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Brewed by Farmageddon Brewing Co-Op
Style: Golden Ale/Blond Ale
Comber, Northern Ireland

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RATINGS: 14   MEAN: 3.33/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.24/5   EST. CALORIES: 141   ABV: 4.7%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
bottled, regular
malt,maize,hops, yeast
contains maize for colour and a lighter body

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3.6
mr_h (6014) - Ayr, SCOTLAND - AUG 20, 2017
Cask (4.2%), 1/2 pint by gravity at PRAF 2017, Town Hall, Paisley on 20 Apr 2017: pine, tropical fruits aroma, pale golden with a thin white head and sparse lacing, tropical fruits, citrus flavour, modern hop aftertaste.

3.1
SamVimes21 (573) - - APR 20, 2017
Cask @ Broood at VinQuatre , Leicester , pale amber with a white head with a citrus , light malt and fruit taste leaving a aftertaste of citrus and herbal fruit it’s ok .

3.3
AshtonMcCobb (6953) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - FEB 3, 2017
Bottle at cgarvieuk tasting.
Appearance - pale golden with a thin head.
Nose - light elderflower and citrus.
Taste - more citrus and herbs.
Palate - light bodied with a creamy texture and a long dry finish.
Overall - not bad.

3.5
Stuu666 (15056) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - FEB 3, 2017
Bottle at Craigs. Pours golden, nose is orange, pineapple, taste is sweet, juicy peach, citrus.

3.4
cgarvieuk (26089) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - FEB 3, 2017
Bottle at home golden amber... Thin white lacing.. Dry zezty passion fruit nose... Juicy zezty dry fruit.. Long dry passion

3.2
vipinvelp (4555) - Velp, NETHERLANDS - OCT 8, 2016
Clear yellow, white lacing foam head. Nice sweet hoppy aroma, decent bitter taste. Barley, some sweet tones. (Velp 201610)

3.6
flying_pig (1665) - SCOTLAND - AUG 12, 2016
500ml bottle from Reilly’s, Lisnaskea (£2.29):

Nice stuff from Farmageddon this time round, this offering proving to be miles better than their White IPA that I really didn’t enjoy at all; thankfully this one wasn’t quite as off-putting or unbalanced. There was a fresh & quite hoppy start to the beer as it came through with subtle bitterness & a few earthy flavours at points. There was a couple of background fruits that appeared around the middle & touches of biscuit featured heavily too. Without being an overly complex beer, there was still enough to keep me interested & I’d be tempted to try more from the brewery now given the vast improvement between this & the last from them that I tried.

3.3
blackisle (2849) - Amsterdam IJburg, NETHERLANDS - MAY 13, 2016
Bottle 50cl. as Gold Pale Ale, label says abv 4.2%. Poured into a shaker. Hazy matt pale golden, good two finger creamy white head, half-way lasting, good lacing; aroma pale malt, pear, citrus, grass; mild taste, medium sweet and bitter, malty, dusty, light fruit; bit thin dry bitter aftertaste, fruity and spicy notes; medium body, oily to watery texture, soft carbonation; besides the color and the thin finish a nice fresh pale ale.

4.4
BeerBoutique (2) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - APR 28, 2016 does not count
Thought I should try it before it goes.. consumed with Bille Holiday
On appearance it is indeed very pale gold. Aroma is classic yeasty grassy and slighty spicy, with a little pear, smoke and oil, very pleasant and rewarding. Nice and sweet tropical, would be great for Neck Oil lovers who want something even easier. Recommend it at shelf temp, or slightly chilled, lots of flavours to explore with nothing nasty coming through. Great beer.

3.4
elbernays (1702) - Dublin, IRELAND - MAR 15, 2015
Bottle from Blackrock cellar. Pours golden with white head. Citrus, leaf, grass, bread, bit of corriander. Biscuit malts with a dry bitter finish. Medium body. Medium bubbles which lifts the citrus hops.


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