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Sierra Nevada Tumbler


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This new seasonal offering from Sierra Nevada is a brown ale. It’s already starting to look like Fall in the Seattle area, so I thought I’d grab a sixer of this to see how it is. This beer features 2-row Pale, Crystal, Chocolate, and smoked malts with Challenger and Yakima Goldings hops.

Brown Ale. 5.5% ABV. 37 IBUs. California. Fall Seasonal.

Brown caramel color with a small head.

The nose is caramel with a nutty aroma. Some earth, orange peel, and bacon.

Actually pretty light mouthfeel, would like to see it a tad thicker.

Caramel and chocolate to begin, gets a little earthy, slightly watered-down back end. Some nice bacon and spice, but flavor seems pretty flat.

Probably the most unspectacular beer I’ve had from Sierra Nevada. This one just falls short being too watered-down and light in the mouth. I would look else where for your Fall beer. 83 points.

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