St. Peter's Organic English Ale - St. Peter's Brewery Co Ltd
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3.8/5 rDev +6.1%
Appearance: Pale, golden; pours a tiny head.
Aroma: Refreshing, citrus, hops, maybe grass even?
Taste: Light malt typical for English Ales, dominated by hops, which linger in the aftertaste as well. Fairly light and quite refreshing, but also robust with a good hop content and interesting floral flavours.
Mouthfeel: Light to medium bodied, round.
Overall: A nice beer for a warm day. Nothing spectacular, but a solid beer.
03-19-2012 22:16:18 | More by Arborescence
3.73/5 rDev +4.2%
16.9 oz bottle was poured into a pint glass.
Appearance: This beer poured a small head that reduced to a thin layer and left some lacing on the glass. It is a pale orange color with great clarity and bubbles coming up through the glass. Nice lacing on the glass as the beer was drank.
Smell: caramel malts, fruity, and bready.
Taste: grassy hops, bready and pale malts, and some lingering bitterness in the end.
Mouthfeel: Smooth, chewy, medium carbonation, and light to medium bodied.
Overall: Pretty nice EPA here folks. Not crazy about beer that comes in strange green shaped bottles, but this one was alright.
04-15-2013 00:47:51 | More by Flounder57
3.59/5 rDev +0.3%
A: Pours a very lightly hazy medium golden yellow in color with moderate amounts of active visible carbonation rising from the bottom of the glass and some faint hints of apricot highlights. The beer has a two finger tall sudsy off-white head that reduces to a large patch of thick film surrounded by a thin film covering the remainder of the surface of the beer and a medium thick ring at the edges of the glass. Significant amounts of lacing are observed.
S: Moderate aromas of biscuit malts with some light aromas of fruity yeast (hints of white grape). There is a light aroma of floral and grassy hops as well.
T: Upfront there are moderate flavors of biscuit and bready malts with some light flavors of fruity yeast (white grape) - which contributes a very light amount of sweetness which builds as the beer warms. Light amounts of bitterness in the finish but it does not linger for long.
M: Just shy of medium bodied with moderate amounts of carbonation. Clean and crisp with just a hint of dryness in the finish.
O: With the nice flavors/aromas and low ABV, this is a very nice sessionable brew and one I could easily see myself enjoying - reminds me of sitting in a pub in London.
11-10-2013 21:17:07 | More by dbrauneis
3.55/5 rDev -0.8%
From the antique looking green 25 oz. bottle labeled Organic English Ale with the number 10035 on the back label. Sampled on June 30, 2013.
The pour is golden amber with a foamy off-white head and a slight cloudy appearance. I think it looks quite good.
The aroma is very malt forward with butter and cream, yeast, and a slight herbal quality. Hops are soft.
The body is light to medium but quite creamy.
The taste has a malty beginning but a slightly lingering hop finish that becomes rather dry. It reminds more of German malts than English but it is refreshing enough.
06-30-2013 16:04:40 | More by puboflyons
3.53/5 rDev -1.4%
A: Pours a hazy light straw color. Little head and minimal lacing. From bottle to Imperial Pint glass.
S: Malted barley and sweet with corn aromas and a nice English smell to it.
T: This has a nice sort of herbal taste to it with barley malt finish. A touch of celery and marjoram. Tastes almost exactly like English Ale wort smells. Clean taste with a sedimentary finish.
M: Clean, a touch creamy, with a slightly gritty finish.
D: Sessionable in feel and abv, but the flavor is not enough to make you want too much more. You know what you've had once you've had it, and you're ready to move on.
03-07-2011 01:34:43 | More by TangTKE402
3.53/5 rDev -1.4%
My first "English Pale"
A: Clear; color of straw. White, sticky head which didn't last long.
S: Tart, somehow reminds me of a sour. Apple, lemon and grapefruit flavors. Really reminds me of a sour (though it definitely is not). Encouraged to see how it tastes!
T: Tastes like it smells. Yeasty, lots of grapefruit, sour apple with a balanced caramel-malt sweetness underneath to round it out well. Fairly bitter for the pales I'm accustomed to drinking.
M: Medium bodied, light carbonation, wet finish. I wouldn't consider this a good example of a "session beer". I don't find it very refreshing.
O:I enjoyed this beer as a refreshing change from the average, hoppy pales I get in California, but I wouldn't search it out specifically, however I recommend trying it.
Reviewed from notes
06-05-2012 23:20:02 | More by Pjilsner
St. Peter's Organic English Ale from St. Peter's Brewery Co Ltd
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