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RATINGS: 66   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.43/5   EST. CALORIES: 102   ABV: 3.4%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Pasteurised and artificially carbonated bottle.

Note: May be brewed elsewhere now that AB InBev no longer owns Wellpark Brewery but it is impossible to know for sure - - unfortunately, AB InBev doesn’t seem to consider it important to provide consumers with full information on all their brands, or their provenance.

A classic Pale Ale this is a product of one of the UK’s oldest breweries. Whitbread Pale Ale is malty, almost sweet, with a moderate caramelly bready taste, but balanced with very moderate hops.
Whitbread Pale Ale is pleasant to drink and recommended for those who think they don’t like darker beers.
Whitbread Pale Ale goes great with food and even cheese!

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2.6
Maria (10211) - Thisted, DENMARK - FEB 1, 2008
In our room at Thistle Hotel, Aberdeen, Scotland 2005, the evening before going home. Amber with a nice head and lace. The aroma has notes of pipe tobacco and caramel, and the flavour has notes of smoke, malt and fruit (melon). Practically no bitterness. The smoke disturbs the experience.

2.7
BorksBabe (85) - Vero Beach, Florida, USA - JAN 27, 2008
Not much of an aroma, slightly hoppy in flavor. Pretty color.... amber/reddish. Flavor isn’t bad, bubbly to the palate. Overall decent..

2.6
doubelknv3 (1093) - Illinois, USA - JAN 22, 2008
UPDATED: JAN 26, 2008 Amber with thin head. Floral hops and berry aroma notes. Roasted berry, caramel, and very faint hops. Was expecting more hop notes for this genre.

2.8
Carlus12 (361) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - JAN 22, 2008
Bottle @ Hermits Cave, Camberwell. Pours pale amber colour with good head. Aroma is hops / malts / honey. Taste is dry malts / chalky / faint caramel / high carbonation. Nothing special but a surprisingly decent enough beer.

2.8
DownsouthGav (601) - Greater London, ENGLAND - JAN 22, 2008
Bottle @ The Hermit’s Cave, Camberwell. Honey nose. Pours amber coloured beer. Some carbonation. Dry powdery taste. It’s not that bad but then again not that nice either.

2.6
mmmbeer (1429) - Austin, Texas, USA - JAN 5, 2008
12 oz bottle poured into pint glass- poured slightly hazy roasted amber, white ring around the glass, aroma of malt and some hops. Hits the mouth with a medium body, malt is noticeable but not overpowering, very mild hops. Very average.

2.9
Ethereal (2471) - Los Angeles, California, USA - DEC 27, 2007
275ml bottle at the Brewery Tap, Wimbledon Village, 11th Sept 2007. Clear light amber appearance. Strong malt aroma and dry, malty taste. Medium body. Average beer.

2.8
larsga (7670) - Oslo, NORWAY - DEC 23, 2007
Small white head. Light brownish body with carbonation. Light grain and caramel aroma with roasty notes. Dry grain and straw taste with caramel notes. Aftertaste is the same. Sharpish, fizzy mouthfeel. A bit watery. Decent, but unexciting. (0.33l bottle at the Lord Clyde.)

5
badfinger (55) - Washington, USA - DEC 9, 2007
This is my favorite beer, I only ever found one place that served it on tap, and one store that imported it. Loved it on tap, liked it in a bottle

2.6
Jerre (3829) - Waregem, BELGIUM - NOV 29, 2007
Bottle 25 cl. (Boutgh at Pauwels) Amber color, big offwhite head. Aroma malts, fruity bit hops. Medium body. Taste specila
not like an usual pale-ale, bit yeast, malts, light sweet, fruity touch.


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