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Santa Clarita Brewing
Last updated: January 12, 1998
20655 Soledad Canyon Road
Santa Clarita CA 91351
Opened January 14, 1994.
Closed December 1, 1997.
Brewer: Mark Van Leeuwen.
Friendly fun kinda place.
Directions: From the I-5 Magic Mountan exit, go east on Magic Mountain Road. Turn left on Valencia. Santa Clarita Brewing is about two miles along on the left, across from Home Depot.
My Opinion Of The Beers That I've Tried:
13.5 points overall
Style 7 - English Bitter
- 11 points - Beer #12-932, at the brewery, May 6, 1995
Red-brown opaque. OK head. Brown-sweet aroma. Redhook-y Tettnang flavor, but extra bitterness helps. Cloying.
Canyon Rail Märzen
Style 17 - Vienna / Märzen / Oktoberfest
- 13.5 points - Beer #12-928, at the brewery, May 6, 1995
Golden, OK head, low carbonation. Slight noble hop aroma. Sweet, caramel flavors. Not really bitter enough.
Golden Oak Ale
Style 6 - American-style Pale Ale
- 13.5 points - Beer #12-930, at the brewery, May 6, 1995
Amber. Very slight haze. Very low carbonation and head. Malty nose. Reasonably thick, pretty sweet. Some hop flavor in finish.
Style 9 - Porter
- 15 points - Beer #13-933, at the brewery, May 6, 1995
Dark brown opaque from haze/yeast. Good head. Black malt aroma. Creamy and burnt. Nice chocolatey finish.
Saint Claire's Triple
Style 2 - Belgian / French Ale
- 13 points - Beer #12-931, at the brewery, May 6, 1995
Dark yellow-red opaque. Good head. Banana aroma. Tastes like bubble gum, bananas, and cloves...pretty sweet. Needs more carbonation.
Style 19 - German-style Wheat Beer
- 14.5 points - Beer #12-929, at the brewery, May 6, 1995
Yellow opaque. Thin head. Some bananas in aroma. Sweet, banana flavor. Pretty flat. Long banana finish.
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