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Damm Brewing Estrella Inedit

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Beer Style: 
Spiced Wheat Beer
Serving Style.: 
750ml Bottle
Alcohol Content: 
4.8% ABV
Where Purchased?: 
L.C.B.O
Beer Rating: 
3

Damm Brewing Estrella Inedit

Pours a very pale and lightly cloudy yellow with a huge and lasting bright white head.
Aroma of coriander, some light floral notes and a hint of honey.
Feel is nicely full and creamy.
Tastes are all quite mild and well blended, tastes of coriander and orange peel, a light doughy base with a light touch of banana. Hard water flavours (iron and calcium) and a faint floral and citrus finish.
Very nice and light, all the flavours are well blended and don't try to scream out for your attention.
The label says that this beer is especially blended to "pair with foods" and I think it would probably go well with many fairly mild flavoured foods, anything spicy or strong tasting would overpower this easily.
Still and all, a nice enjoyable beer.




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Trafalgar Brewing - Paddy's Irish Red

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reviewed by:
John H.

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Serving Style:
650 ml. bottle
Where Purchased:
At the brewery.
Beer Rating:
4

Trafalgar Brewing - Paddy's Irish Red

Pours a dark copper color. No head to speak of but a fairly strong lace.
Nice rich mouth feel. A little on the watery side, but still pleasant.
I find the hops to be on top but not over the top on this one. The hops are not over the top on this with the malt keeping them in the back ground. Well balanced to my way of thinking.
Another good one from a great Canadian Craft Brewery!






Trafalgar Brewing - Paddy's Irish Red

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reviewed by:
newbeergeek

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Serving Style:
650 ML Bottle
Where Purchased:
Picked up at Brewery
Beer Rating:
4

Trafalgar Brewing - Paddy's Irish Red

A medium sized head. Bubbles seem pretty big and it isn't lasting too long.
The colour is more of a dark amber than a red.
I can smell a bit of honey and some pine.
The taste is quite sweet with corn syrup tastes, it tastes malty like the brewery smells.
There is a bit of a pine taste and a dryness on my tongue a few seconds after I swallow it.
It's really quite nice, from sweet at the beginning to dry afterwards.
I like it and could probably slug back a bunch of these.






Trafalgar Brewing - Paddy's Irish Red

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reviewed by:
Bruce Ticknor

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Serving Style:
473 ML Can
Where Purchased:
L.C.B.O
Beer Rating:
4

There is a previous review here which I did about a year and a half ago. The beer I just bought in a can bears no resemblance to Trafalgar's bottled beer of the same name. I think their canning line is a fairly new addition but the real point here is that their new Irish Red is more like an IPA than a Red.
I decided to do a whole new review, maybe this isn't even the right beer for this can, how would I know.

The pour is a fairly dark amber with a very full, coarse, and slightly off white head.
Aroma is mostly pine and citrus, quite fresh smelling with a hint of graininess in the background.
Feel is quite bright and sparkling, creamy and full.
Taste shows hints of the very malty brew that this used to be but now contains big doses of pine and grapefruit hop tastes which really set this off nicely.
I find it a lot more drinkable as it is now than what it was. The light hop finish makes it a lot easier to have another mouthful.
I don't know what happened but I hope they keep this version 2.0 Paddy's Irish Red.




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