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RATINGS: 129   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.89/5   EST. CALORIES: 135   ABV: 4.5%
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This crisp, light-bodied, golden beer is the very definition of refreshment. The combination of premium German pilsner malts and American Noble hops aims to please your taste buds and satisfy your thirst.

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3.8
oOJUXEOo (303) - Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania, USA - SEP 27, 2009
A local brew for me. This is a good beer. I don’t get the lower rating for it. Pours an amber blond. Definite hop tingle on the back end, but very pleasant.

2.5
TreborWhip (393) - Reading, Pennsylvania, USA - SEP 27, 2009
Not one of my favorites. Nice white head and good lacing but too bitter for me.

2.6
Birdiebeagle (958) - Perkasie, Pennsylvania, USA - SEP 1, 2009
Bottle Pours a hazy straw color with a thin white head. The head lasts fairly well and laces nicely. Has a fruity aroma of apricot, and citrus. Has an okay carbonation. The flavor is harshly bitter. Has a watery texture. A light body. The finish is bitter and a strong aftertaste. Most would not enjoy the harshness but I don’t mind it all that much.

2.1
dmac (6264) - Toms River, New Jersey, USA - AUG 27, 2009
12 oz bottle of pure drain pour purchased from Canal’s Hainesport. Poured a slightly poor looking hazed golden orange body sitting underneath a huge white bubbly foamy head. Aroma had a good dose of fruitiness, peach and apricot, some bubble gum, plastic notes and wet bread. Sadly the aroma is one of the best things about this abomination. The body was thin and watery with lots of seltzer feeling carbonation. The flavor, ugh, was some sort of combation between wet bread, previously chewed fruit bubble gum and seltzer water. DRAIN POUR!!!!

3.1
Jsawyer (297) - Glenside, Pennsylvania, USA - AUG 16, 2009
Bottle. Poured translucent orange-gold with a thin white head that eventually dissipates. Aroma redolent of a belgian wit; some orange and clove present. Flavor was mellifluous, flower petals (chamomile perhaps), clove, orange, and spice. Palate was surprisingly hearty for such a little (abv I mean) beer and certainly lacked nothing flavorwise.

3
fata2683 (2176) - Tucson, Arizona, USA - AUG 1, 2009
bottle, pours carmel with a thin white head. Aroma is light grapefruit. Some sweet malts crushed by a moderate hop bite. An easy drinker.

2.5
BeerGestapo (754) - Mt.Joy, Pennsylvania, USA - JUL 31, 2009
Brewed in the USA..... On tap at the Devil’s Den in Philly !!! Pours a pale straw color with a small white head. Aroma of malts, grains and mild hops. Taste is much of the same with the addition of some grass. Mouthfeel is slightly bitter and finishes with some lingering dryness.

2
gsmitty80 (2130) - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA - JUL 29, 2009
This was a stronger tasting beer than I was prepared for. Decent malting and a hop taste without the aroma, the beer was nothing special but not complete swill like I was expecting

2.5
BillWyce (1086) - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA - JUL 10, 2009
Pours hazy golden-amber with a thick, white head. Mild citrus-spice hop aroma. Light on the tongue. Has a mild hop bite that lingers on the tip of the tongue. Wouldn’t call it special by any stretch, but you could do worse.

2.6
joeymacaroni (309) - Wagontown, Pennsylvania, USA - JUL 5, 2009
nice session beer. pours hazy gold with a fluffy white head. metallic nose of lemongrass (not crazy about the aroma...) but the taste is a well-balanced mix of hoppy and malty characteristics, with butterscotch and spicy hops coming to the foreground. finish is long and bitter, slightly astringent. mouthfeel is initially buttery but dries out as the hops flavor comes out.


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