Mango - Zerodegrees Cardiff
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United Kingdom (England)
3.73/5 rDev +4.8%
Golden/orange colour, slightly cloudy with a sweetish aroma. A light refreshing taste, I thought a good balance between what you would expect from a pale ale and the mango fruit which was not overpowering. It is fairly sweet, but not cloyingly so, I certainly enjoyed this, though would probably only ever have one per session, as a touch too sweet to want more than one for my taste.
Tried at the Cardiff Zero Degress venue.
B'ham UK June 2012
06-14-2012 10:09:12 | More by JohnW
3.38/5 rDev -5.1%
Served on draught into a pint glass at 0 degrees in Cardiff. This is their specialty seasonal. Reviewed from notes taken less than a week ago. Cost was 2.20 GBP for a pint.
A: One finger head of fair cream, nice thickness, and bad 30 second retention. Cloudy orange colour with small floating yeast particles on its bottom.
Sm: Mango fruit ester hops. Barley. A strong aroma.
T: Mango fruit climax, an empty cream open, and a clean barley foundation comprising the body. The finish is nicely crisp. It's simple but pleasant and original. Well built but a bit off-balance. I'd like more mango, especially on the body.
Mf: Smooth and wet. Not as crisp as it should be. Complementary of the flavours on the body.
Dr: A bit muted and restrained (a common feature of beers from this brewery), but easily drinkable and well priced. I'd have it again. The ABV is low, however.
08-04-2011 03:50:35 | More by kojevergas
Mango from Zerodegrees Cardiff
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