Ruby Claire - Fiddlehead Brewing Company
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Ratings: 6 | Reviews: 4 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by Thads324:
4/5 rDev +0.5%
Pours a very lovely mahogany, super clear and clean looking. Very thin off white head. Super lacing despite the thin head.
Aroma is of heavy hops. Piney and a hint of lemon. Not really any malt aromas at all.
Taste is bold and zingy fresh hops. Grassy, a bit of pine and resin. Sticky hops balanced out by a caramel and bready malt backbone. The finish is super clean bottled water with fresh lime zest and zippy hop bitterness.
Mouthfeel is lighter side of medium, bitterness doesn't linger. Easy drinking.
Hoppier than I anticipated. Probably the cleanest profile I've tasted in a while. Very nice.
10-09-2013 00:04:17 | More by Thads324
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3.43/5 rDev -13.8%
On tap at Worthy Kitchen. Served in a snifter.
Appearance - Deep hazy copper body. Nice off white head. Settles to a chunky surface. Lots of lacing.
Smell - Grapefruit hop. Lots of caramel malt. Something a little off on the nose. Mild funk.
Taste - Grapefruit hop and caramel malt in equal proportions. Some resiny hop flavors overtake the malts. Bitter in the finish.
Mouthfeel - Medium bodied. A little creamy.
Overall - The off smell doesn't come out in the flavor. Pretty good beyond that misstep.
01-01-2014 20:58:24 | More by Alieniloquium
4.21/5 rDev +5.8%
Samples this pilot batch on tap at the brewery today along with the flagship IPA. Very nice shop/growler fill spot.
A-nice mahogany color with a solid cream covered held that had spotty lacing.
S-grapefruit bombs the nose along with solid pine and malt
T-very crisp with grapefruit leading off and a bit of apricot and a bit of roast. Not very sweet
M-makes the mouth water with each sip, very solid malt backbone crisp with just ahi t of creaminess.
O-this hit the spot and would be a great regular offering. Love the Simcoe twist on an amber.
09-27-2013 03:48:25 | More by unclejazz
4.5/5 rDev +13.1%
Deep chestnut pour, two finger ecru head vanishes in a few minutes, chunky lacing in the tulip.
Aroma is pleasantly hoppy thanks to the dry hopping with simcoe, mouth watering.
Taste is an improvement over the aroma, which is saying something, slightly malty base that doesn't overwhelm , the simcoe plays out nicely in the mix, riding on top. Flavors become more prominent as it warms.Very smooth drinkability factor.
Mouthfeel is on the light side of medium, carbonation was a bit on the slight side as well.
A very nice hoppy Red Ale that competes with a couple of other New England brewers fairly well. Solid value for a growlette/growler fill at the pleasant and friendly tap room (thanks to pressurized taps:take the hint HF!), hope that stays the same.
Batch #2 growlette fills had more pronounced carbonation, nice improvement.
09-27-2013 05:22:34 | More by Hendry
Ruby Claire from Fiddlehead Brewing Company
- out of 100 based on 6 ratings.