Schlafly Pale Ale - The Schlafly Tap Room
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4.45/5 rDev +24%
Appearance - 4.5/5 - copper straw color with two finger head. Nice and clear
smell - 4.5/5 - sweet and malty aroma
Taste - 4.5/5 - mostly dry with a slight sweetness and floral from hops
Mouthfeel - 4/5 - medium/light body. Fairly strong carbonation keeps it fresh tasting
Overall - 4.5/5 - nice easy drinking refreshing brew
05-01-2012 12:45:12 | More by wages
4.35/5 rDev +21.2%
From the largest American owned brewery in St.Louis. My first Schlafly Pale Ale was at the brewery.
It pours a nice golden with a good pinkie sized head. The aroma is everything you would expect from a pale ale.
It's bitterness is perfect. It is not over the top yet much more previlent than a pale ale. It is refreshing in the summer or winter, nice for dinner or chilling.
Overall a nice product can come from a city with a huge history in the beer insudtry, and without the AB on the label.
04-12-2012 12:45:10 | More by WhistlingBird
3.05/5 rDev -15%
had this on tap at a pizza joint. looked really good outta the tap with a two finger head on top of a hazy copper body. unfortunatly the smell and taste were underwelming. it didnt smell bad, it just didnt have any aromas or flavors that made it stick out from any other beer. mouthfeel was medium body with decent carbonation and a very small bitter finish. unfortunatly with all the other pale ales out there this one is just average. it will be good for fishing or yard work, but dont expect it to blow your socks off.
04-08-2012 16:30:57 | More by match1112
3.53/5 rDev -1.7%
Serving type: 12-ounce bottle. The “Bottled With Love on” date printed on the label is “11 22 2011.”
Appearance: Straight pour into a pint glass. The color is hazy, light honey with maybe a hint of amber. Two fingers of dense, buttery, eggshell-colored head dissipated slowly.
Smell: The aromas are rather subdued, but musky grain dominates. There are flashes of caramel, toffee, and lemon zest. Much more English than American. However, grassy malts, honey, and a nuttiness also emerge after the beer has warmed.
Taste: Smooth and easy drinking; the beer goes down so well it is almost difficult to savor. It offers a tame, herbal bite along with a little orange and lemon zest. Caramel provides a little maltiness but it is really window dressing. As the pint continues to warm, honey creeps in along with the nuttiness from the smell. The sides and back of the tongue are left tingling and after a couple sips I thought I tasted a little freshly ground black pepper.
Drinkability: This is as fickle little creature. I like it. It is smooth drinking and offers an adequate amount of flavor and complexity to satisfy.
03-07-2012 05:12:25 | More by TheQuietMan22
3.68/5 rDev +2.5%
I thought this was an American Pale Ale.
Poured a dark goldish brown. Nice head and lacing.
Nose is hops and malt.
Taste is malty with hops and a citrus twist. It does not come across as overly dry. Finish is pleasant with malt. I haven't had that many English beers since I am not that fond of them but this one seems to be well done. I won't be getting it again.
02-19-2012 23:45:05 | More by daledeee
Schlafly Pale Ale from The Schlafly Tap Room
81 out of 100 based on 574 ratings.