BJ's Brewhouse is a chain of restaurants which feature beers brewed by the chain's own brewmasters. Jeremiah Red Ale is one of the house beers. I had the glass pictured here at the Tuttle Crossing location.
Jeremiah pours a clear copper with thin off white head that dissipates within seconds.
The aroma is malty with not much else going on.
The flavor is a nice balance of malt, hops, and sweetness. The result is a very drinkable and pleasant red ale, though nothing you're going to get terribly excited about.
It's available at the chain's locations around the country.
It's 7.3% alcohol by volume and rated at 25 IBUs. The price at the time I tried it was $5.25 per pint.
My rating of 7 out of 10 fits in neatly between Beer Advocate's 83 (good) and Rate Beer's 56 overall scores.