Wexford Irish Cream Ale

The points for appearance, mouthfeel and drinkability (all 4.0) for this brew are almost always the same for these “creamy” nitro-can ales. Unfortunately they are becoming increasingly difficult to distinguish between, and are becomingly increasingly bland – Wexford Cream Ale was no exception.
It pours a slightly cloudy pale orange color, but soon clears to give the typical nitro-can, creamy topped, appetizing look. The smoothness of these beers in general makes them highly drinkable (in terms of consuming lots) but the experience is often “run-of-the-mill” and uninspiring. The exceptions to rule two of my earliest experiences with nitro-cans which were Boddingtons (which usually imparts more flavor than most) and (in my opinion) the Granddaddy of them all the original draught Guinness Bitter (in the green can). I’m afraid Wexford does very little for me at all.
I’m afraid this beer

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03/14/2004
Format:
nitro-can
ABV: 5.00 %
Appearance: 4
Taste: 2
Mouthfeel: 4
Smell: 2
Overall: 4
Total: 2.7
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