Thursday, February 11, 2010

Dundee Pale Ale

The fourth beer I grabbed out of the Dundee sampler pack was the Pale Ale. The beer has a light golden color with a thin white filmy head. It smells lightly of malts with slight hop accent. The taste is sweet and malty and finishes with a faint hop accent. The beer has a faint creaminess to it as well. The alcohol content is 5.3% ABV. The Pale Ale was not the best beer, but still found a way to be pleasing. It was also not very complex, but very easy to drink. This is a perfect beer to introduce someone to craft beers that usually drinks something a little more mainstream and tasteless. I'll call this a transition beer.

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