Atlantic Blueberry Ale

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Type: Fruit Beer
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  • 5.20% 
  • 2965/3686 
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A light fruit ale, made with Maine wild blueberries. As opposed to many of the sweeter fruit beers on the market, our addition of fresh Maine wild blueberries in this light ale yields a subtle blueberry aroma, without the sweet aftertaste. A mixture of the following Mutton malts, pale, crystal, and Munich, are combined with wheat to give this ale its lighter body, and we only use minimal amounts of Target and Willamette hops.

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  • May 27, 2009
    ElPresidente (12)Rank: Beer Amateur
    3.1
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    This is a fun summer beer if you're looking to mix things up some. The blueberry flavor is pretty cool, but gets old quickly. You're gonna need to put a limit on how many of these you drink.
  • Mar 6, 2009
    ABanerjee (29)Rank: Beer Aficionado
    4.6
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    This is one of my favorite beers. I was sold at the North Carolina Beer Festival in 2008 where I actually drank the beer with the brewmaster. This has a very different feel than traditional "fruity" beers.

    The light blueberry flavor is an afterthought when you really sip on this beer. I have regularly switched over other non-believers when they see this beer on the list. It regularly comes in bottles and is probably the best way to drink it. It is refreshing and not heavy at all.