Brewed by Lighthouse Brewing (Canada)
Style: India Pale Ale (IPA)
Victoria, Canada
Serve in Shaker, Tulip


on tap


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RATINGS: 60   WEIGHTED AVG: 3/5   EST. CALORIES: 159   ABV: 5.3%
Not to be confused with any other ‘pale ale’ on tap, this unique style of beer is copper coloured, medium bodied and generously hopped yielding a clean floral aroma and crisp finish. Industry experts have praised this distinguished India Pale Ale as one of the best available anywhere! Silver Medal, India Pale Ale Canadian Brewing Awards 2004

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AFrost (6) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - JAN 14, 2007 does not count
Can. Purchased at BCLDB. Ale glass. Amberish golden colour. Small head that disappears quickly. Slightly hoppy nose. Mild IPA flavour with a hoppy mid pallete and bitter follow through.

bitter (1136) - Henderson, Nevada, USA - AUG 22, 2006
had this on draft in victoria. copper clear hue. small white head. more of a malty beer then a hoppy one. thin but tolerable.

brewgirlca (57) - Edmonton, Alberta, CANADA - AUG 20, 2006
Can. This is a good bitter but it is not an IPA. The beer pours a pretty mid-amber color but the head dissipates almost instantly indicating little malt to back it up. And indeed this is the case. The effervescence is too low even for an ale and thus fails to carry what little floral hop bouquet there is to your nose. The bitterness is good for the level of maltiness but low for an IPA. I was looking for some floral flavours but there is little hop flavour. There is some toasted maltiness from a medium crystal which is nice and saves the beer. Finishes crisp and clean. A good beer to introduce people to a low level IPA but needs more hop flavour and aroma and a higher OG to boost alcohol level to at least 6% for a real IPA.

HazelRah (276) - Summerland, British Columbia, CANADA - JUL 23, 2006
Good malt, flavour reminded me of choclate and strawberries. More generaly, very english. The hops were restrained but worked well as intended: earthy, crisp, and mild.

CapFlu (5132) - Victoria, British Columbia, CANADA - JUN 29, 2006
(Draught) Sampled at the Raven Pub in Deep Cove, BC. Large foam cloud atop a mildly caarbonated golden body. Nose of piney and English hops. Flavour is very piney with underlying Brit hoppiness and malt. Much better than I’d anticipated...

GiBrew (171) - Fredericton, New Brunswick, CANADA - MAY 3, 2006
Can. Golden orange with a small white head. Aroma is weak citrus fruits, some wheat/bread. Likewise for the flavours, medium bodied with a slightly bitter finish.

OKBeer (1175) - Halifax, Nova Scotia, CANADA - APR 23, 2006
Can. Golden amber colour with a frothy off-white head. Caramel, toffee, bread, fruity, and citrus hop aroma. Bready, fruity, and muted toffee flavours. Medium bodied and smooth.

jercraigs (11071) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - APR 23, 2006
UPDATED: AUG 16, 2009 2009-08-13. Orange body with a modest beige head. (3+) Fruity aroma, tea like hops, light leafy notes, muted resin. Flavour is similar, tea like tannins, light fruit and vegetation. Average palate. Meh. 5/3/5/3/10 - 2.6 Can shared by PubStyle

2006-04-XX Can. Golden amber body with a small white head. Light fruity/malty aroma. Moderate bitterness, slightly astringent at times. Touch of malt throughout. Average palate. Inoffensive but rather dull. 5/3/4/3/9 - 2.4

omhper (25949) - Tyresö, SWEDEN - FEB 24, 2006
Canned. Reddish amber, no head. Fruity, flowery aroma with some apple and resin.Sweetish with fairly clean mouthfeel and lingering bitter finish.

MrWalker (926) - Stockholm, SWEDEN - FEB 18, 2006
Can @ OMH-tasting
Caramell flowery aroma. Good balance. Breadlike sweetness and big aftertaste. Nice.

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