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RATINGS: 35   MEAN: 3/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.97/5   EST. CALORIES: 129   ABV: 4.3%
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Brewed for St Arnou by AIB.
http://www.st-arnou.com.au
This lager styled ale has a fruity, delicate aroma. Golden in colour, this beer has a lot of complexity with a clean crisp flavour. Floral on the nose and with a well-balanced palate for drinkability.

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3.7
farmboy (218) - Barwon Heads, AUSTRALIA - NOV 11, 2004
On tap at PJ O’Brien’s at Melbourne Airport. Very impressed. Nice fruity flavour and easy on the palate. Plenty of substance to this beer. Was in Sydney last week and was at PJ O’Brien’s but alas, this beer was nowhere to be seen. I’d be very willing to try this again soon.

2.9
bluevegie (3073) - Perth, AUSTRALIA - SEP 10, 2004
Tried on tap at the Regatta Hotel. No 2 of the 4 that I tried that night. Wouldn’t exactly call it a pale ale so maybe a golden ale is an apt description.

3.3
mullet (849) - Melbourne, AUSTRALIA - AUG 6, 2004
I don’t mind this beer. Drank heaps of it last night when the Pilsner was tasting a bit weird (perhaps a slight infection.) Pretty pale but very clear and holds a good head. Aroma is light diacetyl, biscuity malt and faint fresh (dry hopped?) hoppiness which I guess would be NZ Saaz. Firm malty flavour with a fair bit of fruitiness in the middle there and a solid bitterness. Like eczematic said they must either filter or lager the crap out of this because it’s very clean, which makes it all the more weird when the fruity flavour finally sneaks in. It’s quite odd. Nice though.

4.2
Jahills (151) - Cambridge (Hobart), AUSTRALIA - AUG 4, 2004
I really like the way an australian brewery has the label ’pale ale’on an actual pale ale as opposed to a lager. This beer certainly is complex and has a vrange of flavours from sweet honey to pawpaw and with a good touch of hop to give us a nice dry bitterish finish

2.9
KBeer (117) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - APR 19, 2004
An alright beer. I'm not sure I would call it a Blond Ale like RateBeer does, it definitely seemed like an American Pale Ale to me. Gold color. Farily thin with some citrus fruit taste.

3
AlphaOne (142) - AUSTRALIA - MAR 25, 2004
Clear golden with a light, dissapating head. Cascade hops and light maltyness. sweet honeyish flavour followed by fruity citrus and pine hop character sharp drying bitterness.

3
Trogdor (197) - Cairns, AUSTRALIA - MAR 22, 2004
predominantly cascade hop aroma. light golden with small fast disipating head. cascade hop and light malt flavour. thin and dry finishing lightly bitter. light sessional ale.

2.7
kook (2033) - Perth, Western Australia, AUSTRALIA - OCT 19, 2003
17/10: Golden clear with short white head. Very poor retention. Head was gone within a minute. Floral hoppy citrus (cascade? williamette?) aroma. Mild mouthfeel, though thin finish. Taste was like a thin less malty little creatures. Grapefruit/citric, bitter finish. Average APA.

3.3
winkle (478) - Brisbane, AUSTRALIA - SEP 21, 2003
Apparently they were aiming for a European rather than America style pale ale with this. Has a fairly asertive citrus nose clean white head and a hazy gold body. Fruity body and a citrus finish. This one was from the Brisbane brewery. Not bad.

2.7
duff (5484) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - SEP 17, 2003
Didn't quite deliver. Really pale yellow, with a blotchy head, lightly floral hops aroma. Kind of like a cross between an American and Australian pale ale. Light and crisp with some tropical fruit. Pretty boring. Crisp, slightly citric finish, low bitterness.


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