Half Acre Daisycutter 4 pack 16oz cans

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Half Acre Daisycutter 4 pack 16oz cans

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  • 5
    Daisy Cutter - Half Acre

    Posted by Paul on 15th May 2017

    I love Half Acre!

  • 3
    Not too bad

    Posted by Unknown on 12th Apr 2017

    Mail ordered this along with a few others including Dbl Daisy Cutter. Got this because others on here gave it good remarks.

    I could see where people would really like this with the hops used. It just wasn't what my palette looks for in a well rated Pale.

    It's worthy of picking up in a store, but when paying for shipping, I'd look for something else.

  • 4
    Great Pale Ale

    Posted by Unknown on 8th Mar 2016

    Just a great pale. Bursting with flavor and very crushable.

  • 3
    Not Very Flavorful

    Posted by Thundersnow on 23rd Feb 2016

    I'm not a hater but I was expecting it to have at least as much flavor as SN Pale Ale. Smells really hoppy and then...

  • 5
    Best tasting everyday beer

    Posted by Unknown on 15th Feb 2016

    Wow. This beer was awesome.

  • 5
    One of the best pales out there

    Posted by Unknown on 28th May 2015

    This beer is in my top 3 for the style and being able to have it delivered to Ohio less than a month old is simply amazing.

  • 4
    Easy drinking APA

    Posted by NickS on 17th Feb 2015

    Nice grassy pale ale with lighter-bodied and citrus/grapefruit notes. Easy drinking pale ale that is good straight out of the can or in a glass.

  • 4
    Nice Hoppy Pale

    Posted by Paul Smith on 28th May 2014

    This is a very refreshing pale ale. The aroma is floral with a a touch of pine/resin but not overdone. The appearance is golden/amber with little to no sediment. The taste is of subtle grapefruit and pine with a dryer west coast finish. The mouthfeel is perfect for a pale with a nice crisp finish. Overall, this is a solid pale ale worth trying.

  • 5
    Top-notch pale ale

    Posted by Unknown on 8th Dec 2013

    Pours a hazy golden yellow with a white mousse like head with great retention and lacing. Has a nice grassy and citrus aroma with some herbs and a detectable malt sweetness. Hops are dominate in the taste with citrus and floral notes as well as some grassiness and orange zest bitterness. There is some slight sweetness and even a bit of bread crust. Finishes clean with some lingering bitter. Mouthfeel is crisp with a medium body and carbonation. Wonderful pale ale with a lot of crisp and clean flavor that makes it very drinkable and very enjoyable.