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Monday, December 18, 2006

Beer Tasting: Rock Art India Pale Ale

Adam and I split a variety case of Rock Art, which has become more commonly available in the southeastern region of Pennsylvania. 'So far, so good' we say to the crew from Vermont.

Bryan's Notes:
  • A thin, watery pour
  • Soft, creamy head...dissipates quickly
  • Not much aroma to speak of
  • Just a slight malty
  • Tastes more of an amber ale
  • Not a significant level of hops
  • A drinkable, non-offending beer
  • Difficult to call this an American IPA


Travis said...

I have had the Rock Art brews at a brewfest I went too at Smuggler's Notch VT. Great stuff but I have ont seen it since.

Bryan said...

A brewfest in Vermont sounds like a blast!

Travis said...

It's great! They do one in the fall (first two weeks of December) its a ski and stay, $125, two nights, two day ski pass and antry into the brew fest. They have another one in the spring too.

There is a brewer there called "Switchback" and it's very good. Only selling in kegs, but it's a solid drinking beer.