Lost Cove Pale Ale

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Type: American Pale Ale
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Lost Cove American Pale Ale

This aromatic American Pale Ale is a session beer meticulously handcrafted with a unique Highland twist. Discover the secrets of Lost Cove in a summery American pale ale inspired by the spirit of Appalachia's past. Delicate Pilsner malt blends with Cascade Hops for a hop-forward, cold-fermented ale with a citrusy aroma and crisp, clean finish.

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  • Jul 1, 2015
    malvrich (96)Rank: Beer Novice
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    12 oz. bottle into a pint glass. Best by 10/28/2015
    A: Very pale clear straw color with a small but persistent head and nice leggy lacing. Little visible carbonation.
    S: Smells nicely of biscuit, cracker and a slight bit of floral hops. Sort of like a Czech pilsner.
    T: Crisp and wet with less malt flavor and instead a mild citrus rind hop note. Alas a bit watery to be sure. Not bad. Hoppy finish is kind of nice, adds a bit of character.
    M: Thin and a bit watery with a good bit of bubbles on the tongue. Average at best.
    O: I had heard this compared to various pilsners and I get that from the smell, but I don’t think it holds up to that expectation or that of a pale ale. Pleasant enough but not worth another purchase IMO.