Craft Beer Review – Laurelwood Brewery Free Range Red Ale

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Laurelwood Free Range Red Ale

Laurelwood Brewery Free Range Red Ale: Brewed in Portland, Oregon at a strength of 6.1% and 60 IBU’s this was actually the very first beer I had on my first self guided brewery tour a few years back when they had a public house in North West Portland. It is memorable for me as it was one of the first beers that got me into craft beer and I was curious if it still held it’s ground on my ever growing palate. I mean I will always have an appreciate for it and this brewery, however I haven’t had it in few years so on my last visit I picked up a bottle.

Aroma and Appearance: It pours a clear reddish brown colour with some sporadic bubbles and one finger of off white foam. The aroma was primarily toffee, raisin and rye like bread.

Flavour: Similar to the aroma, the toffee…

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