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Brewed by Glamorgan
Style: Golden Ale/Blond Ale
Rhondda Cynon Taff / Mid Glamorgan, Wales

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RATINGS: 24   MEAN: 3.15/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.12/5   EST. CALORIES: 123   ABV: 4.1%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Style Pale Ale Colour Golden ABV 4.1% Dispense Cask, 500ml Bottle Our proud pale - this drinkable pale ale embodies all that’s best about Wales: it’s easy going, approachable and will keep you coming back. Tasting Notes: A well-rounded pale ale with intense citrus, tropical and lime flavours. Hints of pine all finished with a clean, hoppy bitterness. Hops: Celeia, Columbus & Goldings

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3.3
Heidbummer (813) - SCOTLAND - OCT 2, 2017
Pint, Butchers Arms. Pours pale, thin white head. Lots of citrus in aroma, and in the taste. Refreshing and bitter, if a bit lightweight. Good session pale.

3.4
Davros IX (449) - Hertford, Hertfordshire, ENGLAND - SEP 18, 2017
Bottle at home from Laithwaite. A nice beer with plenty of malt, some bitter English hops and an enjoyable pint of beer.

3.2
SarkyNorthener (4765) - West Bromwich (Yorkshire Expat), West Midlands, ENGLAND - JUL 27, 2017
Bottle from Morrison’s, Aberystwyth. Golden beer with small head. Aroma of light malt. Taste is pale malts, citrus and biscuit. OK.

2.8
stravale (3088) - Co. Westmeath, IRELAND - JUN 10, 2017
UPDATED: JUN 17, 2017 Aroma: 6 Look: 3 Taste: 5 Palate: 3 Overall: 11
Bottle from Lidl, Longford [100617]
Golden, crystal clear, frothy bubbly white head, light lacing
Aroma of very light citrus, hint of cereal, light sweet pale malt
Taste of light pale malts, light bitter citrus hop, soft cereal, light fruit, very light flavour
Palate - Soft carb, medium light body, bit oily. Finish is a bit dry, light cereal, more bitterness in the tail
Overall - Easy going, refreshing, but too light flavoured and plain for abv

2.9
rauchbier (3925) - Isle Of Beer, Lincolnshire, ENGLAND - FEB 16, 2017
Bottle, from Morrisons. Pale gold, thin but persistent white head and low condition. Gental herbal and spicy hop notes and a touch of fruity malt in the nose, quite grainy in the mouth with a touch of chalkiness and a building hop note with some muted citrus fruitiness. Finish is slightly peppery and briefly hop bitter.

2.9
zacgillbanks (5429) - Tyne & Wear, ENGLAND - FEB 9, 2017
4.3% ABV bottle from Morrisons, Byker. Golden coloured with a thin white head. It has a sweet toffee and citrus flavour with slight pine on the earthy finish. Good.

2.5
matstrange (232) - Kent, ENGLAND - JAN 18, 2017
Thin head atop a slightly hazy straw colour. Minimal aroma. Lightly hopped with a hint of elderflower. Not bad as a session beer as only 4.3%

2.8
The_Osprey (8682) - Richmond, Greater London, ENGLAND - DEC 24, 2016
500ml at home in Blaendulais as ’Glamorgan Welsh Pale’, 4.3%, BB Aug 2017. Dark golden yellow, translucent, spritzy carbonation, foamy off-white head, full lacing. Aroma is airy, elderflower, lemongrass, airy citrus peel Body is quite light, frothy, soft carbonation. Taste is watery, light malts, light minerally, flinty, lemongrass, lightly drying. Quite plain. (2.8)

3.5
AleTamer12 (22) - AUSTRALIA - DEC 17, 2016
Nice hoppy beer. Maybe extra nice cause I’m drinking it in Wales where it’s from. Good clouts and nice for the type of beer it’s trying to be...I mean is..

3.1
I_LUV_BEER (231) - - NOV 3, 2016
Served in a tulip from a 500ml bottle. Pours clear golden colour with a medium white head. Aroma is honey, grass, floral, caramel. Taste is floral, honey, grass, subtle bitter aftertaste. Medium body with medium carbonation. Very refreshing, pleasant and easy to drink


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