Cutthroat Pale Ale - Tree Brewing
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3.58/5 rDev -2.7%
Serving glass: Poured from can into mug.
Appearance: Copper colored with white head and light lacing.
Smell: Toasted malts, citrus and some spiciness.
Taste: Grainy, toasted malts with light citrusy hops and lots of spicy and floral notes.
Feel: Moderate carbonation, medium body, dry finish.
Overall: Very straightforward APA, which is solid but little stands out.
06-12-2013 04:44:44 | More by bsp77
3.33/5 rDev -9.5%
Can strangely bought in Halifax last week with a date (which I assume to be "best before") of 19/11/12. May not have been perfectly stored during its trans-Canada sojourns, but from a date perspective not nearly as old as I would have guessed from the caramelized malt "breadiness" in the taste. Hope to head west and taste fresh on draught at some point, but not a beer I'd purchase in a can again if looking for the typical citrus and pine hop bomb of a typical APA.
Pours a beautiful near iridescent orange amber with a decent and sustained off-white head, impressive lacing. A very mild aroma of caramelized malts, even after it warms. Taste is a bit more complex, but also utterly "inoffensive" - caramelized malted barley sweetness transitioning into a dry hopped finish that doesn't linger long and maintains a sweet backbone.
Probably an excellent gateway or transition beer for someone just moving away from macro lagers.
09-08-2012 21:34:31 | More by hopsolutely
British Columbia (Canada)
4.33/5 rDev +17.7%
I got a pair of 500 mL cans. It pours with big, white/slightly-yellow, creamy head. The body is clear with an orange-amber colour.
I love the aroma. It smells fresh with hints of fresh fruits like apricot/peach and citrus. The aroma carries through into the taste. Starting with a more citrus fruitiness, I get a dark chocolate taste (there could be some vanilla in there?) and a fantastic floral hops finish. It has a medium-to-full body and heavy carbonation.
Overall, I love smell and taste of this beer. I haven't particularly cared much for west coast hops, they work great here. The only downside is the feel which has too much carbonation and is a tiny bit thin.
04-20-2012 03:49:43 | More by maclean25
Cutthroat Pale Ale from Tree Brewing
83 out of 100 based on 130 ratings.