maneliquor (3514) - Perth, AUSTRALIA - MAY 13, 2011
Bottle from Mane Liquor. Pretty surprised with this one. Pours a cloudy orange with quite a big fluffy white head. Aroma brings out sweet caramel malts and some piney hops. There is a slight musky aroma in there as well but it isn’t entirely off putting like most. Plenty of piney hops in the taste with additions of citrus and grass. Good brew bluebetty (1021) - AUSTRALIA - MAR 10, 2011
Bottle. Pours a hazy orange amber with smallish cream coloured. Looks a little flat in the glass. Aromas of light caramel, honey and some grassy hops. Flavours were fairly straight forward. Malt sweetness up front with some resiny hops on the finish. Very soft carbonation. Not the nest but great as a session ale I suggest. Pyobon (1398) - Sydney, AUSTRALIA - JUN 4, 2010
Bottle. Hazy amber brown, no head. Sweet aroima with a hint of honey perhaps. Medium body, light carbonation. Sweet and tangy foretaste with a reasonable bitter finish. Overall a decent beer but not exceptional. I had expected more so was disappointed - however it is very drinkable. SorenE (168) - , NEW ZEALAND - FEB 23, 2010
golden, not much head. aroma and flavour of sweet chewy malt and tropical fruits: mandarins, mango, orange, pinapple maybe. pretty tasty and refreshing. jonno (2761) - JAPAN - FEB 6, 2010
Another brewboy beer that ticks a lot of boxes but ends up coming short. Nose is caramel and toffee. Lovely gark orange colour. In the mouth it is malt centric, with a prick of bitter hops to finish off. Medium to full bodied for the style. Just didn’t leave me wanting any more. Australian Pale Ale Style?
mkel07 (5949) - Brisbane, AUSTRALIA - FEB 5, 2010
330ml bottle. Looks great when poured with a nice tidy off white head sitting above a hazy apricot coloured body. Citrus and flowering rose aromas come through at first. Flavour lets it down a little as it is not quite as strong or flavoursome as other American Pale Ales, but overall not a bad effort. BarossaLuke (552) - AUSTRALIA - JAN 12, 2010
Amber in colour. Aroma is lightly malty with faint fruity hop aroma. Palate is also more on the malt side with balanced bitterness. More an amber ale than pale ale to me, good none the less. yalnikim (800) - Wellington, NEW ZEALAND - DEC 29, 2009
30/01/2009. 330ml bottle. Hazy amber with an airy creamy-looking light tan head. The haze is my fault, it looked bright in the bottle but I dropped a little yeast in... looking back I’m sure this was a good thing. Throws a big fruity, almost winy, aroma of currants and cranberry. Gingerbread. More dark fruit, bready malt and a little toffee malt in the mouth. Moderate bitterness cuts through the malt character along with the spritzy carbonation and slight spicy yeast bite. Really nice complex ale that I’m positive will taste "homebrewish" to people who don’t know any better. A Belgian pale ale perhaps, possibly even more so a funky English pale ale. I’d love to know what yeasts they’ve used in this. Wish I had another bottle too! I just hope it stays this complex and this balanced... I’ve tried a few beers like this that have ’turned’. Look forward to trying more Brew Boys - certainly characterful! Thanks Highlandlad. Jade (434) - AUSTRALIA - DEC 28, 2009
Light amber colour, small head when poured. Strong aroma, hints of apple. Harsh when swallowing. TimE (5808) - Tokyo, JAPAN - DEC 25, 2009
Light amber color. Minerally nose with a touch of apples. The mouth is decidedly hop accent with little malt backbone. Apples. Straight forward bitter finish. Simple, but decent.