Brewed by Brouwerij Palm
Style: Belgian Ale
Londerzeel, Belgium


on tap

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RATINGS: 1066   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.84/5   EST. CALORIES: 156   ABV: 5.2%
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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kiwibt (55) - , NEW ZEALAND - MAR 5, 2009
Goldy colour meduim head,clear.
Sweet horsey sour aroma with malt background,malty with little hop.
Sl toasty,nutty, munich ? malt finishes dry, very slight diacetyl.
I found the aroma unpleasant, maybe a house yeast character.overall a bit bland.

HopBackDoc (474) - Hatboro, Pennsylvania, USA - FEB 28, 2009
Clear dark amber pour from the tap at Blue Dog in Chalfont. Toasted malt, caramel sweetness, bread dough, and a smooth finish. Not bad, but it did go well with my jalapeno cheeseburger.

jeremytoni (3083) - Swedesboro, New Jersey, USA - FEB 24, 2009
From the tap poured light amber with a good amount of head. Nice light sweet malt light hop flavor with a quick finish.

SDalkoholic (2434) - Linda Vista, California, USA - FEB 7, 2009
Bottle from South Bay Drugs and Liquor. Aroma is plain and simple serving of yeast with spice that is toned down compared to the other belgian ales that make it here across the pond. Beer is a light tint of orange with no formation of head to discuss. The flavor is bland and i know it isnt a proper way to describe a beer but im going to go ahead and say that it really does taste watered down.

Snojerk321 (2984) - San Diego, California, USA - FEB 7, 2009
Bottle from BevMo Mission Valley. Pretty much your standard amber Ale. Toasted malts with a light hop presence, not much else.

malrubius (3045) - Springfield, Vermont, USA - FEB 6, 2009
11.2 ounce bottle in pint glass. Copper reddish with nice head and a little lace. Toffee yeasty aroma. Toffee flavor with very mild melon fruitiness and a brainy bready finish. Medium-light body and medium carbo. Pretty good for a session amber. This is what Fat Tire copies.

Soonah (1120) - Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA - FEB 6, 2009
On tap. Clear light amber color with a super short white head. The aroma had a touch of yeast, sweet caramel malts and some light citrus. The flavor was sweet caramel malt a light touch of yeast and some citrus. Light bodied, went down easy and was actually a decent pairing with my ribs.

eManu (556) - Kuala Lumpur & Brussels, BELGIUM - FEB 4, 2009
Had this on tab in The Grill Roissy village, it pours clear copper color with a thin white head. Taste very light and smooth, with a little bitter sweet after taste and some vegetable notes. Very light carbonation. I find this to be a very light amber beer, and easy to drink.

Straling (363) - Hoensbroek, NETHERLANDS - JAN 31, 2009
Bottle 30cl.
Pours a clear brown, reddish, colour with a small size head and loads of carbonation.
Smell is rather wheaty and seems to be rather vague to me, not the typical belgian ale.
Taste isn’t very much to my liking, yeasty bready flavour to it.

luttonm (6844) - Seattle, Washington, USA - JAN 25, 2009
Tap. Totally strange for a Belgian ... sweet bready ale. Seemed a belgian-yeasted american dark ale.

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