RATINGS: 1135   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.53/5   IBU: 38   EST. CALORIES: 147   ABV: 4.9%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Pale 31 is an ode to our home state of California—the 31st to be named in fact. Beer may not be associated with terroir the way wine is, but we believe that where we’re from impacts how our beers taste. This California Style Pale Ale represents the bold yet approachable spirit that embodies our state. A crisp floral hop aroma precedes a medium-body and clean finish.

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3.8
HopfenWeisse (1529) - - AUG 13, 2012
4.6% version (Braufactum). Clear golden colour with medium head. Aroma is floral, malt, hops. Flavour is hoppy, caramel malt.

3.8
Blairgus (4536) - California, USA - AUG 8, 2012
8 aug 2012, bottle. Yellow, clear, steady bubbles. Nose is grapefruit rind hops. Thin body and fizzy. Mildly bitter grapefruit rind with some kind of floral or peach hints. Decent malt balance with a slight slant towards hops. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

3.2
STL_Drew (153) - Saint Louis, Missouri, USA - AUG 3, 2012
Golden good head white fully diminishing little lacing Malty aroma with a hint of citrus Sweet start with a slight bitter finish Medium bidy

4.1
McStagger (13) - Santa Barbara, California, USA - AUG 2, 2012
Appearance: golden, clear, white foam, moderate dissipation, nice retention. Aroma: citrus, floral, spruce, moderate grapefruit notes. Taste: medium bitterness, light acidity. Palate: medium body, lively, bitter. Crisper than many APA’s, this beer is an approachable "hoppy beer" that finishes crisp and dry. Excellent drinkability. Overall, this is an absolutely stellar session beer, especially for those that enjoy the hoppier side of life. Light bodied, yet very flavorful with a crisp, bitter and drying finish. Move over Sierra Nevada Pale, there’s a new sheriff in town.

3.5
jeffs515 (123) - Ogden, Utah, USA - JUL 30, 2012
Good beer. Pours an orange color frothy white head medium carbonation. Smell is of sweet citrus not very strong scent. Taste is citrus pine bitter in the end. Good beer.

3.4
Savvy1982 (1706) - Lethbridge, Alberta, CANADA - JUL 30, 2012
Bottle at home, from my Minneapolis Town Hall Glass. Pours clear pale honey-gold, moderate white head that laces beautifully. Nose is clean corrugated cardboard (a quite pleasant smell that I rather enjoy, though I realize that "cardboard" has rather negative connotations) along with some light, floral/spicy hops. Flavours are broad and rather bready/biscuity, with some grassy hops, and just a touch of tropical fruit in the finish. Decent, but not overly exciting.

3.1
bs476 (80) - - JUL 29, 2012
A sort-of boring ipa. Pleasant to drink but not something I would rush to return to. Th finish is also a little short. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

3.2
hirigalzkar (3133) - Stockholm, SWEDEN - JUL 21, 2012
Bottle. Pours golden with a white head. Very average in all aspects. Quite crisp, quite fruity and with a moderate bitterness.

3.9
robinvboyer (4611) - Sturgeon Falls, Ontario, CANADA - JUL 16, 2012
In my opinion this was the single version of the double jack. Everything seemed the same, but just turned down to 5-6 instead of 11. ( tried them both side by side.) Great citrusy hops, solid bready malts. The body was a little thiner, and the motuhfeel was a little less viscous, and the bitterness was quite a bit less intense and hit around the light to medium mark. Excellent session pale ale.

3.5
olio (10168) - Tampere, FINLAND - JUL 13, 2012
Draught @ Apex, Portland.
Pours clear golden color with small head. Aroma of pale malts, mild hops, fruits and some notes of nuts. Flavour of fruits, hops, malts, hay and nuts. Decent.
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