Dead Pony Club - BrewDog
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United Kingdom (Northern Ireland)
3.88/5 rDev +2.4%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4
330ml bottle bought from Sainsburys
Poured a light golden amber colour with a slight haze... White head poured fairly thick and foamy then faded to decent light covering... light carbonation... good sticky lacing lines cling to the glass...
Aroma - Light maltiness mixed with a good dose of citrusy and peppery hops, pine, tart fruits (grapefruit, lemons, apples), very floral, quite grassy, faint honey sweetness, light breadiness, some sea salt...
Taste - Good grassy and citrus hop bitterness, light pine, tart fruits (grapefruits, apples), light sweet biscuit malts, hint of wheat, peppery, some salty notes, floral and perfumed...
Feel - Quite smooth with a little bite underneath... light / medium body. Very, very quaffable and refreshing...
Overall - A excellent, straightforward, hoppy and very drinkable APA from Brewdog... recommended...
Serving type: bottle
08-16-2012 09:01:22 | More by mdagnew
United Kingdom (Scotland)
3.25/5 rDev -14.2%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3 | feel: 4 | overall: 3
Golden amber that is very slightly hazy and a very foamy white head that is about an inch thick and slowly fades to leave a two millimetre thick, foamy lacing.
Hops to begin with along with some floral type notes and some grassy ones too. There is citrus, mild pine and a mix of light, summery fruits.There is quite a lot going on but it comes across as being well balanced in aroma at least.
Quite hoppy but not as strong as an IPA. There is some grapefruit, pine and light tropical fruits. I would compare this one to Punk IPA but a watered down, weaker version of the Brewdog flagship beer. A nice beer but nothing outstanding, although it must be noted it is only 3.8% and packs a punch for such a light beer.
Medium in body with a bitter hop tang to it and some bitterness but not a lot. The finish quite dry and crisp.
A very nice beer but not truly outstanding, perhaps slightly watery in areas but it's certainly not that noticeable and is full of flavour for a beer that comes in at under 4% abv.
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Serving type: bottle
07-21-2012 21:35:07 | More by flyingpig
Dead Pony Club from BrewDog
85 out of 100 based on 102 ratings.