Brewed by Pepperwood Bistro Brewery
Style: Cream Ale
Burlington, Canada


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RATINGS: 28   MEAN: 2.7/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.71/5   EST. CALORIES: 120   ABV: 4%
A light, refreshing, thirst-quenching beer. This beer is straw colored and has a clean malty nose, good malt character throughout and a creamy, though dry finish.

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   AROMA 5/10   APPEARANCE 2/5   TASTE 6/10   PALATE 2/5   OVERALL 11/20
gilvanblight (825) - Windsor, Ontario, - MAR 30, 2013
Slightly orange pour with lots of white foamy head. Grassy hoppy smell. Rather nice. Goes down very easy. A touch sweet at first and in the finish and that even carries into the aftertaste. There’s just a touch of bitterness in the middle of all that. A nice easy to drink ale, nothing fancy and sometimes that’s a good thing

Ferris (16697) - Burnaby, British Columbia, CANADA - DEC 22, 2014
Draft - Very buttery with some biscuit. Clear gold with a rich white head. Light biscuity pale malts and some bitter grains in the finish.

tomthompson89 (1983) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - JUL 8, 2013
Pale straw coloured pour. Decent head. Nose is a touch if hops and almost corn??? Flavour is clean pale malts and a touch of noble hops. Smooth and easy drinking ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

GuillaumeCL (344) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - MAR 7, 2013
Bottle from the beer club. Pours a clear yellow/orange with a bit of white head that seems to linger and some good visible carbonation. Smell is slightly malty fruit and slightly sweet, just really weak overall. Palate is light bodied with a bit less carbonation than I’d like. Taste is well... it’s a cream ale, what are you expecting? As far as cream ales go, this one’s not bad but it has a bit of a funky aftertaste. Overall, not too bad, if it were offered in a bar, I might have it.

mnurda (1299) - Winnipeg, Manitoba, CANADA - FEB 25, 2012
On tap at the firkin in meadowvale. Much better than I expected. Would have this again ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

JRock72 (597) - - APR 24, 2011
On tap at the bistro. Light golden yellow with small head. Not very creamy but still drinkable. Not much else to it than that. Probably wouldn’t have again.

Ontbeertaster (3208) - Ontario, CANADA - APR 24, 2011
Very basic stuff. It was very malty, but it did have creamy aspects to it. It Smell like what you would expect but nothing special. It was drinkable. which is about it

pootzboy (1815) - Kitchener, Ontario, CANADA - MAY 16, 2010
Bottle from Better Bitters:

Pour gives a golden lightly hazed ale with a frothy 2 finger white cap that stays a while then goes to a surface foam that laces the the glass well. Soft natural carbonation.

Decent aroma; cereal, some apple-apricot, light grassiness.

Light biscuit malt in front is joined with soft fruitiness and some light herbal bittering, fast crisp finish, no after taste.

A mild cream ale with a pleasant drinkable character

barncatmatt (2355) - Cambridge, Ontario, CANADA - DEC 22, 2009
on tap at the brewpub and mutiple bottles from nicklebrook. pours light gold with a white head. minimal carbonation makes it good for pounding. slight fruity malt character and very mild hopping. this brew is made for newbies to the craft world scene. passable at best.

blankboy (7833) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - OCT 9, 2009
Draught at ’2009 Golden Tap Awards’ at beerbistro. Pours a clear light-gold with a small diminishing white head. Aroma is buttery upfront (diacetyl?) followed by corn and malt. Flavour’s also buttery along with light hops, caramel malt and some fruitiness. Light bitter finish. Average bodied. Just O.K., it’s good for a Cream Ale but just an O.K. beer.

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