57. Tuckerman’s Pale Ale

This is my favorite Pale Ale to date from a small brewer in Conway, NH. The White Mountains of NH are one of my favorite places and drinking beer that was brewed there just seems right. This beer is similar to the Smuttynose Pale Ale in color however the taste is superior. Aroma is almost non-existent but I value flavor over smell when reviewing my beer. Will have to look for more from Tuckerman Brewery.
Pros: Taste, color
Cons:
Alcohol Content:
 5.5% ABV
Calories: ???
IBU (Bitterness): ??
Rating: ★★★½☆
Brewers Website: Tuckerman Brewing Co.Brewers Description: Our flagship Pale Ale, released in 1998, is brewed with specialty malts, some grown in Maine, and four types of hops. After fermentation, it is cold conditioned and dry-hopped in lagering tanks for maximum taste and quality. It is naturally carbonated in the bottle or keg using a German process called “krausening”, where a small amount of fresh fermenting wort is added. This produces a delicate carbonation and superior flavor. From the Mash Tun to store shelves is a 30 day process. The Tuckerman Pale Ale is available by the ½ barrel keg, 6-pack, 24 bottle case and in mixed 12-packs with the Headwall Alt.
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