Brewed by St Peters (UK)
Style: Golden Ale/Blond Ale
Bungay, England


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RATINGS: 519   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.95/5   EST. CALORIES: 141   ABV: 4.7%
Available brewery conditioned and cold filtered in 500ml bottles. Cask: Special - 2011 JDW Autumn Beer Festival.
"English Halcyon malts are used together with lager malts. Golding hops provide the bitterness and aroma. The result is a highly distinctive light, golden ale similar in character to a full bodied Czech lager."

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   AROMA 6/10   APPEARANCE 4/5   TASTE 7/10   PALATE 4/5   OVERALL 14/20
djoeye (4806) - Tromsø, - DEC 17, 2013
500ml btl 4.7abv, [email protected] - also [email protected] (Meny distribution). Modest pearl head, some curtain, golden body, not totally clear. Scents of hops, sweet malts, bread, yeast, faint hint of grapefruit, Chocolate malts in the taste, fruity fresh too, nice hops building up under it. Smooth and slightly grainy to palate. Well bodied. Nice gentle bitter ending with breads, dark malts and the final part of hops. I feel overall that this is a quality ale.

darkslave (10) - RUSSIA - AUG 31, 2017
Хороший янтарный эль с приятным ароматом солода и легкой горчинкой. Приятное легкое послевкусие, хорошая питкость, ничего лишнего.

Davros IX (418) - Hertford, Hertfordshire, ENGLAND - AUG 29, 2017
Bottle at sister-in law’s house. A generic golden beer, made a bit more interesting by the "St Peter’s bitterness" that is present in so many of their beers. It was refreshing and pleasant, but nothing spectacular.

TimE (6000) - Tokyo, JAPAN - AUG 19, 2017
Medium golden color that smells like wort fermenting at a brewery, which is nice, but this is pretty one-dimensional.

GuideDogSaint (1690) - Xiamen, CHINA - AUG 7, 2017
Cask at the Volunteers Arms, GBBF. Pours golden amber with a white head. Aroma of malt and slight vinegar. Not great and it should be here.

Wezzielad (42) - Ilkley, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND - JUL 1, 2017
Bread, Hoppy smell. It has a typical copper bitter kind of taste. Quite a bready/yeasty, taste, It almost tastes a bit like Marmite Quite a non descript taste really. Not bad, quite strong in percentage but has the taste of a session type beer. Not bad but probably not one i’d rush back to it.

BeardedAvenger (966) - Addlestone, Surrey, ENGLAND - MAY 26, 2017
Quickly getting through thirds of beers I’ve been gifted and are taking up room. Bread and hay, some floral elements, dough. Bright gold, impressively so. Thin creamy white head. Some sweetness before it gets bitter. A hint of citrus. Malty base. Medium bodied. Slick. Soft carbonation. Long astringent finish. Fair enough. An OK gold.

miniash891989 (134) - - MAY 25, 2017
Drunk at the fishery inn Hemel Hempstead from draft. Copper coloured no head, fairly weak tasting not much to it. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

rubbishystuff (2537) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - APR 9, 2017
At Red Lion. Yay! A non-skunked one. Such a cool bottle, but unfortunately green. Anyway, nice stuff, full body and flavor for a golden ale. Malty with fruity yeast. Serving: Bottle

vinivini (2666) - Gomel, BELARUS - APR 8, 2017
Hazy golden, moderate off-white head. Stays. Thick lacing. Aroma: big biscuity malts, floral & spicy hops. Some butterscotch. Medium body. Semidry flavour with lots of malts and hops. Medium bitterness. Rather decent.

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kermis (14212) - The Hague / Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS - MAR 18, 2017
Cask at Hoop and Grapes. Hazy golden with a white head. Aroma of light fruits, dough, malt and light citrus. Flavour is above light sweet and moderate bitter. Above light bodied with very soft carbonation.

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