Neomexicanus Native, an American Pale Ale by Crazy Mountain Brewing Company

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Neomexicanus Native is an American Pale Ale brewed by Crazy Mountain Brewing Company, and for the purposes of this craft beer review, the ale was served in a shaker pint glass from a can.

Appearance

Pours a cloudy straw color with a thin head of white foam that yields a little retention but no lace.

Aroma

The aroma is bright with a scent of tangerine and mango.

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Flavor

The palate consists of piney hops backed by tangerine, mango, and a base of cracker malt. Finishes with a mild, yet lingering lemony bitterness.

Mouthfeel

Its feel has a lighter body than expected; somewhat grainy with ample carbonation.

Overall

Neomexicanus Native is a Pale that offers a little something different. But perhaps the brew would be better served in a different style. A tweak here and there and this could be a Gose or Saison. Or maybe a Wheat Ale. Regardless, this is still an enjoyable brew that’s refreshing and easy to drink.

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