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Brewed By: The Matt Brewing Company

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Average Rating:
5.87047

Number of Ratings: 1158

Style: English Pale Ale

Brewed In: 811 Edward St, Brewhouse Square, Utica, New York, NY 13502, USA

ABV: 5.50%

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Saranac Pale Ale

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Tasting Notes

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bridger@sunyocc.edu profile picturebridger@sunyocc.edu - November 27, 2015
Local favorite
metalguy1969 profile picturemetalguy1969 - May 22, 2015
Not bad. A little on the bitter side
topcat profile picturetopcat - May 15, 2015
Ok.
mjr@matchboxcar.ner profile picturemjr@matchboxcar.ner - February 16, 2015
Little bitter for me
ringwraith219@yahoo.com profile pictureringwraith219@yahoo.com - December 20, 2014
Meh. Not worth $10 a six
UConn profile pictureUConn - June 14, 2014
A good solid beer.
waydena profile picturewaydena - April 21, 2014
Darker than your average pale ale. Not real hoppy. Just a tinge of sweetness. A little light bodied. Very drinkable but not something I would seek out.
beermeseymore profile picturebeermeseymore - February 25, 2014
Somewhat smooth, but certainly not the most flavorful beer in the world.
frontcup profile picturefrontcup - February 6, 2014
Leftover from NFL party, good taste not bitter and it's smooth, like this one
jaywill1323 profile picturejaywill1323 - January 4, 2014
Copper in color with three fingers of frothy white head which quickly dissolves leaving some lacing. Has crisp floral hop aromas. A subtle malty sweetness note Brand new this year, saranac started a "hop infusion process" to amp up the hops in their beer. Think this would be a great idea for a strong bitter citrus or pine hop profile, and even in this English style improved the beer. It took a very average beer I dreaded in sampler packs to one that is definitely more drinkable. Very drinkable with a light body and a very floral hop profile. Seems to have a very shallow depth and an odd lingering malty sweetness. Not my favorite pale ale but one I would have again in a sampler pack.
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