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RATINGS: 223   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.25/5   IBU: 50   EST. CALORIES: 165   ABV: 5.5%
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St. George India Pale Ale is a traditional English style ale with a distinct hop spiciness from imported 100% UK Fuggles hops. Deep copper in color, our IPA has a full malt base and a pronounced hop aroma. It was awarded the GOLD medal in the international category as the best India Pale Ale at the 2000 Beauty of Hops English Ale Awards.

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3.1
Butters (4059) - Richmond, Virginia, USA - OCT 5, 2012
Clear amber pour with ample offwhite head. Defenitely a little old. Smells and tastes of old faded english hops (not noble). Has a lingering bitterness after the caramel malt sweetness fades. A little fusel alcohol burn/spiciness which could be coming from the hops i suppose. A decent english ipa, but nothing amazing.

3.9
CJfromPhilly (140) - Aston, Pennsylvania, USA - AUG 10, 2012
Pours from the 12 oz bottle an impressive copper color with a foamy 2 finger head. There seems to be almost no carbonation going on inside the glass, I had to look really hard to find a small handful of tiny bubbles. Aroma is surprisingly faint with almost no hop presence...I get mostly the aroma of toasted malt. 1st sip brings a sharp note of spicy, piney hops, but itís not the overwhelming in-your-face hoppiness that comes with most American IPAs. Mouthfeel is right down the middle, neither watery of heavy. Overall, this is a decent, very drinkable IPA, a refreshing change from all the overdone hop bombs out there.

2.7
TheHopster (1111) - Netcong, New Jersey, USA - AUG 1, 2012
Sampled one bottle at the Williamsburg Inn Restoration Bar, in Colonial Williamsburg. One of my least favorites among the several locals sampled on this trip. This IPA is British in style, not an American hop-styled IPA.

3.2
blackflag321 (689) - Lansing, Michigan, USA - JUL 13, 2012
Bottle pour into pint. Copper color. Not hoppy like American IPAs, but a mellow balance of hops and malts. Full bodied. Went well with my meal of pork loin and home made mac and cheese.

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beernovice39 (3270) - Idaho, USA - JUL 10, 2012
Bottle pours a clear copper with a tiny off white top. Scent is tea, caramel and fruit. Taste is much the same.

3.4
bluejacket74 (1991) - Reynoldsburg, Ohio, USA - JUN 29, 2012
12 ounce bottle. Served in a pint glass, the beer pours a copper/orange color with a couple inch off-white head that sticked around for a while. Thereís also a good amount of lacing. Aroma is herbal and citrusy (orange, lemon peel) hops, and some bready malt. The brew tastes like herbal and citrusy (grapefruit, oranges) hops, and some bready and caramel malt. Mouthfeel/body is medium, itís a bit creamy but also has a little too much carbonation for me. I still think itís a decent enough brew overall, itís certainly worth trying. Iíd like to have this one again in the future.

2.9
bytemesis (8226) - Sunnyvale, California, USA - APR 23, 2012
Bottled. Pours clear amber with a thin and quickly dissipating off-white head. The aroma is malty, bready and slightly sweet. The first thing to note in the taste are the malts, with a sweet, bready almost nutty flavor, followed by bitterness from the hops. Lingering aftertaste.

3.4
maverick32 (26) - Virginia, USA - APR 9, 2012
Iím no expert, but I have read that there is a difference between an American IPA and an English IPA. That being said this may be a good example of an English. Poured from a 12 once bottle -- clear copper color with a slight white head. I thought a good balance of hops and malt, but not as hoppy as the American IPAs that I prefer.

2.5
DiarmaidBHK (4785) - Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, USA - MAR 26, 2012
Bottle from Total Wine Sterling. Pours orange with a finger of white foam. Pours light orange without much going on with the aroma. Has a slight hint of hop flavor. The finish fades pretty quickly as does the flavor. Pretty boring for the style.

2.6
musinj6 (506) - Dedham, Massachusetts, USA - MAR 6, 2012
Pours a cloudy amber color with medium head that dissipates almost to nothing. Pine and grassy hops with hint of toasted malt. Medium bitterness throughout with a medium and acidic finish. Thin to medium palate. small to moderate carbonation and thin, slightly slick palate. I would call this a very average IPA.


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