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The Bruery Loakal Red Oak-Aged American Red Ale Review


Summary & Our Overall Rating

Style: Oak-Aged American Red Ale
Alcohol % (abv): 6.9%, 35 IBUs
Brewery: The Bruery
Location: Placentia, CA
13/ 14

User Rating
20 total ratings



Dry hopped, Aged in American oak barrels

Posted April 24, 2013 by

Review Details

The Bruery Loakal Red Oak-Aged American Red Ale Review

Pours an attractive red color. Hoppy with citrus and floral notes. Caramel, vanilla, and woody notes also come through.  Medium-bodied.

Complex and original.

Dry hopped and aged in American oak barrels.

A great beer to drink solo and take in all the wonderful aroma and flavor elements.

Very limited availability in bottles.

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  1. Avatar of simcoe

    A red ale that is extreme easy to drink with great flavors. The caramel malts and oak blend together very well. Well balanced bitterness in the finish.


  2. Avatar of dale

    Best at the brewery on draft. Floral and oaky with a balanced profile.

    An amazing red ale.


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