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Brewed by Lord Nelson Brewery Hotel
Style: American Pale Ale
Sydney, Australia

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RATINGS: 105   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.06/5   EST. CALORIES: 147   ABV: 4.9%
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Note: The bottled version is brewed and bottled by AIB.

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2.6
   AROMA 4/10   APPEARANCE 3/5   TASTE 5/10   PALATE 4/5   OVERALL 10/20
mattkatz (20) - California, USA - JUL 29, 2012
Bottle pour in pub style shaker, literally around the corner from brewery. Not sure why the bottle stamp is 280212, its nearly August?! Hazy orange color with creme colored head, that seems lasting and leaves thin lacing. This is a true session ale, with low hop profile, smooth palate, and no aftertaste. At 4.9 abv, you can enjoy quite a few of these in an evening, or instead, use it to warm-up to something with more hop.


3.2
MrTipple (6471) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - NOV 21, 2017
Wet straw, floral hops, grass, bitter grain malts. Slightly hazy gold, medium, creamy, white head. Light bitter. More bitter grain and cereal malts, straw, floral hops, grass, medium carbonation, medium bodied. Decent. Bottle at Kingsley's Wooloomooloo, Sydney.

3.4
jjgmd (2248) - Coral Springs, Florida, USA - NOV 3, 2017
At The Sydney Opera House before the tour. Pours a light orange pour with a small beige head. Nose is light citrus. Taste is pleasant citrus with very soft pine. Taste is light citrus, dry and light overall. Finishes on the soft citrus notes with a short dry finish. Quaff Score 7 / 10

3.1
Parmenion777 (357) - Greater London, ENGLAND - NOV 3, 2017
UPDATED: NOV 3, 2017 Bottle - Pours a slightly hazy yellow gold colour with a good sized carbonated foamy near white head that settled to a thick layer. A sweet fruity aroma, citrusy with a hint of tropical fruit and some floral notes. A moderately sweet fruity taste, grapefruit and oranges with not a lot of bitterness in a light dry finish.

3.8
Eddie1976 (125) - - OCT 18, 2017
Well done Lord Nelson brewery this is one fine pale ale, really worth a try. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

3.9
sccp1910 (285) - BRAZIL - MAR 11, 2017
Pale Ale saborosa, com amargor característico e ótimo paladar. Dourada e com espuma branca. Aroma frutado e agradável.

2.8
KeefOz (1916) - Tarragindi, AUSTRALIA - FEB 17, 2017
Poured a clear amber with a very thin bright white head that diminished quickly to a cap that laced poorly. Carbonation moderate, average and coarse. Aroma strongly of malt with subtle pine. Taste is quite malty with very low bitterness. Light body. Crisp and smooth with a very low bitterness on the short finish. Quite lager-like.

2.8
bitterlady (74) - - FEB 4, 2017
Orange sherbet light bitter flavour, quenching lingering floral, perfume may be a little invasive for my palate.

3.1
Dandm (125) - AUSTRALIA - FEB 3, 2017
Schooners at the Lord Dudley. Clear gold with a rim of head. Light and fruity aroma. Tones of citrus on a more traditional, malty pale ale. Bready, yeasty finish. Short hops and low bitterness.

3.2
ANZUShophunter (573) - Brisbane, AUSTRALIA - JAN 15, 2017
From bottle in tapered shaker. Pours hazy amber/yellow with thin white head. Initial fruity hop aroma with a bit of ale yeast underneath it. Fruity taste as well with some orange peel bitterness on the palate.

3.4
Kurtos (222) - Sydney, AUSTRALIA - DEC 13, 2016
Bottle. Pours a colour akin to many other pale ales, a clear pale yellow. Aroma. Fruity nose, not much else i can smell here as aroma is quite faint. Taste. Pinet Bitterness, backed by an aftertaste of sweet citrus and tropical fruits. Overall. quite a nice beer.


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