Long Trail Ale - Long Trail Brewing Co.
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Ratings: 999 | Reviews: 383 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by rosmhuire:
3.8/5 rDev +6.7%
A: No idea - I drank this straight out of the bottle at a friend's Christmas party this weekend.
S: No idea - drank it straight out of the bottle
T: Very nice. I would classify this as very in balance
M: Good carbonation, medium body on the palate
D: Very refreshing, highly sessionable. Glad I tried this at the party. Would definitely drink it again if choices were limited, as they were at this party.
12-07-2009 16:54:04 | More by rosmhuire
More User Reviews:
3.18/5 rDev -10.7%
Had this at a stop off in VT,had seen while living up there but never tried it.Poured a hazy orange/gold color with almost no head,aroma is light and subtley hopped with a light fruitiness as well.The beer has a decent balance of hops and malt but neither really stick out to make me want another,its not a bad beer but unspectacular in my opinion.
10-18-2003 23:53:25 | More by oberon
3/5 rDev -15.7%
Good altbier. Not much really stands out on this offering. It's not that it is bad...just boring I suppose. I'm not crazy about the yeast profile in this one. Has a bit of a bite in the aftertaste. Not bad, but not anything to write home about. Their Double Bag Ale is better. Pass on this one.
10-28-2010 00:25:46 | More by muskiecf
3.4/5 rDev -4.5%
This is a pleasant beer. It was a pretty amber color with a fairly thick white head and a little bit of lacing. A malty aroma, not much else there. A good hoppy taste, with just a little bitterness at the end. Feels good. I could drink a few of these quite easily.
06-02-2006 11:36:01 | More by lordofthewiens
4.08/5 rDev +14.6%
Presentation: It was poured from a brown 12oz bottle into a pint glass.
Appearance: The body has good clarity and a nice medium amber color. Its head was off white in color, of average size and quickly settles down and fades to thin ring of lace.
Smell: The aroma has hints of leafy, mineral like and grassy hops with some lightly toasted grain.
Taste/Mouth feel: The flavor is well balanced and delicate. Hop flavor is leafy and grassy with mild bitterness. It is in very good balance with the light bready malt. The light bitterness fades quickly and cleanly off the tongue, setting you up for the next sip. It has a light to medium body, smooth texture and average carbonation.
Notes: Overall it's an all around good beer with wonderful drinkability.
10-03-2008 21:58:09 | More by generallee
5/5 rDev +40.4%
Nice amber color with a smooth flavor. Also offers a great fragrance with a wonderful head piece. No after taste and goes well with just about anything. When this first arrives at your seating you will notice the color and realize that it looks like a lager however you will be pleasantly surprised how smoothed and non bitter this beer presents.
Please try...your taste buds will explode!
09-09-2008 23:04:56 | More by PabstMan252
3.83/5 rDev +7.6%
12 ounce bottle with a "bottled on date", on the label, of 6 weeks ago, nice FRESH beer! Pours a light almond amber, minimal head and not much lacing. Nutty, bready nose. Malt, malt and more malt characterizes this tasty quaffer from Vermont. Nutty and mildly roasted the sweetness of this brew is nicely rounded and full. Lightly hopped, it does finish with a snappy dryness and a slight chalkyness. Drinkable and refreshing. A classic Vermont staple brew.
08-01-2004 18:09:18 | More by Billolick
3.85/5 rDev +8.1%
On tap at Coolidge Corner Clubhouse.
Pours an amber brown, not too much by way of head. Caramel/ malt flavor, some nuttiness going on. Tastes very much the same way it smells with malt the predominent flavor. Weak mouthfeel, but fairly drinkable.
My first pint of Long Trail and it was pretty much what I had expected. Worth a try or two.
09-28-2004 04:30:25 | More by fdrich29
3.68/5 rDev +3.4%
Poured into a pintglass frm a keg.
Pours a nice ruby ruddy red with a small light off white bead. Nose is lightly wheaty and hoppy
taste is really swee , hoppy and rich. Honestly it's a great beer. Vert rich mouthfeel with a real strong wheaty and malt flavor. great beer
02-27-2010 23:40:38 | More by kingcrowing
3.95/5 rDev +11%
Boasts a rich smell that is both fruity and grainy, promising a full-bodied ale. The smell alone marks this as far better fare than its competitors, whose aromas are usually weak and uninspiring.
On the tongue, however, the first taste to come across is neither fruit nor grain, but the grapefruit bitterness of hops bursting in an unexpected wave. The bitterness is not on par with an IPA, but is still stronger than I would have expected. These hops only lightly mask a layer of light fruits (such as apricot) that nicely complement the bitterness. As the mouthful progresses, the bitter hops peel back to reveal a lovely grain base with Grape Nuts cereal-like flavors, or perhaps lightly-toasted biscuit. The aftertaste is largely dominated by these grainy flavors, although a few bitter notes still fuzz away lightly.
Overall, I find this a great ale, and I was very pleasantly surprised by the quality and flavor.
08-09-2011 16:07:38 | More by jondeelee
Long Trail Ale from Long Trail Brewing Co.
81 out of 100 based on 999 ratings.