I am a sucker for craft beer from Colorado. Colorado is where I was introduced to craft beer in the 90s and there are some great breweries there. There is nothing like hiking in the mountains or skiing and then having a burger and a craft brew. Singletrack evokes that feeling in the labeling, but it falls a little short on the flavor. It is a copper ale that pours a bright copper color with a thick white head that lingers for a long time. It has a malty, nutty flavor, but is very mild. It reminds me of a British mild ale. It is lightly hopped, in fact the hops are hardly noticeable. It is a session beer at only 4.9% alcohol, you could have several of these and not be weighted down. It is overall not a bad beer, but I don’t think I would seek it out. I give it 2 out of 5 proper pints.