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RATINGS: 837   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.33/5   IBU: 34   EST. CALORIES: 156   ABV: 5.2%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Ah love is bitter and sweet, but which is more sweet, the bitterness of the sweetness, none has spoken it.

Sweet action is an idea; a concept. It is a simple representation of what makes beer great - the marriage of barley and hops in a harmonious balance of sweet and bitter!

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2.4
Kobi1 (3) - - MAR 2, 2014 does not count
Hazy pale amber/ orange slight citrus bouquet first sip reminded me of an IPA rather than cream ale, pencil thin head floats all the way to the bottom of the glass , crisp bitterness lasts for quite a while

2.8
berkshirejohn (6505) - Bracknell, Berkshire, ENGLAND - MAR 1, 2014
On tap at the Book & Bar, Portsmouth, NH. Hazy pale amber with a ring of white head; soft and creamy with a toffee malt taste; the finish is dry and lightly bitter. Very unexciting.

2.1
anthony850 (472) - Andover, New Jersey, USA - FEB 28, 2014
In a bottle very hoppy could not find the sweetness. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

3.4
VsXsV (4442) - Stockholm, SWEDEN - FEB 24, 2014
Can. Almost clear deep amber liquid with medium off-white head. Aroma of flowers, earth, bread, biscuit, dried fruit and rosehip. Taste is light sweet and light to medium bitter with notes of red berries, flowers, earth and bread. Medium bodied with low to medium carbonation. Ok.

3.1
DandyWolfFloyd (1202) - Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania, USA - FEB 17, 2014
Finally! The Cream Ale has been acquired Aroma - nose holds caramel and slightly piney hops Appearance - body color is a caramel colored amber; liquid is slightly hazy with some very fine particulates and a little nucleation; the head setup os about 1" white head; lacing also develops with a nice dappling on the glass. Taste - is a little bitter and a little sweet. There is a little caramel in the malt, and some spicy hops possibly Centennials some floral qualities as well. Palate - body is light; texture is thin; carbonation is lively on the palate; finish is abrupt with a little crispness.

4.4
Bamaboy1975 (242) - Suffolk, Virginia, USA - FEB 2, 2014
A: Pours hazy golden. Thin creamy tan head. Little retention but leaves very nice lacing. S: Pretty clean with hints of sweet fruits and floral hops. Nice, but could be stronger. T/M: Creamy, peachy, malty, sweet. Bitter floral hops. Smooth, medium bodied with the taste of melons. O: Bitter and sweet. Well balanced. Smooth and easy to drink. Nothing too complex, which makes for one of the better if not the best Cream Ales around. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

3.3
HonusWagner (2168) - Florida, USA - JAN 31, 2014
It’s certainly better than Genny Cream Ale. Light sweetness of crystal malt I believe, slightly grassy hops. Not nearly my favorite Sixpoint offering, but within the style it’s pretty darn good.

3.2
jkwalking05 (4740) - Arlington, Texas, USA - JAN 31, 2014
On tap at WOB Arlington. Hazy amber with a decent off-white head. Aroma is of citrus, sugar, grass, and caramel. Taste is of brown sugar, grass, florals and grain.

3.5
WillRunForBeer (2652) - Massachusetts, USA - JAN 29, 2014
Tap at Street. Pours cloudy amber with a big clingy white head that coats the glass. Aroma is floral and citrus hops. Taste is creamy and caramel like a boddingtons, but with some pine and citrus hop to balance. Drinks easy. Not bad.

3.2
Ktwse (4897) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - JAN 26, 2014
Pours clear yellow with medium white head. Aroma of cream, bread, light caramel. Taste is slightly hoppy, bready. Somewhat bland. Body is light and smooth with soft carbonation. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone


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