Pailhead (6543) - Rochester Hills, Michigan, USA - DEC 27, 2006
Bottle: Courtesy of cbkschubert via trade. The aroma is very strange. I smell gravy, light caramel, and some citrus hops. It pours a hazy orange with a small soapy white head. The flavor starts with caramel and toffee. There are hints of orange in the background. It finishes with a dose of oxidized citrus hops. demitriustown (1192) - Sterling Heights, Michigan, USA - DEC 22, 2006
22 oz bomber: via trade with Holdenn "thanks!". Slightly fruity aroma some definite hop characteristics(no the medium side of hoppiness), somewhat of a wheat scent to this brew. a small aroma of cinnamon, and a light roasted caramel goodness. Poured a cloudy orangish/amber with a absolutely immense fluffy white head that diminished slowly. Taste is medium bodied, with a fruity and medium hoppiness to it. Some caramel and roasted nut notes with a light acidity. palate is mildly bitter on the lips with a minimal caramel overtone that lasts for quite a while. Overall, It’s a good Pale Ale. It’s not the best but pretty good. iowaherkeye (2804) - Ocean Beach, San Diego, California, USA - DEC 5, 2006
22oz bomber, no date. Pours a slightly hazy honey orange with a 4+ finger head--which I believe is making a mound over the height of the glass. Aroma has some earthy and citrusy hops with some dirt and caramel malts. It has a bit of an English bitter aroma to it. I don’t have the patience to wait for the head to die down, so I’ll start by eating it (the head). The closest thing this beer reminds me of in recent memory is Coniston Bluebird Bitter--at least the taste of the head. Mainly because the head tastes a little like eating dirt and straight bitterness. Some citrus does make an appearance.Dry lingering bitter finish. Surprisingly from all that head the carbonation doesn’t suffer too much--it’s moderate but a tad too sharp with a light to medium body. Hopefully all of the Moylan’s I received from IrishBoy will be better than this one I bought. gputty (456) - Virgina Beach, Virginia, USA - DEC 3, 2006
From bomber. Pours a dark orange with huge rocky off whtie head. Amazing lacing. Nose is orange and lemon rind with tangerine. Flavor is sweet malts and more tangerine. Nice balance and a great beer to look at. Immy (1958) - Virginia Beach, USA - NOV 29, 2006
Bomber with gputty. HUGE off white, rocky head over a hazy gold body. Orange/tangerine nose with some underlying sweet malt. Sweetly bitter citrus flavors, more tangerine. Resinous finish. Liked this one quite a bit!
nahthan (129) - Oakland, California, USA - NOV 16, 2006
Tap at Barclay’s in Oakland. Body of a pale ale, hopped more like an American IPA without going overboard. slightly musty hop aroma that reminds me of moonlight’s twist of fate. extremely unique hop flavor, a sharp/floral/vegetal bitterness combination that reminds me of curry leaves. good malt backbone without giving me the impression that the finishing gravity was overly high. nice low alcohol makes it easy to enjoy a few pints. Excellent pale ale. Thanks James. Glouglouburp (6103) - Montreal, Quebec, CANADA - NOV 7, 2006
Partly cloudy orange-copper body with a short-lived white head. Some light watered down caramel in a watery thin body. Some fruity/grassy hops supply a welcomed light to medium bitterness. Hard to describe anymore than this. Competently put together but ultimately generic session beer. Named in the honour of their Tipperary County founding fathers, may they be remembered longer than this forgettable beer. cbkschubert (2901) - BFE, Arizona, USA - OCT 27, 2006
22 oz. bottle purchased through HiTimeWine - Pours a clear orangish-golden color with a small off white head. Very light lacing. Has a citrus hop aroma. Has a bitter citrus hop flavor. The beer seems to coat the tongue. Dry finish. Medium body. Decent beer ChillCoat (1029) - Concord, California, USA - OCT 6, 2006
Bottle. Clear, pale copper color with a frothy white head. Caramel malt aroma awith a slight hop note. Toasted malt flavor along with a slight piney hop note. Rastacouere (6177) - Montreal, Quebec, CANADA - OCT 1, 2006
Medium hazy amber pour. Rather shy nose proposes soft honeyed biscuitiness that backs the mostly crisp, spicy, herbal and citrusy hops. Green profile, rather sweet, though the bitterness eventually comes out decently and without procuring no abrasiveness. Remains quite spicy and dry. Nice little pale ale in the rules of the art and adding little touches here and there.