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Below are 1 through 9 of the 9 found. |Find-a-Beer|

96 • Fuller's Griffin Brewery Fuller's London Pride Pale Ale.
Brilliant amber color. Aromas of peach pastry and praline with a supple, dry-yet-fruity medium-to-full body and a long seamless, lemon curd, Devonshire cream, and light leafy hop finish. Classic and irresistible. (tasted on Mar-11-2011)
93 • St. Peter’s Brewery India Pale Ale.
Brilliant orange amber color. Aromas of toasty praline, lemon pudding, honey on rye toast, frittata with a round, silky medium body with a creamy, crisp root vegetable and citrus pith and dandelion greens-like finish. A super-sessionable, wonderfully balanced British-style IPA. (tasted on Feb-02-2011)
92 • St. Peter’s Brewery Golden Ale.
Bright pale amber color with a high head. Aromas of doughy nut bread and lemon pudding with a supple, satiny dry-yet-fruity medium body and a long, seamless grassy hop finish. Great balance and drinkability. (tasted on Feb-02-2011)
92 • Marston's Beer Company Pedigree English Pale Ale.
Rich amber color. Aromas of omelet, praline, and melba toast with a round, silky dryish medium body and a root vegetable, honeyed citrus, rye toast and grassy hop accented finish. A great food friendly ale that will shine with pub grub. (tasted on Feb-02-2011)
92 • Granville Island Brewing Co. English Bay Pale Ale.
Rich copper color. Peach cobbler and praline aromas with supple, dry-yet-fruity medium body and a smooth, nutty, melon rind and mild lettuce-like hop aromas. A nicely crafted, very sessionable ale. (tasted on Mar-11-2011)
91 • Wychwood Brewery Co. Wychcraft Ale.
Bright amber color. Aromas of citrus creme brulee and fresh fruit breads with a supple, dryish medium body and a toasty walnut and earthy hop snap. A well styled session ale. Very nice. (tasted on Feb-02-2011)
91 • St. Peter’s Brewery Organic English Ale.  Certified Organic 
Bright pale amber color. Aromas of crusty frittata and cucumber sandwiches with a round, silky dryish light-to-medium body and white nut and peppered turnip and arugula accented finish. A go to session ale. (tasted on Apr-02-2011)
90 • Upland Brewing Helios Pale Ale.
Golden amber color. Aromas of toasty apricot custard pastry and praline aromas with a supple, dryish medium body and a crisp, clean melon sherbet and grassy, frisee-like hop finish. A really nice session ale. (tasted on Mar-11-2011)
89 • Meantime Brewing Company Meantime London Pale Ale.
Deep amber color. Aromas of peach soufflé and praline aromas with a crisp, dryish medium body and a tangy watercress, water chestnut, and grassy earth accented finish. A very traditional, earthy session ale. (tasted on Mar-11-2011)


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