Friday, November 29, 2013

Town Hall Autumn Blaze Fall Ale


Town Hall Autumn Blaze. Described to me as like an ale version of an oktoberfest. Similar to Capital Brewing's Autumnal Fire? Or, something else? Nothing a ton of other info available right now, so, let's jump into it.

Clear, bright and burning crimson, hue, small to no head on top.

Aroma: rich, dark malts, some, small sweetness. Oktoberfest meets doppelbock, wit more of the hearty fruity notes of an ale.

Taste: Rich fruity flavors rise to the top. Cherry jumps out hardest? Apple and berry, a little bit oaky, a touch of tobacco. Something like that. Even it's not accurate, there's plenty of complexity. This is ever so tasty. About medium-bodied, delicious fruit/malty finish. Mmmm, mmm, good.

(I can't find any further info on this one. It's no longer listed on their site, not on ratebeer, but it is on BeerAdvocate, without the brewer's description, and is called a Fall Ale, categorized as an American Brown, listed as 6.4% aBV, and reviewed by one person.

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