Red Mountain Ale - Twisted Pine Brewing Company
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Ratings: 15 | Reviews: 9 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by hiikeeba:
3.48/5 rDev +4.5%
A - Pours up a dark amber with a thin tan head that collapses quickly to a small layer of bubbles.
S - Some caramel aromas, raisin-y Crystal malt aromas with a hint of hops.
T - Caramel and raisin sweet malt flavors with some. Faint hop bitterness on the back of the tongue in the finish.
M - Medium bodied
D - I'm not a fan of the raisin-y malt flavor. I won't have another.
02-14-2010 21:35:13 | More by hiikeeba
More User Reviews:
3.63/5 rDev +9%
Enjoyed on tap a the brewery's tasting room. Left this to put out the fire from the chiles and bourbon, being a malt combination, but it seemed astringent a bit in its own right. Dark colour, drinkable, but nothing to write home about. Want a more complex and rich malt profile.
02-14-2011 01:14:44 | More by Sammy
3.53/5 rDev +6%
Bottled date of march 06 pours red with a 3 fingers+ amber head. Very good head retention & some lacing
S: Malt sweetness
T: Malt sweetness up front followed by slght fruittyness& slight hop& grain bitterness. Finished dry & slighlty fruitty
MF: Medium bodied with appropriate carbonation for the style. Good balance, but I would like more malt profile
Drank very easy, not a bad attempt at the style, a little more ABV would suite me
08-21-2006 03:07:35 | More by russpowell
3.8/5 rDev +14.1%
12 oz bottle lacking any sort of freshness date. Pours a dark crimson color with a thin, beige foam that is fairly tight-bubbled but does not exhibit much in the way of retention or lacing.
Nose is sweet, burnt toasty malts and dark, raisin-like fruitiness. Yea, there is some mild hop notes, but this is not nearly as bright as I thought it would be...I was expecting an American red ale based on the label.
Scottish Ale? Maybe 60 shilling, this is a pretty light-bodied brew. Probably fits better there than red ale as it lacks hop bite and has a deep fruitiness that is not typically found in American red ales. It has a British, earthy tone to it that is pretty enjoyable. It went down surprisingly fast, I guess I liked it! One of the tastier Twisted Pine offerings I have had, pretty cool brew.
04-02-2010 03:58:56 | More by twiggamortis420
3.63/5 rDev +9%
P: Short brown 12oz bottle. No best by date. Bottle says: Colorado state fair 1998 gold medal, 1999 & 2000 bronze medal. Scottish style ale
A: One finger brown/white head. Retains well. Dark brown, almost black color. some lacing.
S: Caramel malt, Roasted malt. coffee.
T: Roasted malt. Coffee. strange after taste.
M: Medium body, medium carbonation.
D: Easy to drink, and a good beer. would buy again.
07-02-2010 15:23:05 | More by mytireisfat
3.05/5 rDev -8.4%
Poured from a 12 oz bottle into a standard pint.
A: Dark brown. Virtually no head or carbonation to speak of. Very sparse spots of lacing remain as you drink it down.
S: Nutty roasted malt, molasses, and sweet tea. Also, a touch of raisin in there.
T: Pungent malty flavor, with a slightly bittersweet kick, and a bit of a piny hop.
M: Full body, but a bit of a washed-out feel to it. Rubbery and pungent on the front end, with a steely aftertaste. Has kind of a synthetic sweetness to it.
D: Not overly off-putting, but not really a crowd pleaser for me.
Atmosphere is very average. Deep hue, but no head or carbonation. Nose is okay. Nice combination of sweet and malt components. Flavor similarly has a decent collection of components, but it just doesn't come together well. Overall, this is an average quaff.
01-05-2011 02:48:50 | More by bmwats
3.55/5 rDev +6.6%
Decent looking dark mahogany beer, with a nice two-finger tan head that quickly fades to a ring. Decent lacing, however.
Smell is good roasted malt, salted figs, light grass and floral hops. A bit of wet leather.
Taste is spot on to the aroma, but with a nice dry-and-lightly-bitter finish.
Good round mouthfeel.
However, for a Scottish ale, this one seems a bit weak overall. Not overt enough. So, the drinkability goes down for me.
02-01-2009 04:13:29 | More by ColoradoBobs
3.88/5 rDev +16.5%
What happened to drinkability? Cause this guy was easy to put down and had a refreshing aftertaste leaving my mouth wet. I'm beginning to get into Scottish Ales. They do a decent number on this guy but it wasn't anything to go and look for. Have it in the tap room if you're there.
03-25-2011 00:47:40 | More by claytong
3.18/5 rDev -4.5%
Murky, dark amber with a small, glass-hugging, light amber head.
Sweetish fruitplumsand smoky, toffeeish malt make up the majority of the nose, along with minimal hop spice, and a touch of Scotch tape.
Roasted/caramelized fruit, and campfire twigs up front. Sweetish, toffee malt midway through. Hops come in late; kinda piney, scotch tape, and some homebrew astringency. Finish is bittersweet. This medium-bodied ale was a bit rough, and a touch cloying at times, but Id give it another chance next time Im in Boulder.
10-27-2004 17:54:46 | More by alexgash
Red Mountain Ale from Twisted Pine Brewing Company
79 out of 100 based on 15 ratings.