Manny's Pale Ale - Georgetown Brewing Company
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4.18/5 rDev +8.3%
Growler filled at Total Wine poured into a pint glass. I have had this multiple times at various bars and I have to say this beer tastes different depending where I am having it. First time having it from a growler.
A: Hazy orange body with one finger head. Spotty lacing
S: Floral hops, citrus
T: I am very partial to this beer haha. This is one of the beers that is always available everytime I go out and enjoy multiple pints of in a session. Flora hops, citrus, malt. Well balanced. I love it. Very simple.
M: This growler seems a bit flat in carbonation. I remember this beer being more carbonated. Medium to light body.
O: Very solid hoppy pale ale. I wish they bottle this.
08-19-2012 05:25:28 | More by sukwonee
3.5/5 rDev -9.3%
Draft at Ruth's Chris steakhouse in Seattle, WA.
Pours a cloudy golden orange color with a two finger white head that quickly settles into a thin ring. Spotty lacing left behind.
Slightly floral aroma with delicate grassy hops countered by bread and pale malt notes. Subtle grassy pine character with faint citrus hop character followed by bread, biscuit and light fruit.
Medium bodied with a crisp hop presence up front that lingers over the sweeter notes and pale malt into a slightly dry finish. Floral and earthy hop character that's not overly dry or bitter followed by citrus rind, bread, biscuit and graham cracker. A well balanced, refreshing beer that pretty sessionable.
08-08-2012 01:20:30 | More by corby112
1.3/5 rDev -66.3%
Had this on tap at the Parkway Tavern.
A - Definitely average appearance, a little lighter then I would have wanted.
S - Floral aromas. Not much more to say about this one.
T - I'm not sure if it was just a bad keg, but the taste was incredibly hoppy without any substance.
M - Oily is the only word I can use to describe it. Perhaps it was just the keg (?)
O - I was not a fan.
08-03-2012 16:46:48 | More by JosephEllis
3.68/5 rDev -4.7%
Named after Georgetown owner Mann Chao, this pale ale’s made with Summit and Cascade hops. Enjoyed in a shaker pint.
Bright, cloudy copper. A creamy, one- inch head of light cream deposits thick, frothy walls on the glass. It has the consistency of shaken egg whites and hangs around for a long while.
Bright aroma. Lots of citrusy tangerine; a little grass; crackers; honey.
Same deal in the flavor. Bright tangerine peel, honey, toasted crackers and a touch of apricot. Mild bitterness on the sides of the tongue. Finishes dry.
Moderate, pinching carbonation in a medium body. Smooth. A little fizz as it moves.
Nice, bright citrus notes in this one. A solid pale.
07-24-2012 22:15:30 | More by Phelps
3.73/5 rDev -3.4%
On tap. Pours a dark burnt orange color with a thin layer of head. Some lacing. Aroma is citrusy with some floral notes. Taste is some citrus hops along with some malt flavor. Well balanced. Slightly floral at the end with a nice bitter finish. Slightly creamy mouthfeel. Easy to drink, flavorful pale ale. Worth having again.
06-15-2012 03:58:01 | More by PicoPapa
3.33/5 rDev -13.7%
On tap while hanging out in Seattle. Pours a deep bronze color with small white head. Smells of wet dog, some light sweet malt. Malt overpowers much of the expected citrus and pine hops, though not overly sweet. Caramel, bready malts and a crisp finish. Relatively light on the palate, with medium carbonation. Only okay.
05-28-2012 16:05:52 | More by BMMillsy
Manny's Pale Ale from Georgetown Brewing Company
87 out of 100 based on 224 ratings.