Burleigh Brewing Co 28 Pale Ale – Beer Review
- Wednesday, 23 April 2014
Name: Burleigh Brewing Co 28 Pale Ale
Style: Pale Ale
Beer description: Described by the brewer as “70’s style” pale ale, this beer is very traditional. It’s refreshing to see a brewery attempt a standard but good beer. Standard does not necessarily mean “boring piss,” and Burleigh have done quite well in making an old school beer for newer tastes.
The aroma has a little bit of malt with a hint of fruit and maybe a little bit of pine. It’s not an overly aromatic beer, but it’s clear that’s not what they’re going for. On the taste, it’s pretty mild but there’s still a bit in there. The spectrum of the bitterness does well; it’s short but tends to sit in your mouth. The fruit continues, but only slightly. The beer is a little on the thin side and feels like it has the weight more of a lager, but without the crispness characteristic of the lager style.
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