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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: 
1

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:
568 ml. bottle
Where Purchased:
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Beer Rating:
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Well's Bombardier

Deep copper color with an off white head that dissipates rapidly.
The aroma is of berries and citrus.
First taste is fruity creaminess which leaves a pleasant coating all over the mouth and tongue.
The middle and finish is a sweetness that cries for more hops.
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Wells Bombardier English Premium Bitter

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reviewed by:
Bruce Ticknor

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Serving Style:
568 ml. bottle
Where Purchased:
L.C.B.O.
Beer Rating:
4

Wells Bombardier

A full and creamy thick, light tan coloured head on a deep red/copper coloured beer.
The aroma is slightly sour with citrus, earth, and some bread dough hints.
A very creamy, buttery feel with tastes of citrus, chocolaty roasted malt, some berries and biscuit. The flavour is light enough to make this a good session beer.
It finishes with a nice creamy bitterness.
All in all, a very good malty blend with enough hoppy bitterness to set it all off and make
you want more.

I will buy this one again often.




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