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Reviews for: Discovery

From: Fullers

ABV: 3.9%

Quality Ales Rating:6.23 from 11 reviews

From: barthez - 808 Rank: Major General Hogs Head
Rating: 7.00
A light pale ale with a refeshing fruity flavour. I was quite impressed considering it's from the Fullers stable.
Submited On: 2005-10-22
From: K Folwell - 3457 Rank: Head Of Allied Command
Rating: 7.50
Richly coloured dark golden ale. Sharp and bitter from the start. Dry hoppy aftertaste. Good session beer for bitter, bitter drinkers.
Submited On: 2005-05-09
From: littlecons - 34 Rank: Second Lieutenant Pin
Rating: 4.50
fairly thin in flavour, with no lenght at all, a pity i normally like fullers beers but not this one
Submited On: 2005-06-06
From: Sigmund - 395 Rank: Colonel Barrel
Rating: 5.50
Cask conditioned at Charlie’s Bar, Copenhagen. Fullers have finally "discovered" that golden ales have been in demand for a number of years. This is their attempt at this style. Golden colour, low head. Moderate hops in aroma and flavour, but nothing special here. Disappointing.
Submited On: 2005-08-30
From: Nick - 2468 Rank: Field Marshall Tun
Rating: 6.50
A light golden ale with an impressive looking pump clip. I tried a pint and found it to be light in aroma and subtle in flavour. If Fullers are going to get into the golden ales catagory they need to do a little better than this. This ale has potential but requires a little more flavour. Even though it was a little lacking it wasn't horrible. Try a pint and see what you think?
Submited On: 2005-10-22
From: clive - 302 Rank: Colonel Barrel
Rating: 7.00
A nice dark golden beer very refreshing.
Submited On: 2005-12-02
From: Trotts - 302 Rank: Colonel Barrel
Rating: 6.50
Light golden bitter with a fruity taste. Not the best 'Blonde' bitter tasted, but worth a try.
Submited On: 2006-07-17
From: kevin b - 112 Rank: Captain Firkin
Rating: 6.00
This was a pleasant drink,nice colour and a good flavour would try it again
Submited On: 2006-08-10
From: anth - 254 Rank: Lieutenant Colonel Kilderkin
Rating: 5.00
[on draught at the Corn Stores, Reading] Despite the supposedly different hops, this is clearly a Fullers beer - tastes a bit like Chiswick (Dusty straw, earthy tones) with much of the flavour boiled out and a big dash of lemon added. In short, it tastes like they've tried to create a golden ale by amending one of their existing bitters rather than by setting out to create a new beer. It's not bad, but there's nothing special here. Especially disappointing considering the usually great brewery it's come from.
Submited On: 2008-06-08
From: tombyars - 1031 Rank: Lieutenant General Butt
Rating: 6.00
Sampled this amber ale in the Blackbird, Earl's Court London in July 2008. Pale clear amber in colour with a thin white head. Slight dusty hop aroma and thin mouthfeel. Pale malt base gives a digestive biscuit malt with an orange peel fruityness. This combines well enough with the bitter hop resins to give a reasonable balanced effort. Rather stick with ESB though!
Submited On: 2008-07-19

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