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93 • Moorhouse's Brewery Pendle Witches Brew.
Slightly hazy pale amber color with a lacy head. Pleasant mild toast and delicate caramel aromas follow through on a round entry to crisp, dryish medium body with a balanced and even, slightly nutty malt and grassy, earth hop fade. (tasted on Mar-10-2010)
89 • Top of the Hill Restaurant & Brewery Ellie's Pale Ale.
Golden amber color. Delicate aromas of nectarine, honeyed toast, and buttery praline follow through on a very crisp entry to a dryish medium body with very nice depth and balance. Finishes with a long, citrus peel and grassy hop fade with refreshing, crunchy astringency. A very nice, slightly more hoppy version of the classic UK style. (tasted on Jun-09-2010)
89 • Black Sheep Brewery Black Sheep Ale.
Aromas of peach, caramel, and citrus marmalade on rye toast follow through on a round, pillowy entry to a dryish medium body with good depth and proper scope of flavor. Finishes with tangy nut, citrus, and peat moss-like earth nuances. Excellent style and drinkability at the table or the pub. (tasted on Jun-09-2010)
88 • Pike Brewing Co. Pike Pale Ale.
Amber color. Aromas of chocolate covered roasted nuts, honeyed whole grain bread, and faint soy follow through on a round, silky entry to a dryish medium body with good depth and an earthy, mineral, cocoa, and dried citrus accented fade. A nice food beer. (tasted on Mar-17-2010)
86 • Lancaster Brewery Lancaster Blonde.
Pale golden yellow color. Aromas of roasted corn and salty root vegetables follow through on a round entry to a dry medium body with cracker-like malt and a chalky, grassy hop finish with good astringency. (tasted on Mar-10-2010)


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