Brewed by Black Sheep
Style: Golden Ale/Blond Ale
Masham, England


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RATINGS: 21   MEAN: 3.13/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.1/5   EST. CALORIES: 120   ABV: 4%
This pale golden beer is brewed using solely Chinook hops, resulting in an adventurous fresh aroma and juicy fruit flavours, balanced by a malty mouthfeel, leading to a crisp, moreish finish. Hops: Chinook

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klm1 (2109) - Bled/SF, - AUG 15, 2017
[email protected] pub; pours straw like pale golden, slightly clear with fluffy dissipating white head. Aroma: typical chinook hop profile with intense citrusy notes. Flavor follows aroma: crisp, bread like malt character and hop profile, with notes mentioned above. Hop bitterness is (for my point of view too) high, finish is dry, bitter. Body is light, texture soft, carbonation is moderate.

scotty (1243) - SCOTLAND - AUG 10, 2017
UPDATED: AUG 10, 2017 Pint in Millers, Sleaforth at a meal to celebrate our 30th wedding anniversary.

ManVsBeer (11723) - Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND - MAY 1, 2017
Cask @ Manchester & County, Manchester. Golden with a creamy head. It’s a smooth pale ale, light in character with a slightly dirty aftertaste.

downender (9103) - Bristol, Gloucestershire, ENGLAND - APR 17, 2017
Cask-conditioned at the Commercial Rooms (JDW), Bristol March 2017. Deep gold in colour, with a small, off-white, head. Lemon fruits, hay, biscuity malts and a touch of citrus hop, before a dryish finish. Fine.

mr_h (6225) - Ayr, SCOTLAND - APR 6, 2017
Cask, belated festival ale, 1/2 pint, hand-pulled at Sir John Moore, Glasgow on 5 Apr 2017, citrus, grain aroma, golden with a thin creamy head and excellent lacing, grain, biscuit, citrus flavours, creamy, sharp hoppy aftertaste.

SamVimes21 (574) - - APR 3, 2017
Cask @ Pear Tree (JDW), Birmingham, pale amber with a white head with a hoppy ,fruity and malty taste leaving a bitter session beer which was a bit thin .

mR_fr0g (14430) - Hertfordshire, ENGLAND - APR 1, 2017
Cask at the moon under water Watford Jdw . A clear pale golden coloured pour with a lasting creamy white head. Aroma is simple base. Malts, faint Cascade, hedgerow hop, little berry and some English yeast ester. Flavour is composed of semi sweet nutty malts, grassy citrus hop, lemon rind faint warming alcohol. Palate is semi sweet grainy,, decent cask condition . Not bad.

The_Osprey (10000) - Richmond, Greater London, ENGLAND - MAR 30, 2017
Cask handpull at the Crosse Keys London as Black Sheep Pathmaker. Hipster with a big beard on the pump clip. Dark golden yellow, still and pretty clear with a dense and compact creamy head with leaves full, thick lacing. Aroma is airy, faint grass, some lime oil if you really plunge your nose in. But very subdued and airy. Body is smooth with soft carbonation, touch frothy in the mouth. Taste is carpet, mild tangy hop astringency, light malt sugars and some faded melon, breathy musty hops, lemongrass vibe kicks in after a while. A grower or slow burner. I could do pints of this in company. Has enough to keep it interesting over time.

john44 (3544) - SW London, Greater London, ENGLAND - MAR 30, 2017
Cask Half Pint at Edward Rayne (JDW), Raynes Park in Mar 2017 - Clear Pale Gold colour. Average white head. Citrus fruity, grapefruit. Moderately hoppy. Bit spicy. Pale malts, caramel. Bitter citrus fruity and malty. Tasty for ABV. Very drinkable. (2017-03)

wheresthepath (2456) - Buckinghamshire, ENGLAND - MAR 29, 2017
Cask at the Hope Tap (JDW), Reading. Deep gold wirh a thick off-white head and a moderate fizz. Minerals, light caramel, floral notes. Bit watery but quite refreshing. Ok.

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