Cane & Ebel - Two Brothers Brewing Company
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5/5 rDev +22%
Tried this beer at the Happy Gnome in St. Paul MN recently - a very nice Rye Beer with a taste common to Amber Ales which I like ... I bought 4 bottles of this beer today at the four firkins in St. Louis Park MN ...
This beer has a bit of hoppyness and tastes to me like a bit lighter version of Surly Furious.
I would have this beer again.
07-05-2008 02:11:29 | More by tjfontaine
4.1/5 rDev 0%
a: dark orange amber, nearly opaque, hazy, clearly unfiltered, tan head
s: spicy, slightly fruity with dominant malt aroma
f: spicy, malty sweet, slightly fruity flavor with a bit of a rye bite, malt dominates
m: creamy, medium body, lightly carbonated, clean sweet finish
o: I think spicy, malty when I drink this beer. It is sweet and overbalanced to the malty side but none-the-less complex and quite nice. My bottle is marked "best by 6/28/11" and it seems fresh. Thanks Two Brothers!
04-15-2011 21:37:43 | More by brew4health
3.93/5 rDev -4.1%
A: Pours a dark, cherry red color with a 3/4 - 1" opaque head. Sticky lacing covers the sides of the glass.
S:Hops on the nose, bready and some malt characteristics come through.
T: Malty sweetness balanced by the bittering hops, hint of warm alcohol on the finish.
M: Smooth mouthfeel that is evenly carbonated.
D: Very nicely balanced red ale with distinct hop flavor. Pretty drinkable for 7%. Almost a session beer, but a little heavy on the bitterness.
09-30-2008 03:37:58 | More by fahne23
4.58/5 rDev +11.7%
Every time I drink this beer I find something new to love. I don't know what they put in there, but I wish they would distribute in in Vermont so I didn't have to drive all the way to Chicago for it.
The color is orangey-amber, like butterscotch sundae topping. The head is thick and white and you could float a quarter on it.
It smells like citrus and pine. The body is huge, and the flavors- well, like I said, I seem to find something new every time. I swear I detected a note of cantaloupe in the last one. This is a big, bitter, fruity and delicious beer. A great way to introduce a newbie to IPAs because it doesn't smack you in the face.
10-14-2010 22:51:24 | More by VTbeerbroad
4.2/5 rDev +2.4%
Poured into a goblet, thin head with lacing all around. A very deep red color with a piny nose. Body is thin, good amount of hop presence but in a nice balance, not too overpowering. The spice of the rye and sweetness of the palm sugars add complexity. A very enjoyable beer overall.
11-10-2010 04:06:37 | More by cincibrew
4.25/5 rDev +3.7%
I thought this was a wonderful beer. The beer poured wonderfully into a pint glass, and the head stayed on the glass nicely. The smell was flawless; awoke the nose without overpowering my palate. The first taste produced a wonderful coating in my mouth. A very lively beer, yet stayed right where it should. The hoppiness remained constant, and yet added to finding other notes in the beer as the glass progressed. A wonderful selection to pair with a veggie burger.
04-30-2007 00:03:28 | More by Crousejs
3.38/5 rDev -17.6%
S- 22 ounce bomber bottle
A- a nice reddish, almost light caramel color
Smell- citrus, with almost orange juice type aroma
Taste- really taste the hops, some what pine taste, strong flavor
Mouth feel- light
D- not my favorite type of beer, hence the rating. If you like "hoppy" ales this is the one for you. great example.
07-24-2006 16:33:29 | More by salukiKMO
4.38/5 rDev +6.8%
12oz bottle poured into a goblet.
Nice 1/2CM tan head. Dark dark red. Dark Ruby red and translucent when held up to a light. I'm talking ruby red like the gemstone, not like Dorothy's shoes. Light lacing.
Rich deep caramel aroma. Very pinous hoppy smell. Not overwhelming, but very inviting. Almost sense a little vanilla aroma
Malty sweetness, rich flavor very sweet. Lots of hops but not over-powering. A nice balance with the malt.
Great thick mouthfeel, like I was actually drinking something with substance. Almost creamy, a pleasure to drink. Doesn't feel like a 7.0% beer, I think I'll have another.
11-04-2008 03:18:07 | More by starofindia
4.05/5 rDev -1.2%
Looks: A very nice Orangy-Amber color, no or little sediment so far as i can see. A little head, not much but a nice lasting lace.
Smell: Has a strong carmel/toffee sent. Smells much sweeter and it tastes.
Taste: Mmm...a great balance of hops and rye malts in this one...not too boozy up front or in the back...has a good earthly flavor...
all around a good brew!
08-06-2010 23:00:21 | More by AlphaKevo
Cane & Ebel from Two Brothers Brewing Company
92 out of 100 based on 1,349 ratings.