English Six Grain Ale - Stone Arch Brew House
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Ratings: 12 | Reviews: 2 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by ncketchum:
3.48/5 rDev +0.6%
Served chilled in a SN pint glass
A - pours a clear straw color, lots of carbonation, significant pure white head
S - yeasty, bready malt, subtle hops underneath
T - malt dominates, hops come through in the finish
M - pretty thin, well-carbonated, smooth
O - This is a nice beer, certainly sessionable
06-06-2013 03:36:59 | More by ncketchum
More User Reviews:
3.5/5 rDev +1.2%
The brewery has changed hands, changed names, and this one one of the two new brews that have shown up in the bottles here in Madison.
Six grains: Barley, wheat, oats, rye, corn, and rice.
Pours a golden shade of copper and balds quickly.
Traced with butterscotch and rye-spice on the nose, cut with pear skins and with a minor vodka-leaning suggestion of strength.
Begins with a malt conglomeration of caramel, spicy rye, sweetened breakfast cereal, apple sauce, and golden raisins. Yeast has a near Ringwood essense of woody diacetyl and butterscotch. It work favorably here. Hops chime in with lemon zest and iron-flavored orange pekoe. Solidly bittered. There is a stray alcohol fume at the close, which seems a bit rugged for a beer of presumed lower potentcy.
Hovers around medium bodied. Drinkable and decent, if a bit confused. Think: macro lager - English IPA cross.
07-06-2005 05:12:35 | More by cokes
English Six Grain Ale from Stone Arch Brew House
81 out of 100 based on 12 ratings.