Beartooth Pale Ale - Red Lodge Ales
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Ratings: 11 | Reviews: 4 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by Shaw:
3.65/5 rDev -3.9%
On-tap at the Old Faithful Inn in Yellowstone National Park.
Amber in color with an off-white head.
It has a lightly hoppy aroma with light biscuit notes.
Malt and hoppy flavors combine with a decent bitterness and hop aftertaste.
Its body is nice, hefty, not watery.
This is an easy-drinking pale ale. It's above average, but not great.
07-05-2009 17:14:42 | More by Shaw
More User Reviews:
4.2/5 rDev +10.5%
Red Lodge Bear Tooth Pale Ale...
Appearance-pale gold color, nice large gold white head fizzes up with lots of lace, sticks around a long time even after settling.
Smell-fruit hop aroma, alcohol buzz, grass and pine
Taste/Mouthfeel-definitely on the hoppier side of the equation, pine and spicy hops, ok balance, very light and smooth, grass on the finish with just enough malt.
Drinkability-easy to drink at any time, light and smooth
Overall-nice beer, like the hoppy side and the lightness, great after a day on the slopes at Red Lodge. Well done.
02-21-2010 01:14:08 | More by TheDeuce
4.38/5 rDev +15.3%
A: Pours an amber/copper color. At first a two finger white head forms and recedes to a ring. Sticky spiderweb looking lace is left behind.
S: A caramel malty sweetness with some bread and biscuit aromas. Floral, grassy, resiny and citrus hops that balance out the nose perfectly.
T: Again, a great balance between the malt sweetness and hops. Caramel, bread, and biscuit that follow the nose. Piney and citrus hops. Grassy hay flavors as well. Tastes very fresh.
M/D: A medium body and carbonation. Sticky, oily, and soapy in the mouth. Very easy to drink. Something I can session without a problem.
I sampled this at Red Lodge tap room. This would be a staple if it was local to me. A highly recommended pale ale.
08-29-2009 22:04:26 | More by champ103
4.35/5 rDev +14.5%
A: Pours from growler amber color, thick white head with lots of lacing down the glass.
S: Smells sweet and spicy, hay, citrus and spicy scents are very abundant.
T: Taste is very well balanced. Slightly malty up front with a nice grassy hop bite at the end
M: very easy to drink, nice mellow pale
D: went down very easy on cold winter day, can only imagine what would happen on a warm summer day.
02-11-2006 06:12:33 | More by loren01
Beartooth Pale Ale from Red Lodge Ales
85 out of 100 based on 11 ratings.