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Alexander Keith's Premium White

Beer Style: 
Wheat beer
Serving Style.: 
341 ml. bottle
Alcohol Content: 
5% abv.
Where Purchased?: 
Beer Store
Beer Rating: 

Alexander Keith's Premium White

Pours a golden color with a clumpy white head. Slightly cloudy like most wheat beers but that is where the similarity ends.
Aroma has a bit of citrus from the hops but mostly the smell of corn.
It starts out with a spice and citrus taste that deteriorates due to the corn. I like corn on the cob and canned or frozen corn but I'm not too impressed with corn in my beer. They could have done better.

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Serving Style:
500ml. Bottle
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A very short lived coarse thin white head which only appeared after a vigorous pour. The beer itself is a dark orange/amber colour.
Aroma is somewhat sour and slightly earthy, not very strong.
The taste is a malty earthiness with some biscuit and grass present. There is also a bit of citrus and berry. The earthy, almost moldy taste is predominant.
A creamy feel and a nice strong bitterness in the aftertaste help this beer grow on you. I enjoyed my second much more than my first.

I will buy this one again.

St. Peter's English Ale

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Serving Style:
500 ML Gree Bottle
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St. Peter's English Ale

A beautiful orange amber colour with a nice full white head.
It has all the flavour of good barley and bright citrus hops.
You can drink them all day and most of the night without getting your tongue burned out or a bloated belly.
The lovely lingering bitterness just makes you want more and more.
A great beer!

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