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This is one of my old standby and got it in a 12pack 3 were DBA and I tasted as I remembered smooth and favorable
A nicely balanced ale that comes across as a cross between a pale ale and an IPA. A refreshing brew with a nice combo of hoppiness and sweetness.
Well balanced malt and hops. Crisp and refreshing. Good on a hot day.
Delicious! Good balance between hoppy and sweet. Less bitterness than many pale ales. Perhaps that's why it is not ipa. Have it draft at world of beer after a long day. I now have it in a bottle. Same conclusion-sweeter and less hoppy than an IPA. Since I prefer more bitterness, I've lowered my rating for taste.
One of the very first craft beers I had before I got into true craft beers. This may be my all time favorite ale of this style. Packs plenty of flavor and always satisfies!
Very relaxing and enjoyable beer. Mellow bitterness at first that finishes with a delicious malty/smokiness. I have taken four drinks since starting this review.. Enough said!! Very similar to Goose Island Honkers Ale which I was quite fond of.
not too filling, good taste, light to medium bitterness
Great flavor through the beginning, middle and end.
DBA. Decent beer.
Amazing drinkability. Deep flavor and always well made. Am happy to finally be able to buy this in Chicago
one of the best...usually out of stock so others must agree
Smells like a strong IPA, but tates like a strong pale ale. This would be dissappointing (i usually can't stand IPA's) if it were not very well balanced. The initial bitterness blends with the other flavors well. A good bitter ale.
Pretty dark amber color, hints of vanilla from the oak. Toned down English hops
Totally smooth. No after shock. Great amber.
A great drinking ale. For any occasion.
Pretty good. Nice flavor.
Firestone knows how to work it!!
Fire stone always comes threw! Malty deliciousness dry and a little bitter but very drinkable!
Drinkable! Subtle flavors.
A solid pale ale. It has a nice balance of hops and maltiness with just a hint of sweetness. While I'm not a huge pale ale fan, this would be my go to pale ale. It is nice to drink on its own, but it also works well with a sandwich or a plate of rich Mexican mole.