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Brewed by Brouwerij Palm
Style: Belgian Ale
Londerzeel, Belgium

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RATINGS: 1066   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.84/5   EST. CALORIES: 156   ABV: 5.2%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
PALM Ale has long been one of Europe’s top-selling specialty beers. Made with English hops, French Barley, and Belgian yeast, PALM represents the best of European beer-making traditions. It’s the roasted Champagne Malt which gives PALM its amber color, but without being heavy. Also available bottle-conditioned as Palm Hergist.
Sold as Palm outside of Europe.

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2.6
italianjohn (3113) - Penndel, Pennsylvania, USA - JUL 21, 2009
Pours a golden amber color some foamy white head sweet lagerish taste with some caramel no real bitterness for a belgian its very weak low on flavor as far as hops and malt go on the flip side its very sessionable

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MrManning (2009) - Hamilton, Ontario, CANADA - JUL 19, 2009
On tap at the Morissey House in London, ON- A deep copper pour, has a frothy beige cap that is long lived and leaves nice lace. Simple nose of malts, some dark bread, a bit of fruit, some spice. Tastes sweet and malty, a bit of fruit with a touch of spicy hops. Simple, creamy and fruity finish. Medium light body. Ok.

3.4
MrRoss (646) - Delta, British Columbia, CANADA - JUL 17, 2009
Poured a clear, medium copper colour with a prolific foamy white head which produced some excellent lacing, some of the best I’ve ever seen. Aroma was very delicate, being barely floral along with some spices and fruit. Taste was fruity, I’m guessing perhaps apricot or plum perhaps, with a slight sweetness.

2.7
ben4321 (6414) - Hoboken, New Jersey, USA - JUN 30, 2009
Location: Had this one at a few different places, last time I believe was a few months back on tap at a bar in NYC

Overall Impression: It is an alright example of the Belgian Ale style, but there are better ones out there. The good news here is mostly about availability and price, not so much the beer itself. Take that for what it is.

2.8
CUJO (383) - Brooklyn, New York, USA - JUN 24, 2009
House of Brews: Tulip: Pours a nice amber, no haze. White head, substantial. Aroma is immediately skunky. Taste is wheaty, no aftertaste to speak of.

2.8
TheEpeeist (3709) - Media, Pennsylvania, USA - JUN 21, 2009
11.2 oz bottle. Clear copper with some white froth. Nose is metallic and lightly skunked with hints of yeast and lemon. Light and crisp, finishes dry and chalky. Taste is cereal, sugar cookies and a touch of tangerine peel. A Belgian take on the pale lager. Not bad as a quencher.

2.8
alobar (3759) - Lansdale, Pennsylvania, USA - JUN 19, 2009
On tap at Blue Dog. Amber color with no head. Minimal aroma of spice and malt. Watered down flavor of spice, malt, and faint hops. Disappointed.

2.6
VertBaconStrips (2387) - Blerkablerka, VENEZUELA - JUN 15, 2009
Nice looking amber beer, small ammount of not-quite-white head with decent lacing. Crystal clear with some odd shaped floaties...didn’t really want to see floaties in this beer. Swirl produces a decent ammount of cap. The aroma is a bit stinky and empty, slight spice, some malts - overall weak smell. The taste is not bad at all. Mild and easy to drink with a touch of caramel, somewhat noticable hops and mild flavoured malt. Hop flavour is prevalent. Light to medium bodied. Mouthfeel is so-so due to it being not that smooth. Zippy attack. Leaves a good ammount of hard bitterness on the roof of the mouth, some malt finish. I think I could drink alot of these. Overall I think this is a solid beer.

3.2
Silphium (3199) - Traverse City, Michigan, USA - JUN 11, 2009
On draft at Bouillon des Colonies, Paris. Translucent, slightly hazy orange-brown body, thick, moderately dense off-white head. Toasty nose with a sweet cerealy tang; caramel. Tangy flavor, thin and wispy at cold temperatures, improving with warmth with notes of toast, caramel, bitter earthy hops, and plum and bread that round out as the beer warms. Pedestrian, but welcome after nearly 24 hours in transit.

3.7
Cirrhosis (1283) - Edmonton, Alberta, CANADA - JUN 8, 2009
Beer looks very clean honey brown complete with a small off white cap that lasted a very long time due to the fact it was constantly replenished with columns of bubbles floating up to the top, very average looking brew but good enough for me. Mild skunkiness with dry wheat and just maybe a touch of hops in the aroma, after sniffing for a while I’m detecting something that I can only describe as a glass of milk what the hell this milk sent is intriguing me because I can’t quit figure it out, fifteen minuets of smelling later the mike aroma is still there but I must move on. Very crisp clean taste nice and malty with a metallic hop presence, this is a very smooth beer to drink the malts are flavor full but still very light, and the light hops give this brew a very clean finish that left zero after taste. Wow this brew was freaking amazing I was expecting swill but ended up with a very fine imported beer, I usually hate European lager, pilsners and other lighter ales due to they all taste like crap but this one is awesome, or maybe it was the fact that I just ran 10k and would have thought cold piss was yummy. This is worth a try if you can get it review done while watching Seinfeld.


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