American Pale Ale - Blackstone Restaurant & Brewery
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3.29/5 rDev -8.9%
Poured into a standard pint glass a dull lighter orange color with a thin white layered head atop.Aromas are light with some biscuit malt and earthy/leafy hops,seems more English in style to me.Flavors of light earthy and leafy hops mixed with lightly sweet biscuit malt,it's on the dryer side.To me this is not American on the palate it's slightly beefed up English in nature.Pretty average.A 33 IBU APA...not really.
05-11-2013 22:07:59 | More by oberon
3.43/5 rDev -5%
Had this on tap at the restaurant when visiting Nasville. The color was an orangish light copper, nice clarity, big white creamy head and descent lacing. The smell was of biscuit and faint hints of grapefruit. Nicely balanced between bready, cracker malts and touches of citrus and grapefruit. Bright, fruity, light and watery. Easy to drink, refreshing and crisp. A bit too watery for the style.
06-15-2011 19:45:16 | More by JayS2629
3.48/5 rDev -3.6%
Bottle poured into pint glass.
A- Gold, a little dark for a pale ale. Two fingers of white head.
S- A shot of pine hops when I opened the bottle. I didn't expect that. Pretty hoppy on the nose. Pine and herbal (yeah, THAT kind of herbal) hops standing out. Not bad at all.
T- Nice dry pine hop bitterness, which lingers slightly. A little bready malt in the background.
M- A little light on watery. Not impressed here.
O- Not a bad pale ale. I'm glad Blackstone is bottling. Being local and fairly inexpensive, I'll go back to this every now and again, but I wouldn't seek it out otherwise.
07-28-2011 23:34:57 | More by fsvan
American Pale Ale from Blackstone Restaurant & Brewery
82 out of 100 based on 102 ratings.