In this blog, we are going to talk about another brew from the Big Horn Ram Brewery called 71 Pale Ale. You know the history of this brewery from my earlier blogs. This beer has the 71 for the year that the brewery was founded. In some cases, you can call this their flagship beer.
This beer sits in the glass as slightly cloudy golden color. The smell of the beer is little earthy. The taste is a nice well balance beer. It has a sweet then heavy carbonation taste. The aftertaste has a nice bitter hop kick to it. This beer is perfect in any season and very drinkable.
Here is a description from their website (www.theram.com):
A distinctly drinkable pale ale brewed with a touch of rye and a blend of 5 hops. Deep copper in color with subtle spicy rye character and an enjoyable hoppy flavor.
Here is sources to get to know this brewery:
On ending, like this beer and all the rest of the beers that are made at Big Horn Ram Brewery, they are designed for you to have more than one beer. They are all very drinkable and sessional. The 71 pale ale is one of my favorites at this great brewery. It gives everything I am looking for in pale ale. Go find your nearby Ram Brewery to eat and drink. Enjoy it! Drink it! Metal it !
Bill DJ Weiser