JohnRMurdoch (5152) - Glasgow, SCOTLAND - FEB 14, 2013
500ml bottle from Hippo Beers. Pale golden yellow colour, not much head, some sediment. Biscuit resin & citrus fruit aroma. Biscuit grapefruit & mango flavour. Dry citrus aftertaste. Possibly the best of Mallinsons single hop series. stravale (3150) - Co. Westmeath, IRELAND - NOV 11, 2014
Bottle from Bottle Shop, Cheadle Hulme 
RichardW (1813) - Carlisle, Cumbria, ENGLAND - MAY 7, 2011
Pale straw, slight haze, frothy white head, good head retention
Aroma - Superb fresh grapefruit, some tropical fruit, little malt, the hops speak for themselves, vibrant fresh citrus zest nose
Taste of really fresh grapefruit zest, grapefruit juice , lots of superb fresh bitter grapefruit citrus zest, very light sweet pale malt, so fresh, great flavour for the abv
Palate - Light body, bitter zest, light sweet pale malts. Finish of fresh grapefruit bitter zest
Overall - A superb Golden Ale, just so well made. Not had it on cask, but I reckon the bottle version is best
From Beer n Spirits, Knaresborough. Difficult to add to the very eloquent description provided by the O.P. Lovely sharp grapefruit aroma that doesn’t transfer to the taste as much as I expected. A hint of softness on the tongue, and some peach and kiwi fruit in the finish. The tang lingers around the mouth and, I think, there was some toasted almonds lurking in there too. This is sublime stuff, without the huge alcohol kick that beersof this taste tend to come with. DruncanVeasey (8485) - Nr NUNEATON, Warwickshire, ENGLAND - APR 15, 2012
500ml bottle. Clear-to-misting yellow gold with a fine cap of froth. Lime, mango, pineapple and green stems aroma. Soft and full with a fine- moussed mouthfeel; notes of mango, lemon zest and flowers and a robust bitter hop and husky malt finish. Predictably excellent.
leaparsons (10865) - Wigston, Leicestershire, ENGLAND - AUG 27, 2011
Earlier Rating: 4/27/2011 Total Score: 3.6
500ml bottle- no. 16 in the Now That’s What I Call Hops series. Pale and dusted with fine bits in suspension and a low wisp of suds. Straight fruit salad aroma: red grape, Galia melon, pineapple chunks, Gala apple. Wriggle of shaggy pub dog and Pimms-with-mint leafiness as it warms. Flavour a slightly diluted version of the aroma, with added peach, elderflower, quinine and dunked rich tea. Very, very bitter..tonic water is not an exaggeration- virtually no malt softness to fall back on whatsover, just relentless, scouring, stripped to the bone bitterness. Hints of pollen and petals, but too much would be girly. A delightful, thickly-accented, slightly perfumed punch in the face- if there was a button I could press to deliver the first 15 beers in the series to my door I’d press it.
Bottle. Golden with a white foam. Aromas are gooseberry with kiwi, melon and marmalade. Hay with floral notes. Fruity with yeast and light pine. Flavours are sweet jammy lemon with dry, woody and yeast notes. Peppery, pithy bitter grapefruit and green pine to finish. Herbal, floral and dry on the aftertaste. Very good.
BenH (3431) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - NOV 18, 2011
From bottle. Pours slightly hazy yellow with white head. Aroma of grapefruit, passionfruit and mango. Taste is similar, hoppy. Bit thin, quite bitter