Copper Creme Ale - No-Li Brewhouse
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3/5 rDev -11.5%
The appearance of this beer is a real pale gold color, very clear and clean. The nose is malt forward, but a little grainy, I didn't really detect much hop aroma. The flavor is average not overly complex, the only thing that stands out is the CO2 bite. Mouthfeel is light and crisp very drinkable.
04-23-2009 02:52:36 | More by alphanon
3.63/5 rDev +7.1%
Got a fresh glass of this at the Pub. I watched my glass being tapped at the bar. It pourned with hardly any head. An "okay" orangey copper. The smell reminded me of something toasty and sweet. (Maybe sweetened cereal a la Lucky Charms???)
The taste was extremely accessible. It was dominated by flavors of biscuit, a mild nuttiness, a touch of maple syrup and summertime fruits (think melon). The mouthfeel was of a creamy vanilla character. There were finishing notes of honey and the slight carbonation made it easy on the palatte. However, the hops were barely detectable. A little bit o' bitter would have made this a well-rounded brew and it would have accentuated the melony flavors more.
Smooth and sweet, I enjoyed it. But certainly not everyone's cup of tea.
07-05-2003 11:31:00 | More by Zraly
3.53/5 rDev +4.1%
I had this one at the Northern Lights Brewery. I'm not sure the word "copper" is in the name, but it was the only creme ale in the place. Served in a pint glass.
Pours a pale gold color with a very light haze. A small, sticky head fades fast, but what is left clings to the glass nicely.
The smell is faint and earthy,, with a aroma of wet grain.
The taste is sweet and sharp. Tastes a bit like flower petals. There is a very mild hop presence.
Mouth feel is light but not watery, crisp and clean.
A very drinkable beer, but a bit one dimensional, on the lager side. I'd have it again in a pinch, but it's not my favorite from this brewer.
04-14-2007 22:36:29 | More by RJLarse
Copper Creme Ale from No-Li Brewhouse
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