Den (dewhitton) wrote,

Around The World In 80 Beers Episode 197: Yenda Pale Ale

It's been a while since I've done one of these.

Yenda Pale Ale

Pours a clear golden colour with some carbonation visible. The head is small and fades away rapidly (This may be a glass problem.)

First sip: Some mild grainy malts almost but not quite obscured by the hops, which fade away rapidly. Mouth-feel is thin, with a foamy tingle on the tongue. There is a faint, lingering hoppy after-taste.

This beer is... okay. It's drinkable, and I wouldn't say "no" if someone bought me one. It would go down well on a hot day, or would do as a six-pack for a BBQ. But... yeah. Maybe. Meh.

Yenda Pale Ale
Australian Beer Co. (Owned by Coca Cola Amatil)
4.5% alc/vol
330ml bottle

Yenda Pale Ale

Same again, sir? Um... dunno. Yes?
Tags: beer

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