Moab Pale, an American Pale Ale by Moab Brewery

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Moab Pale is an American Pale Ale brewed by Moab Brewery, and for the purposes of this craft beer review, the ale was served in a shaker pint glass from a can.


The pale pours a crystal-clear copper and is topped by an inch-thick cap of white foam that withdraws slowly. Large patches of sticky lace are left clinging to the glass.


The aromatics are faint, consisting primarily of caramel malt.

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The palate is led by a quartet of hops. The combination of Mt. Hood, Centennial, Chinook, and Simcoe hops lend grassy, floral, and piney notes; balanced nicely by caramel malt.


The feel is slightly thin with a less-than-medium body and moderate carbonation.


The Moab Pale receives high marks for presentation and flavor but its mouthfeel could use more heft. Otherwise, this is an enjoyable pale.

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