ImPaled Ale - Middle Ages Brewing Co., Ltd.
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4.1/5 rDev +7.6%
Poured from bottle into Pint Glass.
A- Bold Copper brew topped with about an inch or so of white, dense, foamy head that hangs around for a little while. There's an abundant amount of lacing that clings to the side of the glass as I sip away at this one.
S- Quite a bunch of sweetness at the forefront with a touch of breadiness and caramel swirling around. The sweetness really dominates here but is not overwhelming by any means. A decent malt background with a slight amount of bitter hops too. Smells delicious.
T- The bitter hops are a much more obvious to the palate than in the nose. The big sweetness I detected soon takes over and is a sweet, malty, masterpiece. There is just enough hops left over to round this off very nicely.
M- A medium to nearly big bodied, chewy brew. Carbonation is middle of the road, and this one finishes fairly well. The Orange, citrusy, fruitiness, and dose of hops linger a good bit and are pleasing to the palate.
O- This brew is brewed just over a half an hour away from my house and am glad it is. This is a very solid example of an English IPA and has found its way to being one of the regulars in my fridge. Pairs really good with some Cajun shrimp too!
12-26-2013 15:09:21 | More by paulytasker
3.8/5 rDev -0.3%
Bottle from the Sunoco in Canton, NY.
A - Nice cloudy orangey colour. Two fingers of really soapy and creamy white head. Good carbonation coming up. Good lace rings and a half finger of retention.
S - Floral, orange, citrus, chamomile.
T - Some tea, floral, citrus, some decent malt. Citrus and crispness. Buttery, but in a very subtle way.
M - Good feel with good carbonation, decent bitterness and a medium body.
O/D - A fairly drinkable IPA. The English element is hard to discern though. A solid hop flavour that wasn't overpowering but held its own.
09-10-2013 03:26:08 | More by tbeckett
4.18/5 rDev +9.7%
A-pours a golden orange color with a fluffy white head with excellent retention
S-slightly floral with citrus and sweet malt
T-citrus and sweet malt up front that transitions into an earthy floral bitterness and leaves the palate dry with some biscuit
O-very solid beer, have only have had it a few times and seem to forget how great it is
08-11-2013 21:52:00 | More by atr2605
ImPaled Ale from Middle Ages Brewing Co., Ltd.
86 out of 100 based on 324 ratings.