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Old 10-29-2008, 12:57 PM
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Just popped the top to Big Sky Brewing's Moose Drool brown ale. Always a delicious choice when you want something easy and light.

Appearance- pours a dark brown beer, when you hold it up to the light you see a dark deep mahogany showing through. Thin tan head, sticky lacing that rests on the glass.

Aroma- caramel, chocolate and roasted grain.

Taste- Initial taste has a sweet nutty caramel taste. The chocolate becomes more noticeable later on in the mouth. It has a roasted grain taste but its not too powerful. Nice earthy hops that balance the sweet maltiness of this beer. Very smooth and creamy on my palatte. Delicious, i think MAV would like this one... I think i like hobgoblin more though.

Medium body, good carbonation, and its an easy drinker at 5%

8.0/10 ....if i could get this on tap, i bet it would be higher..i heard fresh and on tap is drool worthy


Last edited by mattman688; 10-29-2008 at 01:04 PM..
lupulin theshold shift \ lu-pu-lin thesh-old shift \n 1. When a once extraordinarily hoppy beer now seems pedestrian. 2. The phenomenon a person has when craving more bitterness in a beer. 3. The long-term exposure to extremely hoppy beers; if excessive or prolonged, a habitual dependence on hops will occur. 4. When a "Double IPA" just is not enough.
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