Deep Cove Brewers & Distillers – Loud Mouth Pale Ale Review
Newcomers on the BC Craft Beer scene, Deep Cove Brewers & Distillers have made quick work of shaking up the who’s-who in Vancouver. Ahead of other newcomers the Deep Cove Bottles are out in the market and being very well received with their quality line of beer. One of the best known brews as of yet is the Loud Mouth Pale Ale. This amber-chestnut coloured ale pours from the bottle with a single finger of tightly packed head. A thick and uniform ring of lacing is left clinging to the side of the glass as the head settles. This ale’s aroma forecasts a well hopped pale ale that has some strong caramel tones, toasted malt and some delicious citrus notes. The flavour has a defined freshness to in with a crisp, citrus and slightly floral flavour. This builds into a well hopped middle featuring piney north-west style hops. The IBU is on the high side for a pale ale but the crisp and refreshing nature of the beer make for a bitterness that is not overpowering. The finish is dry, well hopped and full of North-West pine flavour. A fantastic Pale Ale on the west-coast side of things from Deep Cove Brewers & Distillers.
Alcohol – 5.5%
IBU – 56
Size – 650ml bottles
Price – $5.50 (Deep Cove Brewers & Distillers)