omhper (25943) - Tyresö, SWEDEN - JUN 10, 2005
Draught at St Arnou Beer Bar, Melbourne. Golden colour, clear, small head. Rich peachy hop aroma. Sweet with clean, rounded mouthfeel. Nicely aromatic and well balanced with dryish grassy finish holding medium bitterness. Elegant. motelpogo (8031) - Plzen, CZECH REPUBLIC - AUG 2, 2003
on tap at potters brewing in the hunter. a brewery that only serves beer from other breweries. i found this to be more like coopers pale, except with more hop presence. white grape and yeasty aroma. a bit cloudy. some kiwi fruit in there, quite decent though served close to freezing mkel07 (6546) - Brisbane, AUSTRALIA - SEP 27, 2009
330ml bottle. Golden in colour with a soft white head and a little haziness with medium carbonation. Floral hop aroma with a hint of pear and citrus.Clean crisp taste, light in the mouth with a strong finish. Well balanced. duff (5486) - 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. hawthorne00 (4191) - Melbourne, AUSTRALIA - DEC 3, 2009
Bottle. Gold with fading white head. Hay malts and floral and citrus hops on the nose. Clean, slightly bitter finish. This is a weird beer. I disliked it the first time I had it because I was expecting some sort of pale ale. I see it’s listed here as gold/ blond. But it comes across as a pils with some wit characteristics. Once my confounded expectations were adjusted, I quite liked it.
gam (4135) - brisbane, AUSTRALIA - JUN 26, 2011
Neat frothy head mild to medium carbonation gold pour aroma floral hoppy fruit earthy bright aromas flavour stone fruit apricot resinous peach earthy mild bitter floral note finish resiny taste sweet mild bitter pleasant pale ALLOVATE (3087) - Perth, AUSTRALIA - DEC 13, 2010
Pours lively but settles down with haste. Carbonation minute, in fine streams. Head struggles its height retreating back to a thin pad of white with no lacing. Body is orange amber, not quite clear with some floaties of questionable origin. The bottle looks as though clear glass has been spray-painted with cola coloured lacquer, strange!!. Aroma of mango and peach, salted, roasted nuts, rubber and vine clippings. Creamy mouthfeel dulls out quick, light in body. Some bitterness to the back end and into the swallow. Light notes of toasted grain and pine-wood, some freshness of orange flesh and zest. Aftertaste of peanuts, pine and subtle citrus. Pretty unexciting unfortunately. Slam one back with too much ease, nothing here to get the brain ticking. Think I’ll stick with there Pilsner given the choice!! (33cL, no date stamp, Dan Murphy’s Mandurah) 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. Stew41 (2117) - Phuket, THAILAND - MAR 19, 2009
Lager lookalike here....only the lighest of ale touches. English nose with some caramel malts and bright fruits. Quite friendly actually. Palate doesn’t fail to dissappoint; devoid of attractive flavours, and drys out considerably with a Asahi-like back palate. Certainly thin. davidm (2081) - Sunnyvale, California, USA - DEC 15, 2009
Tap. Nice aroma, but too sweet flavour. Aroma is citrusy, and bubblegum. Flavour is sweet, with average length, and only light bitterness. Palate is oily, and medium-bodied. Yellow colour, with a fizzy head that disappears.