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RATINGS: 578   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.91/5   SEASONAL: Special   EST. CALORIES: 150   ABV: 5%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Fleur-de-lis Restoration Ale is made with English Pale, Lager, Crystal and Cara Pils malted barley. We liberally hopped and dry hopped our Ale with American Cascade and Centennial hops and fermented it with California Ale yeast. The result is a brilliant gold ale with a rich body, mild bitterness and a snappy fresh citrus hop flavor and aroma.

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3.9
kidmartinek (5001) - austin, Texas, USA - AUG 15, 2010
Surprisingly good. One of the best offerings from Abita. It has about as perfect of a pour as you could get. Rich, bright copper color with a 2 inch frothy white head that tops the glass. The carbonation holds the head fairly well. Aroma is hoppy, nice and bitter. Flavor has liht citrus, heavy bitterness and mild malt. The finish is refreshing and light. A very nice beer.

3.9
TourDeBeer (123) - your mummas pants, AUSTRALIA - JUN 27, 2014
Bitter aromas, medium bitters that don't linger. Not a bad drop for 4$ a stubble. -- rated via 'Find A Beer' for Blackberry 10

3.8
Kyleisraaddd (19) - Marble Falls, Texas, USA - DEC 2, 2009
This is a great beer just to chill and drink with friends. Very easily drinkable. It poured light amber with smallish white head.

3.8
zestytaco (34) - Niceville, Florida, USA - NOV 26, 2011
The appearance was a pale golden with a short lived head. Nice grain smell with a touch of floral hop. The flavor was great, not overpowering, smooth, and flavorful with a nice hop kick. Very easy to drink beer, could easily down six in one sitting.

3.8
Aholmb1 (134) - New Orleans, Louisiana, USA - MAY 10, 2013
Appearance: very dense white head when poured, the head stays in tact for a while, cloudy orange golden color, the head is about two inches Aroma: grassy, hoppy, earthy Taste: bitter, grassy, hoppy, taste evolves, complex, citrusy, caramel Palette: medium body, leaves bitterness on tongue Overall: if you like hoppy this beer is for you, refreshing and crisp ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

3.8
StevieT (2015) - AUSTRALIA - FEB 20, 2016
On tap at Lester & Earl. Enough hops to be an IPA in my mind, delicious and smooth with a slight sweet finish.

3.8
weordie (1313) - Tyne & Wear, ENGLAND - APR 1, 2016
Pours clear golden with a foamy head. The aroma is a lush honey/malt. A sweet honey, malt flavour with just a hint of a bitter finish. I really like that but couldn’t drink lots.

3.7
jzzbassman (1638) - Arlington, Texas, USA - MAY 14, 2006
I’m definitely against the grain on this one. Could have been the surroundings, but had this at a crawfish boil and in the afternoon sun, a 6pk of this was really enjoyable. A big floral aroma, a touch medicinal, with a fruity hop punch. Very fresh tasting. I’m almost afraid to buy another 6 pk; it may not be anywhere near this good, jusging by the ratings.

3.7
GreatLibations (1854) - Last Supper, Arizona, USA - JUN 8, 2006
Pours golden w/ a shallow, spritzy froth. Aroma is slight w/ malt and spice. Light to medium nectar w/ ample residual effers. Flavors are bright, crisp, clean, and slightly fruity with a slight hop character. Finish is wet w/ a perfect bttering. Overall: I like it. Well ballanced, complex, delicious.

3.7
SudsMcDuff (8462) - .....Manchester United.........., Texas, USA - APR 19, 2007
..finally found this beer, drank in Nawlins!! pours with a big-ish head, dissipates quickly...leaves some lacing...Nice smelling beer-like a mild ipa....Great taste!...good amount of hops..smooth and jazzy, just like NO....better than most abita’s...class in a bottle, I Love New Orleans!!....this place really is the Big Easy!


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