02 March 2009

Beer Review, Bell's Pale Ale

Bell's Pale Ale
Comstock, MI
5.00% ABV

Appearance: Yellow/orange body, thick bubbly foamy white head that dissipates a bit, but leaves some lacing. 4.5/5

Smell: Sweet with citrus up front, crisp hops underneath. Very fresh, clean, aromatic. 4.0/5

Taste: Orange and citrus on the tip of the tongue, with a crisp finish and a dry aftertaste. Somewhat grassy. Very fresh, quite good. 4.0/5

Mouthfeel: Thin but not watery, with a nice carbonation that is pleasant, not painful. 4.0/5

Drinkability: A very nice pale ale, one of the better examples of the style. A very good day-to-day beer if you can get it. 4.0/5

Overall: 4.1/5

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