Steinhaus Mission Street Pale Ale

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Beer Profile

  • Brewery: Steinhaus Brewing Company
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  • Country: United States
  • State: California
  • Style: American Pale Ale (APA)
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  • PHM Grade: B+

Steinhaus Mission Street Pale Ale

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This beer pours a fluffy, 2 finger head and smells of delicious, American hops. Yellow / orange in color, clear, no sediment.

The taste is balanced and crisp, with some solid malt backbone. Satisfying, yet refreshing. The hops are very present, but not overdone. They provide a lingering bitter aftertaste, but just enough to make you want more, rather than turn you off. It’s a pale ale, and although the hops are very clearly there, they are far from destroying your taste buds.

The aroma is a bit piney, citrusy, and resiny- very true to the American pale ale style. This beer is restrained with a moderate ABV, allowing it to be a beer I don’t mind having a few of, if I’m in the mood.

A well crafted, delicious, and affordable beer, available from Trader Joe’s.

It hits the spot- the appropriate carbonation in this beer leads it to feel velvety on the mouth and smooth going down. Medium bodied, but again, refreshing, easy to drink, and tasty.

ABV: 4.6%

Grade: B+

Steinhaus Mission Street Pale Ale, 4.0 out of 5 based on 1 rating
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    Eduardo Kruchten — March 31st, 2011, 11:44 pm
  2. I buy your Mission Street Blonde Ale at Trader Joe’s in Ventura. They have it on special this week with a fare well sign over the display. Is it being discontinued only at that chain or have you stopped brewing it. It’s a great beer to go with salads or chicken sandwiches due to itsa light flavor, pleasant aroma and no after taste to interfere with the flavor of the food.

    john foegen — July 23rd, 2014, 5:39 pm
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