Brew Review – Left Hand Sawtooth Ale

Left hand brewing sawtooth aleBrewery: Left Hand Brewing Co.
Brew: Sawtooth Ale
Style: American ESB
ABV: 5.3%
Their Take: It’s all you’ll ever need. Sessionable. Unpretentious. Our original flagship. Proof that a beer can be both complex and balanced. Malty chewiness slowly transitioning over to herbal, earthy hops with a dry finish. Brewed to be enjoyed with friends and to stimulate serendipity.

My Thoughts
For my first review, I decided to go with Left Hand’s Sawtooth Ale.It’s a pretty middle of the road beer as far as ales go with a mild amount of hoppiness to add a nice little kick, but nothing too overpowering. It has a pleasant smell, and a lighter taste with a weaker aftertaste. It won’t knock you back, and you won’t have any problems knocking a few of these back; I definitely agree with their sessionable claim. To me, it’s more of a warm weather beer, very refreshing, something to stand by the grill with. Overall, definitely something worth checking out if you see it in the stores and are looking for a medium ale to get you through the night.

Rating: 7/10

Feel free to leave comments if you’ve had the beer, or with any questions below. Also, this is my first beer review, so let me know what you liked, what you didn’t, and what you would like to see in the future. Any input at all is appreciated as I build this site up.

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4 Responses to Brew Review – Left Hand Sawtooth Ale

  1. Dan says:

    Nice work on the review! Maybe add the price of a 6-pack.

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