Oskar Blues Dale’s Pale Ale is RBar’s Beer of the Week!
THIS VOLUMINOUSLY HOPPED MUTHA… delivers a hoppy nose and assertive-but-balanced flavors of pale malts and citrusy floral hops from start to finish.
Oskar Blues launched its canning ops in 2002, brewing and hand-canning Dale’s Pale Ale in the Lyons, ColoRADo, brewpub. America’s first-craft-canned mountain Pale is a hearty, critically acclaimed trailblazer that changed the way craft beer fiends perceive portable beer (6.5 percent ABV and 65 IBUs)
“Dale’s is an old favorite and a great beer to serve at parties and also pairs pretty well with food. Pours a translucent amber with great clarity and a puffy off-white head with excellent lacing. Smell is heavily malty with a hint of fruit character. Flavor is intensely malty but not offensive and easy to drink for the hop shy.”
At a Glance
Come and try an Oskar Blue’s Dale’s Pale Ale at RBar this week!
“From a 19.2 oz can in a clear glass it has a slightly hazy golden color. A good hop smell up front followed by the sweetness of the malts. Decent carbonation and head. Good balance of flavors, nice hops but not overpowering. The malts are just sweet enough to tie it together. Very refreshing in this God forsaken heat and humidity of Harris county, TX. I’d buy it again.”
Reviews from BeerAdvocate.com
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