Tastings.com Home Tastings.com Home Tastings.com Home

enter keywords


Subscribe to the FREE eTastings Newsletter

Beer Search

Search Results

Click on any name below for more info including weblinks, email addresses, and info on retailers who carry many of these products.

Please note: We review wine, beer, and spirits. We don’t sell it. Prices may vary significantly due to shipping fees and state taxes, and some items may be hard to find.

Below are 1 through 16 of the 16 found. |Find-a-Beer|

94 • City Steam Brewery Café Blonde on Blonde Pale Ale.
Pretty golden amber color. Aromas of pepper bread with dried stone fruits and tangerine. Supple and frothy with a dryish medium body and a salty baguette, citrus cream, and pine sap accented finish. A hoppy, zesty pale ale that will be great with spicy foods; try with chili. (tasted on Mar-06-2013)
91 • Blue Tractor Brewery SupaFly Rye Roasted Pale Ale.
Cola brown color. Mustard, pumpernickel rye, root vegetable, tomato, and piney hop aromas and flavors with a nicely meshed, supple medium body and a vanilla, roasted nuts, chocolate wafer, and lingering peppery hop finish. Nice interplay of rye and hops. (tasted on Jul-18-2012)
90 • Elevator Brewing Co. Bear Ass Pale Ale.
Aromas of grilled grapefruits and peaches and honeycomb with a bold, fruity-yet-dry medium-to-full body and a slightly strident pine cleanser, peach sorbet, honeyed carrot, and pithy citrus rind finish. Could use more malt to balance to OTT hops. (tasted on Feb-27-2013)
89 • Stevens Point Brewery Point Cascade Pale Ale.
Golden amber color. Vibrant aromas of pineapple marmalade and apricot custard with a fine foamy, dryish medium body and juicy, even, pine and juniper jelly on toast accented finish. A very nicely balanced pale ale. with all the hops you want, without the bitterness (tasted on Oct-09-2013)
89 • Oskar Blues Brewery Dale's Pale Ale.
Bright amber color. Dense aromas of caramel, dried citrus, and pine blossom with a supple, dry-yet-fruity medium body and a melon, grainy dough, nut and peppery citrus and arugula like hop finish. A really nice and fresh, hoppy pale ale. (tasted on Mar-05-2013)
88 • Lancaster Brewing Company Lancaster Pale Ale.
Pale amber color. Aromas and flavors of peach and mango jams on toast with a supple, fruity-yet-dry medium body and a tangy, watercress, citrus custard and sprouts-like finish. A fun fruity pale ale that is sure to be a crowd pleaser. (tasted on Mar-06-2013)
88 • Caldera Brewing Company Pale Ale.
Bright golden amber color. Aromas of salt buttered toast, dried pears and oranges, and subtle baking spices with a crisp, dryish medium body and a lively grassy, lemon, peppery, leafy greens like hop finish. Tasty. (tasted on Mar-06-2013)
87 • Capital Brewery U.S. Pale Ale.
Aromas of citrus marmalade on nut toast, and latte with a supple, dry-yet-fruity medium body and a lively. well balanced peppery hop finish. Very clean and precise and quite quaffable in a more European vein. (tasted on Mar-05-2013)
87 • Rogue Ales Wet Hop Ale.
Copper amber color. Aromas of fresh pine sap and sliced grapefruit with a supple, dry-yet-fruity medium-to-full body and a zesty and astringent Key lime custard, nut, and peppered kale like hop finish. A nice fresh hop ale. (tasted on Mar-05-2013)
86 • DC Brau Brewing Company "The Public" Pale Ale.
Pale copper color. Vibrantly hoppy aromas of citrus peels, pine needle, and slightly sourish succotash with a fruity-yet-dry medium-to-full body and a apricot jam, medicinal bark and grassy hop driven finish. A big bold and earth and citrus hop affair for hopheads. (tasted on Mar-05-2013)
86 • Double Take Pale Ale.
Golden amber color. Aromas of banana cake and pineapple pastry with a supple, dry-yet-fruity light-to-medium body and a grainy, honeyed citrus, alfalfa sprouts, and chestnut accented finish. A decent quaffer. (tasted on Mar-13-2013)
86 • Track Town Triple Jump Pale Ale.
Deep amber color. Aromas and flavors of sourdough toast and candied dried citrus with a supple, dry-yet-fruity medium body and a crisp, lightly piney hop and nut finish. A nice snappy, hoppy pale ale with good balance. (tasted on Mar-05-2013)
85 • Port City Brewing Co. Essential Pale Ale.
Lightly hazy deep gold color. Aromas of buttered toast, candied clementine, and creamed corn with a supple, dry-yet-fruity medium body and a coconut cream and grain finish with a dash of peppery leafy hops. A nice fruity session ale. (tasted on Mar-06-2013)
85 • High Noon Saloon & Brewery Rough Rider Pale Ale.
Aromas of buttery brioche and delicate fruit preserves with a fruity-yet-dry medium body and a grilled root vegetable and peppered watercress-like hop finish. A nicely tame pale ale that will be great with pub grub. (tasted on Feb-27-2013)
84 • Southport Brewing Co. Connecticut Pale Ale.
Aromas of toasted nuts, tahini, and edamame with a supple, dry medium body and a tangy, very grain driven finish with leafy greens like hops and earth in support. A nice pale ale for the table. (tasted on Mar-05-2013)
81 • Grand Rapids Brewing Company Minnow Ladder Pale Ale.  Certified Organic 
Anemic hazy yellow amber color. Aromas of dried apricot, herb bread, and caramelized nuts with a very crisp, dryish medium body and a long, drying, pine, okra, tobacco ash, cooked corn, and peppercorn driven finish. A savory pale ale for pub grub. (tasted on Oct-09-2013)

|Find-a-Beer|


121 ms