RATINGS: 190   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.05/5   IBU: 18   EST. CALORIES: 147   ABV: 4.9%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Bronze Medal, GABF 2002. A German style Golden Lager beer brewed with imported German Pils and Carmel malt and Saaz and Hallertauer hops. Golden in color and medium-bodied with a gentle, dry finish. (NOTE: This beer was formerly called French Creek Helles.)

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Beerhunter111 (21261) - P´Castle, GERMANY - JAN 24, 2014
355ml Dose mit ungewöhnlicher Öffnung. Trübes goldgelbes Helles mit schöner stabilen Schaumkrone. Geruch leicht malzig, getreidig. Geschmack malzig, leicht säuerlich, getreidig.

3.2
Drake (13942) - Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA - JAN 1, 2014
12 ounce can opened 11/28/13. Pours a clear pale yellow color with a medium sized creamy white head. Good head retention. Aroma of grainy malts, apples, grassy hops and mild doughy notes. The taste is doughy malts, mild grassy hops. Slight sweetness. Medium bodied, decent balance, low carbonation.

3.2
Stuu666 (13614) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - DEC 25, 2013
Can at Craig’s. Pale golden, fizzy, sweet nose, some lemon, sweet taste, fizzy, toffee.

2.7
cgarvieuk (24792) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - DEC 25, 2013
can at home ... golden yellow ... thin white lacing ... softg grassy nose /...soft sweet fruits ... soft lemon .. lightest grain ... not great but not bad

3.3
snoworsummer (5746) - baltimore, Maryland, USA - DEC 8, 2013
Draft. Pours clear gold with a thin white head. Tastes light, sweet, musky, like grains, bready, with mild floral and citrus notes. Light body and low carbonation. Smells like dough, grains, and lemony citrus.

2.8
Yorker (2007) - Herning, DENMARK - NOV 10, 2013
35 cl can @ home. Pours clear yellow with a white head that leaves a little lacing. Aroma and flavour are grains, malt, and a small hint of hops – with an ever so slightly bitter finish.

3.6
SlackerMads (3405) - DENMARK - NOV 5, 2013
Can. Light hazy yellow with a large creamy white head. Good retention and lace. Honey, flowery, grain, earthy, light bready, light yeasty notes. Light/medium body, light sweetness with a light bitter and dry finish. Gentle mouthfeel with soft/medium carbonation. Clean, simple and easy to drink, with just enough hops to make it a bit interesting while still easy to pour down without noticing it. Sometimes my head needs something straightforward, and this does the trick.

3.4
callmemickey (4549) - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA - NOV 4, 2013
Straw yellow, medium sized white head, spotty lacing. Biscuity malts and grassy/spicy hops. Simple, clean profile. Medium bodied, a bit sweet, mellow carbonation, clean finish that could be a bit crisper.

4.3
pinkie (470) - New York, USA - NOV 2, 2013
Pours the color of light straw with just a tint of amber. Has a finger of creamy white foam that fell as I drank to a thin ring.Nose is malt sweetness and leafy herbal. Cheerful golden scent of grass and a bit of spice. Moderate malts on the nose. The taste is perfection. A citric crispness takes the palate to a smooth and apporachable malt sweetness. Leafy flavors with plenty of earth and a a spicy bitter. The mouthfeel is exemplary. Lively and crisp like a brisk wind. It’s sweetly breaddy and fills up your mouth to finish dry and with a touch of spice and faint bitter to linger in the aftertaste.

Friendly. A lively tonic with bright and favorable aspects. Just what the doctor ordered.

2.9
madmitch76 (24980) - , Essex, ENGLAND - OCT 29, 2013
16th July 2013
Bright clear pale gold beer, little white head. Light crisp palate. Mild minerals. Clean malt, a little lagerish. Very light touch of paper, nothing serious. Forensic trace of hops. Dry finish. Okay.


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