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Brewed by Triple fff
Style: American Pale Ale
Alton, England

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RATINGS: 50   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.36/5   SEASONAL: Special   EST. CALORIES: 138   ABV: 4.6%
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Cask: Special - JDW Spring Festival, 2011
This new, American pale-ale-style beer has been brewed exclusively for this Wetherspoon real-ale festival. It is pale in colour, with bold, fruity, citrus aromas and a touch of malty sweetness in the flavour, developing into a bitterness which lingers in the mouth, right through to the clean, dry finish.

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3.4
fonefan (49343) - VestJylland, DENMARK - APR 2, 2012

Cask (gravity) @ The 17th Reading Beer and Cider Festival 2011, Reading, Berkshire England.

Clear medium orange yellow colour with a average, frothy and open, good lacing, mostly lasting, off-white to white head. Aroma is moderate malty, light to moderate hoppy, citrus. Flavor is moderate sweet and bitter with a average to long duration, malty, citrus, vitamin pill notes. Body is medium, texture is oily, carbonation is soft to flat. [20110430]

3.2
anders37 (26641) - Malmö, SWEDEN - NOV 24, 2011
Cask @ Market Porter, Borough SE1. Pours a clear golden color with a small white head. Has a fruity hoppy citrus aroma. Fruity malty hoppy citrus flavor. Has a fruity malty hoppy bitter finish.

2.6
madmitch76 (24807) - , Essex, ENGLAND - MAY 21, 2011
28th March 2011
JDW Fest. Clear gold beer. Tiny bubbly white head. Dry palate. Mild pale malt. Bitterish hop with a touch of citrus. All pretty tame. Dry finish. Meh!

3.8
cgarvieuk (24499) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - APR 27, 2011
cask at standing order ... golden amber ... soft sweet lemon fruit and peel nose ... zezty ... little sherbert lemon ... bright clean juicy and tasty

3.7
Leighton (21255) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - MAR 24, 2011
Cask at the Crosse Keys, JDW. Pours clear gold with a filmy head. Subtle malt aroma, hay and straw, light malts. Lightly sweet flavor, a bit of corn and hay, crispy malts, delicate straw and grass bitterness. Light bodied with fine carbonation. Balanced finish with some earthy bitterness in the throat, with a dynamic malt character. The first impression I get from this beer is nothing special but the complexity comes out a bit as I drink it. Quite nice.

3.9
harrisoni (18578) - Ashford, Kent, ENGLAND - MAR 22, 2011
Cask handpull at JDW Victoria Rail Station. Clear gold lasting white head. Sherberty hop aroma. I like this. Good American tasty lemon curd sherbert hop. Quite intense. Really quite tasty. Something I would have again. Solid APA. Tasty hops

3.5
Dedollewaitor (16159) - Odense, DENMARK - AUG 30, 2011
Cask @ Market Porter, London. Pours clear golden with a small white head. Citrussy and crisp. Bready and floral. Dry and smooth. Very nice.

3.2
FatPhil (16102) - Tallinn, ESTONIA - OCT 21, 2011
Cask (Market Porter, post-RBESG2011 Monday)
Gentle but clearly hopped aroma, fruity and sweet. Quite watery palate, but it’s nicely refreshing. Simple barley malts, a touch grainy. Pleasant hoppy tingle. The aroma was more of US hops, but they’re not obvious in the taste, its more a classic English bitterness.

3.2
Theis (15152) - Frederiksberg, DENMARK - AUG 12, 2011
Cask at Market Porter. Clear amber - white head. Tea. herbal. zesty. Caramel. Fruity. Tobacco. Citrus. Ok. Bitterness. Light citrus. OK hoppy.

3.6
imdownthepub (14554) - Banbury, Oxfordshire, ENGLAND - APR 3, 2011
Cask conditioned at a Wetherspoons. Gold with white head. Fresh, fruity, bitter orange, satsuma with a refreshing bitterness. Good and pleasing hops and a beer that saved my whole day. Good stuff.


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