: Caramel malt. Diacetyl.
Taste: Plum raisin and molasses with mossy hops.
Mouthfeel: Moderate, malty but watery.
Overall: Once I got the diacetyl, it was hard to notice other dimensions of character. Seems like it could be a drinkable beer.
03-08-2014 05:12:30 | More by MrBoz21
Fireman's Brew Redhead Ale from Fireman's Brew, Inc.
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