Eisenbahn S.A.P.A. (South American Pale Ale)

12 oz single from Green’s on Ponce, $1.99 for the bottle – pretty sure that they are just trying to shift this stuff since it has obviously been a very poor seller for them.
Pour is quite an orangey golden one with a distinct lack of head, retention or lace. Makes the beer feel flat (although there is a little carbonation in the mouth) but overall lackluster.
Has a bit of an adjunct, macro feel about it and quite where any elements of Belgian candy or yeasts are I don’t know. The beer is basically a run-of-the-mill, uninspiring paleish ale with little to distinguish it from the pack. Simple malts make up the majority of the tastes and hops are conspicuous by their absence. Very light in the flavor department – never a good thing!
Perhaps an older bottle, but without freshness dates I always feel justified in reviewing – how do the brewers expect us to know otherwise.
Nothing to report here, a beer that is lost in a sea of mediocrity.

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09/12/2009
Format:
bottle
ABV: 5.1 %
Appearance: 2.5
Taste: 2.5
Mouthfeel: 3
Smell: 3
Overall: 2
Total: 2.55
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