ndon (857) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - JUN 20, 2010
light yellow/gold in colour. not a beer that is heavy on flavour, but is quite citrusy on the nose mkel07 (6549) - Brisbane, AUSTRALIA - JUN 18, 2010
330ml bottle. Light straw colour with a moderately lumpy white head that looks like freshly fallen snow. Zesty citrus aromas are pleasant enough as is the flavour, which is light and dry with a strong finish and smooth in the mouth. Pyobon (1531) - Sydney, AUSTRALIA - APR 28, 2009
Bottle. Clear straw colour with very little head. Reasonable aroma - hops, vegetable with some floral hints. Light body and carbonation. Crisp fruity floral foretaste with a fair amount of bitterness in the finish. Quite a nice beer. highlandlad (1480) - Blue Mountains, AUSTRALIA - DEC 9, 2008
Another disappointment in a poor crop of new beers at this years mini-beer fest at Sydneys Australian Hotel. The Pigs Fly pale ale is passable but this "pilsener" misses the target by some distance. Piss yellow colour with a poor head. Eccentric aroma of canned pineapple and Seltzer - very medicinal with no obvious Saaz. Fizzy palate. Weak malts, low ibu for the style and that nagging Seltzer note. Problematic. Avoid. [Bottle at the Australian Beer Festival, Nov 2008] MBison (548) - Southern Highlands, AUSTRALIA - NOV 20, 2008
Sampled at the Australian Beer festival (Bottle). Arrived golden yellow with a small, frothy, white head which was average lasting. Aroma was of grainy malts with honey, faint notes of lemon citrus and some wet paper. Flavor was overly sweet and was dominated by wet paper/cardboard with stale grainy malts and a minimal bitterness. Very little to report only words that come to mind are; unpleasant, bland and cheap homebrew. Steer clear of this one, just another pale larger to add to the list.