BeerCritic


JW Dundee’s Honey Brown
09/10/2008, 5:11 AM
Filed under: brown ale [bruin] (mug), Jim Dundee | Tags:

JW Dundees Honey Brown Lager
ABV: 4.5%
IBU: ?
Calories: 140
Volume: 12 fl oz
Glass: tulip
Purchased at: Joe Canal’s as part of a sampler.
Price per fl oz: $11 / 144 fl oz = $0.07 per fl oz
Consumed on/at: home on March 19th, 2008

sensory first impression: Beautiful orange color. Simple aroma. Feel is papery, creamy, and shallow, like most JWD brews.

Aroma/Olfactory:
Malt flavor is: simple, thin, and creamy.
Hop flavor is: floral and herbaceous
Yeast flavor is: doughy and dry.
Other flavors include: corn, ginger, raisin, vanilla

Visuals/Appearance:
Color is: bright, orange, brown.
Liquid is: clear, clean
Head and lace are: minimal, off white.

Taste/Flavor:
Maltiness or Sweetness level is: heavy
Hoppiness or Bitterness level is: light
Sour level is: none

Palate/Tactile:
Body or Mouthfeel is: light, creamy
Texture is: creamy, papery
Carbonation is: flat
Finish is: medium, enjoyable

Overall experience: Not a bad beer, but not great in the least. Have a few and you’ll enjoy it more. Good color. No head or lasce. Watery. Shallow, but not horrible. Good transitional brew.

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