durhambeer (2500) - Durham, North Carolina, USA - DEC 30, 2009
Draught poor from the brewpub. Pours and looks thin golden; not much head. Floral/grassy but mild hops. Decent amount of malt presence. Thin overall, though. Drinkable. BlackDonald (1126) - Gulf Shores, Alabama, USA - JAN 29, 2008
In a word, thin, very thin. The nose leads more to what you think will be following through in the flavor, but it is very bitter with not a lot of maltiness to accompany the rest of the beer. This is extra boring kp (10881) - Woodstock, Georgia, USA - SEP 1, 2007
Name: Extra Pale Alemuenster (345) - Sevierville, Tennessee, USA - DEC 18, 2006
opaque dark amber, scant head and a whimpy attempt at lace, sweet malt with light floral malt aroma, funky malt flavor, light hops, nice twang, nice bitter finish
Aroma: 4/10; Appearance: 4/10; Flavor: 4/10; Palate: 5/10; Overall: 6/20
Draught at brew pub. Poured into a sampler glass, thin layer of what might be a head in better glassware. The aroma is mild, but there are some obvious grassy hops, and maybe a little spicy fruitiness. The flavor is a bit bland, with a medium hoppy finish that has nothing to back it up. NachlamSie (3536) - Denver, Colorado, USA - SEP 24, 2006
Draught. Pours a golden copper color with no real head. The nose is quite meek, but some apples and corn are noticed. Though it is darker and maltier than most "extra pale" ales, it is by no means robust, nor tasty for that matter. Vegetal notes are abound in this brew. Some pea-taste and stale hay are noticed. This is not good. Jack of the Wood is fairly inconsistent on their brews and I certainly wouldn’t seek out anything titled "extra pale ale" anyway.
GeneralGao (3614) - Iowa City, Iowa, USA - JUL 1, 2006
Draught at the brewpub. Clear light orange color with thin white head. Light sprucy hop nose. Fruity but dry with a slightyl bitter hop finish.