art801020 (4) - - DEC 28, 2017 does not count Ayumbomb (63) - Asheville, North Carolina, USA - DEC 2, 2005
3.1 AROMA 5/10 APPEARANCE 3/5 TASTE 5/10 PALATE 4/5 OVERALL 14/20
This is a dependable beer if anything. You walk into almost any bar, you walk into almost any supermarket, and there it will be, so if nothing else is around that will keep you company, this beer will always be a loyal friend. No fair-weathered bullshit, just straightforward honesty and good times. Definitely one of my favorite mass-produced concoctions.
UPDATED: DEC 28, 2017 Refrescante, gran sabor aunque se queda lejos de algunas del estilo, sobre todo para quienes estamos acostumbrados al sabor de las American Pale Ale. LordMachineGun (13) - - OCT 22, 2017
Buena cerveza, Buena cerveza, Buena cerveza, Buena cerveza, Buena cerveza,
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone JefVerstraete (3753) - Oosterzele, BELGIUM - OCT 22, 2017
Cask @ P&O Ferry. Amber colour, white foam. Sweet, malty, bit skunky. Light bitter, some tartness. Meh, not very nice bitter. StoutBeerReviews (277) - Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA - OCT 14, 2017
I liked this quite a bit. mild and toasty, went great with my fried haddock scarpin (74) - Moorhead, Minnesota, USA - SEP 16, 2017
UPDATED: SEP 16, 2017 Cerveja muito boa. Para uma pale ale, é leve e refrescante. Deliciosa. Vale a pena experimentar.
aoiioushi (10) - North Carolina, USA - SEP 1, 2017
amber, clear, minimal head, medium sweetness, medium bitterness, lightly sour, medium body, thin feel, fizzy, Bacchus66 (1007) - South Carolina, USA - AUG 28, 2017
12oz bottle at home. Clear amber with a medium white head. Mild malt profile, light hops, some bread. Light bodied. Malty finish. I remember this being better back in the day, but maybe it’s a palate thing. LaserDave (34) - - JUL 14, 2017
Available filtered in bottles, cans, and kegs. Versions of Bass brewed in the UK for export at 5%-5.2%, as well as a US-brewed version for the North American market at 5%. Brewed from the late 70s at Burton. In 2000, after Interbrew bought the Bass brand, production was switched to the Ulster brewery in Northern Ireland. In 2003 production and distribution was switched to Latrobe for a 12-18 period after which it reverted to the UK, latterly at InBev’s Samlesbury brewery. As of 2012, the US version was being produced at A-B InBev’s Baldwinsville brewery.
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone jinroh (2470) - ESTONIA - JUL 3, 2017
Pours clear amber, at first quite prominent foamy head but after a short while, nothing really left of it. Nose caramelly, sweetish and grainy. Malt caramel? Taste has moe of that, mild and smooth still, fruity, and lots of biscuits there in the second wave. Toasted caramel, bitterness is quite light, some metallic elements coming out in the end. Aftertaste is relatively mildly bitter, some more metal. Overall, well, drinkable - yes, excellent - not really, English - probably so. 17Beer (452) - Connecticut, USA - JUN 10, 2017
Very mild aromas of citrus and malt. Pours a golden orange with a white head that dissipates quickly. Subtle balanced tastes. Not very distinctive but pleasantly drinkable.