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Around The World In 80 Beers Episode 182: Sail & Anchor Pale Ale
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Sale and Achor Pale Ale

Pours a clear mid-golden colour with a small head. A lot of carbonation visible in the glass.

First Sip: Strong lemon citrus flavours, with a mild malt. Medium hops bitterness all over the tongue, which lingers long after the swallow. Medium mouth feel, with a moderate carbonation tingle on the tongue.

This is very nice. Not too light, not too bitter. The right amount of hops and carbonation. This is one to drink at a BBQ on a mild spring day. It certainly does not need a hot day to appreciate it. I'd happily get well refreshed on a six-pack for this brew.

Pale Ale
Sail & Anchor Pub Brewery
4.9% alc/vol
345ml bottle

Sale and Achor Pale Ale

Same again, sir? Yes please!
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I haven't seen that beer, but I will drink it if I find it. :) When I started The Quest I made a rule that I would try and review All The Beers, even ones I know are bad.

Kokanee is BC mountain brew. Guinness is Irish/British?

Guinness is often contract brewed, that brand is Very Much "big beer".

The closer to Dublin, the better the Guinness.

Guinness is a yummy beer. It's Irish, but brewed under licence. I can buy it here but it's brewed in Melbourne.

You are Australian? Cool. I love Australia. <3 Yeah, Kokanee is a Canadian beer. :-D

I'll keep an eye out for it here on the rare chance that a case or two escapes the Ozzie homeland :)

I hadn't realized that I was missing these entries. It's good to see one again.

ETA: Apparently you have been putting them up all along; I guess it just feels to me as though they've been infrequent.

Edited at 2016-08-31 05:11 pm (UTC)

Blame Facebook for that, I do! :D

Bah. I hardly post in Faceache, too.

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