Flying Squirrel Nut Brown Ale - Hops Grillhouse & Brewery
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Ratings: 8 | Reviews: 6 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by OldFrothingSlosh:
3.45/5 rDev -11.1%
Appearance: Very dark amber, almost...brown in appearance. Minimal head retention, but there is some lacing of the glass.
Smell: The toasted nut aroma is very evident with this beer.
Taste: A beer from Hops with flavor? Apparently so. I liked the toasted nut flavor this beer imparted. Unlike anything I've had. Also some roasted caramel, chocolate, and even bitter coffee flavor present.
Mouthfeel: Surpisiginly full-bodied. Smooth and creamy.
Drinkability: Above average. The flavors weren't over-powering and the was just a little aftertaste, and it was a flavorful nutty one at that.
02-01-2003 15:12:42 | More by OldFrothingSlosh
More User Reviews:
3.8/5 rDev -2.1%
Deep mahogany, good soapy head, decent lacing. A sharp taste of dark roasted malts, rich and creamy. Appears to be medium bodied, which is pleasant; nice toffee and chocolate taste towards the finish Decent warming feeling, and actually a very good beer from the folks at Hops.
09-14-2003 02:40:30 | More by GeoffRizzo
4/5 rDev +3.1%
Deep thick brown color, with a fluffy, darker tan head. Very nice looking beer. Lots of roasted malt and chocolate flavor, very nutty finish. Easy to drink, stuck to your ribs, nice and thick and rich flavors. For the bashing Hops gets, I thought this beer was very good.
06-03-2002 08:16:29 | More by StevieW
3.63/5 rDev -6.4%
A really good looking nut brown ale. Huge tan head over a dark mahogany body is long-lived and lace worthy, coating the glass liberally. Great roasted nut aroma and flavor. Very smooth and malty, but a bit light-bodied and watery to my taste. Superb balance. Very drinkable and enjoyable. Easily one of Hops' best.
05-10-2003 15:03:48 | More by AtLagerHeads
3.5/5 rDev -9.8%
Had this at the Manchester, CT location.
The beer is a reddish amber brown, with a thick dense ivory head. Good head retention, lasting to the bottom of the glass.
Aroma is malty, with a touch of toasted malt. A touch of toffee, and a pleasant yeasty nuttiness. Hops are pretty much nonpresent.
Flavor is rich and malty, with a bit of toasted malt. Some toffee flavor, with excellent nuttiness. A touch of hoppy dryness to the finish, probably fuggles or target. Body is medium, and carbonation is mild. A pretty solid brown ale, in the english style. I enjoyed it.
08-14-2003 04:12:39 | More by UnionMade
Flying Squirrel Nut Brown Ale from Hops Grillhouse & Brewery
- out of 100 based on 8 ratings.