Samuel Smith's Organic Pale Ale - Samuel Smith Old Brewery (Tadcaster)
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3/5 rDev -18%
This one didn't impress me much, but it's drinkable. i have liked other Sam Smith's beers better. To be perfectly honest, I was steered to try this because "it was a perfect example of diacetyl." Now I can finally be certain of what they meant, and what that flavor is. I suppose it's not a bad taste, but it's not my favorite either. I certainly wouldn't turn down a glass of this, but I'll seek out other brews from this brewery in the future..
03-10-2014 15:55:49 | More by AlCaponeJunior
4.7/5 rDev +28.4%
This beer was recommended to me by one of my customers.
I ordered it and when the bottle arrived I was surprised by the label (old school).
The color and taste were very good! I have since recommended this beer to all of my beer drinking friends.
I have taken the next step and also purchased this beer to have in my refrigerator at home.
I have also tried several of their other Organic beers as was not disappointed!
02-28-2014 21:20:11 | More by stuarthyde
3.43/5 rDev -6.3%
Poured from a 12 oz bottle
A - Dark orange/ambar color with a decent off-white head. Not that much retention and/or lacing
S - Toasted malts with caramel touches. There's a scents from citrusy hops, and an earthy presence, but not so prominent as the malts
T - Mostly toasted sweet malts. The hops are there to balance the malts, but they're mostlu present at the dry, bitter finish.
M - Medium body and medium carbonatation. Creamy but not that smooth texture
O - Not an spectacular beer, in the sense that none of its ingredients really stand out, but it's an nice balanced ale. Maybe I wouldn't choose it if others are available, but i wouldn't mind drinking it again
02-21-2014 13:29:20 | More by Leviathan5
Samuel Smith's Organic Pale Ale from Samuel Smith Old Brewery (Tadcaster)
83 out of 100 based on 85 ratings.