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The Celt Experience - Bronze Ale

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Beer Style: 
English Ale
Serving Style.: 
500 ML Bottle
Alcohol Content: 
4.5% ABV
Where Purchased?: 
L.C.B.O.
Beer Rating: 
4

The Celt Experience - Bronze Ale
 
Pours clear copper colour with a huge and lasting white head.
Aroma of sweet grain, earth and a hint of flowery hops.

Feel is very rich, creamy and full.
Taste starts with a caramel malt flavour, lot's of toasted grain and touches of earth with a bright floral and slightly citrus bitterness.
This is a very well blended flavour, everything fits together nicely, no taste tries to dominate. The low alcohol makes it a good candidate for a session or two and the bright bitterness in the finish keeps it clean enough to have several.
I only have this one at the moment but I will be picking up more.
 
 




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John H.

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

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Lots of spices, banana and a hint of citrus in the aroma.
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