hbmason (1086) - Shoreline, Washington, USA - AUG 29, 2010
12 oz. bottle. a run of your mill pale ale. drinkability is decent but nothing to write home about..... dmac (6459) - Toms River, New Jersey, USA - MAY 1, 2010
12 oz bottle from a coworker. Poured a reddish amber body with a few large bubbles and a small to average sized foamy white head. Aroma is lots of caramel, grains, toffee and a touch of citrus rind. The body is painfully thin with bubbly carbonation and a very watery feel. Flavor similar to the aroma minus the citrus rind, basically all malt. This one actually gets better once you get used to the watery body but still not that good. Ceebs25 (503) - Naperville, Illinois, USA - APR 19, 2010
12 oz bottle (thanks again to Pam). Pretty similar fair to their amber here. The pour was a bit nicer with a more enticing soapy white head, and bright orange-red body. A fairly hoppy aroma with some woody notes and mixed citrus. Also, some cereal grains, light caramel, and that same slightly off motor oil note. Some carbonation in the body of this one, but it has a fairly soapy feel overall. Citrus, toasted cereal grains, and herbal notes in the flavor. Again, average. dbarnold (1127) - Bethesda, Maryland, USA - APR 5, 2010
This is a lighter pale ale, but in a good way. Some brief decent hop up front, then a light clean beer after that. Done look for this as a Stone alternative, it doesn’t have the balls or body to it, but it’s a light refreshing beer that has some good hop to it. chicagobears (476) - Elk Grove Village, Illinois, USA - MAR 11, 2010
Bottle pours a translucent amber/orange. Nose is buttery and slightly fruity. The initial butterscotch burst unmasks a grapefruit like dry hop bite. Has a toasted biscuit flavor as well. The combined flavor work really well together. This is like a pale ale/ IPA hybrid. This beer has its own unique character which I like!
GuinnessGal (93) - Virginia, USA - FEB 28, 2010
Medium pale, medium head. Plenty of hop flavor and aroma, with nice bitterness level. From my Beer of the Month Club.
philbertk (1873) - Seattle, Washington, USA - JAN 17, 2010
UPDATED: JAN 14, 2011 Woodstock Inn Brewery--Pemi Pale Ale--2007 Release--12 oz. Bottle--5.70% ABV--50 IBU’s. (3.0 / 5.0) Pale Ale--Beer of the Month Club Selection April, 2007. Foamy rocky lacy off white head. Clear pretty bright rich amber color. Aged sediment dusting. Floral mild hop fruit ester front. Aged stanky notes. Effervescent fizzy CO2 mild sweet toffee bisquit aged fruit ester thin caramel body. Dry mild hop citrus spice end. Aged too Long. Not a Fair rating due to age. Would like to retaste this fresh since it has hints of being a rich Pale Ale. Sampled 1/17/2010.
Woodstock Inn Brewery--Pemi Pale Ale--2010 12 oz. Bottle. 5.70% ABV. 56 IBU’s. (2.75 / 5.0) Off white mild lace head. Pretty clear bright pale amber color. Grassy fruity floral hop front. Thin dry odd sweet flavor fizzy mild caramel malt biscuit hint citrusy fruity body. Sweet hop mild dry citrus crisp clean lingering odd fruit end. Sampled 1/13/2011. Malt of the Earth Beer of the Month Club Selection received 12/21/2010. halfonit (1398) - Fall River, Massachusetts, USA - NOV 6, 2009
Deep reddish brown/amber color. Aroma is of malts and hops. Taste is of sweeter malts and hops. Has a nice bite in the end. TheCaptain (613) - Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA - OCT 4, 2009
On tap at Woodstock. Poured a caramel amber with light foam head and lacing. Some hop citrus on the nose. Pale hop citrus blend, light with a mellon after taste. BigBen2120 (687) - Derry, New Hampshire, USA - AUG 17, 2009
12oz brown screwtop bottle from the local Hannaford. Pours a nearly translucent amber-red body with an impressive somewhat rocky inch-thick head that dissipates after not too long. Grassy, piney, somewhat citrussy hops dominate the aroma with some caramel and butterscotch in the background. Hops bombard the mouth at first, piney and grassy more than anything else, with a presence of butterscotch and biscuit to help counterbalance the hops. Moderate in both body and carbonation, this beer is a fairly easy drinker. Not the best IPA I’ve had but a good one and definitely a solid choice for sure, and one I may get again.