Red Collar Brewing Co. – Mild Ale

Red Collar Brewing Mild Ale Review


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  • Brewery: Red Collar Brewing Co.
  • Beer Style: Mild Ale
  • Pros:

    A light and easy drinking beer with big flavour

  • Cons:

    Rather thin and light

  • Conclusion:

    A light, low alcohol beer with some depth and flavour to it.

Red Collar Brewing Mild Ale Review Red Collar Brewing Co. – Mild Ale Review

Kamloops BC’s Red Collar Brewing has released an English Mild Ale with a very light 3.8% alcohol. From the bomber bottle this sessionable, summer beer pours as a deep chestnut brown colour topped with a thin finger of head which leaves a smidgen of lacing on the glass. An aroma of cherry, chocolate and an English style hop. Reminiscent of a mild brown ale the Red Collar Mild has a surprising amount of body in the aroma given its light stature. In the flavour the beer is light bodied and crisp. Light chocolate notes along with a toasty-malt characteristic builds up front as a hop-bitterness grows at the back of the tongue. Well hopped, big flavour and a very sessionable stature the Red Collar is a great blend of drink-ability and flavour.

Alcohol – 3.8%
IBU – 32
Size – 650ml bottle
Price – $7.50 (Private Liquor Store)

Red Collar Brewing Mild Ale Review Red Collar Brewing Mild Ale Review

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