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Baird Big Red Machine Fall Classic Ale by Baird Beer

by Rob
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Big Red Machine Fall Classic Ale

Big Red Machine Fall Classic Ale is a seasonal beer brewed by Baird Beer and is available annually from October 1st. It comes in bottle or on draught at all Baird Beer Taprooms. Big Red Machine Fall Classic Ale has an IBU of 45 units and contains four types of malts along with four types of American hops. In terms of style, it is a märzen from Germany.

Big Red Machine Fall Classic Ale
Big Red Machine Fall Classic Ale was brewed initially in 2005 as a 30-year tribute to the Cincinnati Reds World Series championship team of 1975
Nakameguro Taproom Big Red Machine
One of the seasonal beers is Baird Beer's Big Red Machine.

Big Red Machine Fall Classic Ale Aroma and Taste

Big Red Machine Fall Classic Ale had a dark red, perhaps more brown than red body to it with very little head. The head I did manage to tease out was from some nifty wrist flicking action at the end. The malts in the beer pushed the aromas up into the nasal cavity, blasting them over the big green monster with notes of caramel, toffee, pine, and a strong nose of smokiness. There were some hops to Big Red Machine Fall Classic Ale but the powerful malt mix sends them to the bottom.

This beer is a bold in the body as brash as it is in the nose. The bitterness comes through to make it bolder than the IBU 45 suggests but fades off quickly. The caramel and toffee are the big hitters in Big Red Machine Fall Classic Ale and are strong throughout the beer. The aftertaste at the end is bitter with the smokiness lingering on the taste buds.

Big Red Machine Fall Classic Ale One Line Review

Big Red Machine Fall Classic Ale is a solid beer that would be an excellent choice for a session beer if it wasn’t 6.5%.

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Where to Buy Big Red Machine Fall Classic Ale

Big Red Machine Fall Classic Ale can be bought at the Baird Beer Taprooms while stocks last. At the time of writing, GoodBeer.jp has it in stock here.

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