Cooperstown Striker Brown Ale (Little Sheep Dog)

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Type: English Brown Ale
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Striker Brown Ale is similar to an English brown ale "with a little more muscle," Land said, and is a "soccer-themed beer." "It’s a smooth brown that’s not topped off with any hops," Land said. "It’s got a very clean finish."
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  • Nov 9, 2009
    generallee (312)Rank: Beer ExplorerGroup: Fall beer lovers
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    Presentation: It was poured from a brown 12oz into a pint glass. There is no noticeable freshness date on the label.

    Appearance: The body has a dark brown color with a slight reddish hue when held up light. It is dark but the clarity is still good. Its head has a light tan color and stands about one finger tall. It slowly fades down to just a wispy thin layer that makes some slick lacing.

    Smell: There is sweet roasted maltiness in the nose with notes of dark caramel, toffee and just a slight hint of hops.

    Taste/Palate: The flavor has a very sweet and bready malt character with notes of brown sugar, caramel, and some deep roasted notes. There is a very light and smooth buttery flavor as well. Hop flavor and bitterness are very light and offer very little balance to the sweet malt. It has a medium body with a smooth texture and light but active carbonation.


    Notes: Overall It was a good basic Brown Ale.