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Leapbeer Review #116 Wood Cutter Dark Ale by Wolf Brewing

I haven’t had a Wolf Brewing beer in a while so I decided to give their Wood Cutter a try. Its a Dark ale that pours to a coffee colour with about a 1cm head that dissipates after time. It smells of malt and caramel. It has quite a rich taste initially yet it is balanced by a slight bitterness and carbonation. It does have some lingering bitterness to it as well. It doesn’t seem like my usual kind of beer, so I don’t see myself getting this again. It’s not that its bad, just that I’ve had some very good brown ale’s and this doesn’t really compare. Specs are its a 650ml bottle with a 6.0% ABV.

Leapbeer #116 is Wood Cutter Dark Ale by Wolf Brewing (Nanaimo, BC)

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