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Review by tavernjef on 05/06/10  
Score Appearance Smell Taste Mouthfeel Overall Impression Year
80 3 9 16 4 8 2010
Purely bright orange with a slight rusty tint to it. Clear bodied with a few bubbles slowly floating within. Nice medium stacked starchy capping of lightly yellowed foam. Fizzes down to a solid skim and a bumby laced ridge of thick sheets and teathered strings.

Aroma of slightly toasted and very sweet malt; doughy, slippery, a tad of caramel too. Nice notes of grassy herbal hops on top. Could be bolder, but its good enough to keep the nose happy.

Taste is smooth and firm with malt, tenderly sweet and caramel lofted, gains a bit of light toasted edge as it blends into the finish as does the hops with floral grasses. Again, could be bolder, but is pleasantly soft, subtle, and creamy smooth.

Firm, clean, smooth feel, about a medium body, perhaps a tad short and thin in some of its overall carriage for an O-fest, but solid non-the-less.

A very nice going easy drinkin' O-fest that suits the style well for what an American brewery can pull off; which Left Hand does well with this nice brew.

Served In: Pint Glass

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