Saturday, October 29, 2011

O'Malley's Irish Cream Ale ~ Weston Brewing Company

Appearance: clear golds and oranges under a pithy head. Head fades with a bubbly collar and a few spots of lace. Swirls average.

Nose: whole grain crust and sweet golden grains. Dry citric skin in the back, orange especially. Hint of grains of paradise. Overall sweet and husky.

Palate: nice. Whole grains honeyed and crunchy – cereal grains, bread crusts. Lingering hint of artificial sweetness. Toasted along the edges with a light sweet honeyed glaze. Hawaiian rolls in the middle, dry in the finish.

Final Thoughts: alright for a cream ale but nothing special at the same time. I’d drink it again if something gave it to me but I wouldn’t buy it again. 


(an original written work by Kristyn Lier. plagiarism is not tolerated)

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