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RATINGS: 721   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.13/5   IBU: 30   EST. CALORIES: 216   ABV: 7.2%
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(Translation from French):
In the XIV century, the good beers were called Goudale, Goudalle or Good Ale. There were sold for 2 deniers a pot at a merchant called Goudalier.

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3.3
Acetobacter (815) - Pennsylvania, USA - SEP 9, 2010
Enjoyed from a 750ml bottle in an elongated tulip glass. The beer pours a light amber color, with a moderate off-white head. The nose shows some initial skunkyness, before transitioning to more inviting aromas of malt and subtle Belgian/Continental yeast esters. The palate replicates these items, showing Germanic malt sweetness in the approach and mid-palate, before some estery notes; the latter falling short of Trappist proportions, but fairly noticeable, just the same. Carbonation seems slightly low, but this may be more a matter of personal preference, rather than stylistic error. The finish leaves a restrained malt/ester note. Overall, a seemingly stylistically accurate beer that is pleasant, but also fairly unmemorable.

2.8
JanEric (1249) - Meppel, NETHERLANDS - AUG 27, 2010
Bottle, 75cl. It says 7,2%. Golden blonde colour, white diminishing head. Aroma has barley, wheat and some hops, somewhat flourish. Slithlgtly bitter taste, metallic, some herbs. Not that special.

2.4
SrSilliGose (3324) - pouring bus, New Brunswick, CANADA - AUG 26, 2010
Bottle. bready, bunch a cooked vegetables, some mushed up moldy doughy bread. taste is dirty muddy cereal. rustic. neat. but not my cup of tea. kinda gayant.

3.4
erickok (6036) - Leuven, BELGIUM - AUG 16, 2010
Golden, clear beer. Aroma with wheat, fruit, sugar cane. Foamy and strong head. Very bitter tingling body. Salty aftertaste. Strange beer, it’s okay. (Bottle 75 cl, I believe 2,95 EUR, bought in France)

2.9
Rune (13720) - Tromsø, NORWAY - AUG 15, 2010
330ml bottle picked up at Systembolaget Passagen in Stockholm. Pours an airy, white head atop of a clear golden body. Fine lacing to the glassware. Nuances of spiced fruits to the nose. Wheat, candy sweetness, yeasty fruitiness and a dash of earthy malts in flavour. Foamy in the mouth. Hidden alcohol. Dry and sweet on the swallow (hotel room in Malmö, 01.08.2010).

3.7
puzzl (3264) - New York, New York, USA - AUG 12, 2010
Bottled. Mildly skunked aroma, German hop, slight cauliflower, yam. Mild yeasty notes. Mostly dry. Big fluffy head. Oxidized, metallic notes sits atop what is otherwise a very pleasing flavor, bready, doughy, light and crisp and mellow. Despite the flawed aroma, this turns out to be a very nice drink.

3
Atom (2593) - Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA - AUG 9, 2010
Bottle dated 12.28.09 pours orange/straw with light white head. Aroma is sweet yeast, grain, and slightly skunky. Taste is sweet malts and grain. Drinkable but nothing special.

2.5
Dedollewaitor (16539) - Odense, DENMARK - JUL 19, 2010
Bottle @ Paris. Thanks Kimber. Pours clear golden with a small white head. Yeast, fruit and paper. Some alcohol. Medium to watery palate.

3
jaghana (6362) - Strasbourg (Alsace), FRANCE - JUL 13, 2010
Bottle 75cl. An amber beer a bit cloudy with medium head. Aroma is typically on amber beer with Cervoise kind of aroma witch means spicy and floral, it seems there is no only hops but other herbs. Not bad, drinkable, but not exceptional.

2.1
lusi (13) - SLOVENIA - JUL 7, 2010
left me disappointed. no particular aroma, a rather thin body, gives an overall impression of a light drinking beer without a special caracter. not much to remember.


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