Review Updated on 2018-01-05
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Rating 94
Style American Pale Ale, Pale Ale
Produced In United States
ABV 5.5%
Availability Year Round

Perfect For

All-Day Sipping, Summer Sipping

Alpine Beer Company Truck Trail Ale Review

Some people like dirt back roads and the great outdoors, others just like the idea of dirt back roads and the great outdoors. Alpine Beer Co.'s Truck Trail Ale is for both. Truck Trail Ale is an easy drinking pale ale that satisfies whether you're taking a long hike through the woods or sitting at your desk wishing you didn't miss happy hour. It's one of Alpine's first forays into cans, and the name pays tribute to the Anderson Truck Trail in Alpine, Calif. The mix of Cascade and Centennial hops adds pine and citrus notes while the forward bitter flavor is balanced out by sweet malt. It's reliable, sessionable, bitter, balanced, and just piney enough to add flavor without making you feel like a tree muncher. If you don't like it, well, you're probably one of those people who claps when your plane lands.

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Alpine Beer Company Truck Trail Ale
Some people like dirt back roads and the great outdoors, others just like the idea of dirt back roads and the great outdoors. Alpine Beer Co.'s Truck Trail Ale is for both. Truck Trail Ale is an easy drinking pale ale that satisfies whether you're taking a long hike through the woods or sitting at your desk wishing you didn't miss happy hour. It's one of Alpine's first forays into cans, and the name pays tribute to the Anderson Truck Trail in Alpine, Calif. The mix of Cascade and Centennial hops adds pine and citrus notes while the forward bitter flavor is balanced out by sweet malt. It's reliable, sessionable, bitter, balanced, and just piney enough to add flavor without making you feel like a tree muncher. If you don't like it, well, you're probably one of those people who claps when your plane lands.

Reviewed On: 08-10-2017
94
POINTS
Alpine Beer Company Truck Trail Ale
Some people like dirt back roads and the great outdoors, others just like the idea of dirt back roads and the great outdoors. Alpine Beer Co.'s Truck Trail Ale is for both. Truck Trail Ale is an easy drinking pale ale that satisfies whether you're taking a long hike through the woods or sitting at your desk wishing you didn't miss happy hour. It's one of Alpine's first forays into cans, and the name pays tribute to the Anderson Truck Trail in Alpine, Calif. The mix of Cascade and Centennial hops adds pine and citrus notes while the forward bitter flavor is balanced out by sweet malt. It's reliable, sessionable, bitter, balanced, and just piney enough to add flavor without making you feel like a tree muncher. If you don't like it, well, you're probably one of those people who claps when your plane lands.

Reviewed On: 08-10-2017