Den (dewhitton) wrote,

Around The World In 80 Beers episode 156: Three Sheets Pale Ale

What a messy label.

Three Sheets Pale Ale

Pours a slightly cloudy pale amber colour. The head is thin and bubbly and vanishes rapidly with no retention.

First Sip: Mild malts, with some bready yeasts. There are some faint fruit flavours but they are not strong. Nicely hopped, but there is almost no lingering bitterness after the swallow. Mouth-feel is thin and a little fizzy, with a curious after-swallow tingle on the tongue.

This beer makes me go "Hmmmmm.... Yeeeeaaaah... no." It tastes like something a amateur home-brewer would knock up; the sort of thing you drink out of politeness because it's not horrible and the brewer is so proud of it and you don't want to hurts his feelings. "No sorry I can't have another. I'm driving."

It could have been a lot better.

Three Sheets Pale Ale
Lord Nelson Pub Brewery
4.9% alc/vol
330ml bottle

Three Sheets Pale Ale

Same again, sir? No.
Tags: beer

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