Brewed by Partners
Style: Golden Ale/Blond Ale
Dewsbury, England


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RATINGS: 19   MEAN: 3.17/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.07/5   SEASONAL: Summer   EST. CALORIES: 153   ABV: 5.1%
Cask; Seasonal - July/August.
Previously a regular beer,
Originally brewed by Bob’s Brewing Co. Production moved to Partners Brewery after they took over Bob’s in 2016.

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ManVsBeer (10927) - Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND - JUL 7, 2014
Cask @ The Angel, Manchester. Blonde with a thin head. Has a lovely silky smooth texture and a malt character.

s_hartshorne (2796) - wakefield, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND - FEB 24, 2014
Cask Ossett beer festival. Yellow gold colour ok white head lacing. Aroma weak citrus malts taste is similar sour bitter finish. Medium body soft carbonation. Ok stuff.

oh6gdx (26487) - Vasa, FINLAND - JUL 5, 2011
[email protected] Yellowish golden colour, mediumsized bubbly white head. Aroma is fruity, mildly grassy with some slight citrus fruity notes as well. Flavour is citrusfruits, mild herbs, wood and some slight bready malts. A bit grainy in the finish. Yet quite pleasant to drink.

anders37 (26878) - Malmö, SWEDEN - JAN 12, 2011
Cask @ GBBF 2010. Pours a clear golden colorwith a small off-white head. Has a fruity malty citrus lemony hoppy aroma. Fruity malty hoppy citrus flavor. Has a fruity malty hoppy finish.

cgarvieuk (25703) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - SEP 12, 2010
cask at GBBF 2010 ... as bobs brewing ... golden yellow ... eggy lemon nose ... sharp lemon ... dull hop ... poor

madmitch76 (25321) - , Essex, ENGLAND - AUG 29, 2010
4th August 2010. GBBF.
Presented as ’Bob’s Brewing Chardonnayle’. Clear gold beer, suddy white head. Light semi dry palate. Nice light orange hops - a little tangy. Some floral sweetness. Some grape (or is that the power of suggestion in the name?). Nice beer - if it was less dry this would be 3.5 or 3.6.

fonefan (50669) - VestJylland, DENMARK - AUG 25, 2010

Cask (handpump) @ Kings Head (Station Tavern, Free House), Huddersfield Station - St. Georges Square, West Yorkshire, Huddersfield Road, HD1 3EB.

Clear medium yellow orange color with a average, frothy to creamy, good to fair lacing, mostly lasting, white to off-white head. Aroma is moderate malty, toasted, fruity, overripped apple, citrus - lime notes. Flavor is moderate sweet with a average duration. Body is medium, texture is watery to oily, carbonation is soft to flat. [20100119]

harrisoni (19165) - Ashford, Kent, ENGLAND - MAR 18, 2009
Cask at Bricklayers Arms Yorskhire Festival 09. Clear paleish gold, thin white head. Bit of butter on the aroma. Supposed to be made with US hops. Well they may have waved some hops near the kettle at some point. It’s a sub Summer Lightning Me2 beer.

MesandSim (7117) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - MAR 2, 2009
A Mes rate: gravicask at the Bricklayers Yorkshire fest.
Clean pale gold with a thiin white head and decent condition. Earthy malt, faint grassy hops and maybe a very slight hint of diacetyl but it’s not a spoiler. Straight forward bitter finish. Decent stuff overall.

DruncanVeasey (8260) - Nr NUNEATON, Warwickshire, ENGLAND - OCT 9, 2008
UPDATED: OCT 15, 2008 ’Bob’s Chardonnayle’, Solihull ’08. About the only beer left I hadn’t tried by last orders Saturday afternoon, so no option but to plunge in despite my reservations and the excruciatingly punny name. Glad I did. Lovely ripe tropical fruit aroma touching on mango and pineapple. Fine lemony citrus hoppage tempered with fibrous oaty, biscuity pale malt afters etc. Goes on and on. Didn’t get anything especially vinous or perfumey, just a really solidly hopped, tropical-accented GA drinking way below its fairly hefty ABV.

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