Brewed by The Kernel
Style: American Pale Ale
Bermondsey, England


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RATINGS: 103   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.65/5   EST. CALORIES: 177   ABV: 5.9%
Keg & bottle conditioned; Occasional.
ABV has varied between 5.0 & 5.9%.

Pale Ale with Centennial hops.

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Garrold (5182) - Sheffield, South Yorkshire, - MAR 20, 2014
Bottle from Beer Central, Sheffield. Cloudy, pale orange colour. Thin, broken, white head. Orange juice. Grapefruit. Some grassiness. Taste is chalk dry. Light herb. Bitter, light astringent finish. Love how Kernel beers like this are so stupid easy to drink.

Rubin77 (2038) - Brussels / Bratislava, SLOVAK REPUBLIC - JUN 3, 2017
F: huge, white, very long lasting. C: golden with orange hue, hazy. A: passion fruits, fresh tangerine, a bit of grapefruit, tropical fruit, floral, pine. T: malty, pine, orange, tangerine, grapefruits bitterness, saison tones, bit of funky, medium body, medium to high carbonation, very nice, fully enjoyed, bottled: 02/03/17, BB: 02/07/17, 5,0%, 33cl bottle from Whole Foods Market – Piccadilly in London.

Thomatito (121) - SWITZERLAND - APR 16, 2017
0,33l bottle. Nose: peppery (almost like a saison..?), the white skin parts of lemons. Taste: piny, earthy, some sweetness.

AshtonMcCobb (6513) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - DEC 21, 2016
On keg at Six Degrees North. Appearance - golden with a nice fluffy head. Light haze. Nose - lime and something a touch tropical too. Taste - more lime, pungent resin. Palate - light to medium bodied with a creamy yet tangy texture and a long dry tangy finish. Overall - good.

Ktwse (4818) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - OCT 7, 2016
Pours murky orange amber with low white head. Aroma of peach, citrus, light pine, vanilla. Taste is medium bitter with a mellow fruit sweet finish. Light and smooth body with soft carbonation.

Mr_Pink_152 (4884) - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, ENGLAND - SEP 17, 2016
Bottle from Crafty Bottle, Lincoln. Slightly cloudy golden colour with a white head. Aroma is citrus fruit, pine and light caramel. Taste fresh herby bitter and fruity.

jjsint (3003) - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, ENGLAND - SEP 7, 2016
Bottle from Cambridge Wine Merchants, Kings Parade. 5.1%. Mellow orange-gold with a tiny bit of visible carbonation. Not much head. Pineapple, tangerine and a generous hint of resin on the nose. A slightly sweet start turns to a mild waxy bitter. Bitterness on the finish as well as a good hit of booze, tastes stronger than it is. Thin to medium body. Carbonation is gentle but provides a lift. Great stuff.

pricey290483 (796) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - JUL 15, 2016
good beer liked the taste and the finish i would get this beer again had it at home from a bottle

nihtila (3603) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - JUN 17, 2016
Bottle from Cornelius. Pours almost clear amber. Nose is fruity hoppy, citrus, pine, caramel, sweet orange. Tastes sweet orange, grapefruit, bitter hoppy, tropical fruits. Very good.

chimpgibbon (552) - London, Bedfordshire, ENGLAND - JUN 14, 2016
Bottled 15 May. No head. Dank vegetal and deep bitter orange and grapefruit. Very tight fine carbonation and a big whack of bitter. Incredible pale ale.

kajser27 (1786) - Zagreb, CROATIA - JAN 15, 2016
Unclear, pale amber colored, medium frothy white head, nice lacing. Aroma is caramel malt, some honey and orange hard candy, pine and tropical fruity hops. Taste is medium sweet caramel malt, hard candy orange, pine and floral, tropical fruits, some citrus, moderate hoppy aroma, medium- bitterness, dryish finish. Medium bodied, soft carbonation. Bottle past BBE date and still very good so it can only be better.

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