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Brewed By: Napa Smith Brewery

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Number of Ratings: 124

Style: American Amber / Red Ale

Brewed In: California, United States

ABV: 7.20%

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Lost Dog

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Tasting Notes

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usmcfire profile pictureusmcfire - August 2, 2020
Drank the four pack. Maybe it was the style I wasn?t enjoying or it just tasted bad. Bottle to glass at M&Ds in Vero profile - April 7, 2015
A nice sweet red ale. Pretty good
skettyeddy profile pictureskettyeddy - February 7, 2015
Slightly bitter, smooth red Mild hop aroma
Eric M Anderson profile pictureEric M Anderson - October 5, 2013
Absolutely perfect red ale. Hoppy, tart and refreshing. Epic transition from Summer to Fall
Higgsyboy profile pictureHiggsyboy - July 12, 2013
Resemblant of an ESB in both scent and palate, with a thick red body and a nice, lingering, well-balanced taste. At 7.2% ABV, it's nice and big-feeling. Will get again.
JBC91 profile pictureJBC91 - June 23, 2013
Pint at Palm Harbor HOB. Good, tasted like a typical red ale
smells like poor profile picturesmells like poor - June 1, 2012
P: 12 oz bottle in pint A: light amber with 1" head. Very little lacing A: toffee, malt, caramel T: malt, caramel, tons of fruit sweetness/juiciness. No hop bitterness M: medium with enough carbonation to bite the tongue. Easy drinking profile - May 30, 2012
Light red in color - more amber. Nice toasted malty red ale flavor with a generous (but balanced) hoppy kick as it goes down with slightly lingering bitter aftertaste. Higher ABV (7.20%) gives this a little pucker mouthfeel.
chrislowe profile picturechrislowe - May 12, 2012
Pretty good.
shanled profile pictureshanled - October 13, 2011
Don't know if what I had was actually a Lost Dog…never would describe what I was served as a Red Ale, so I'll hold off on comments/tasting notes for now. But giving a warning in case this actually was a Lost Dog…
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