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Stuart's Natural Session Ale

Beer Style: 
English Style Ale
Serving Style.: 
330 ml. Stubby Bottle
Alcohol Content: 
3.7% ABV
Where Purchased?: 
L.C.B.O
Beer Rating: 
4

Stuart's Natural Session Ale

A golden colour. The head is white but doesn't last long.
The smell is what I think of as "malt". Not sure if I am right or not.
There is some apricot in there as well.

The taste is fairly sweet. Some raisin and apricot flavours. Very smooth and easy to drink.
I like this a lot. Only 3.7% alcohol so I could drink it all night and it really has tastes to it.
A lot of flavour! When I saw it was only 3.7% I thought it would be a nothing beer. I'm glad I gave it a shot.


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reviewed by:
Bruce Ticknor

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Serving Style:
341 ml Stubby
Where Purchased:
Picked up at Brewery.
Beer Rating:
3

A thin, white, quickly dissipating head on a beautiful coloured beer. A dark amber colour with shades of peach.
Aroma is of earthiness, berry, a citrus sourness and hints of apricot.
Taste is berry, honey, a citrus tingle, and with apricot coming through as it warms.
There is just enough hop bitterness to leave a dry feel in the mouth.

This is a great session beer, the low alcohol means you can drink a lot.
A lady I know who professes not to like beer saw mine and asked for a sip (She liked the peach shades in the colour). She drank my whole glass.
I think that kind of sums up this beer. It's major attraction is the colour and the taste does not disappoint.




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