Mason Hell-Cat's Beer Review
All of us here at The Significant Man are pretty chuffed to welcome our good friend Mason Hell-Cat to the fold. We will be syndicating regular beer reviews from his terrific beer review blog, the aptly titled "Mason Hell-Cat's Beer Blog
". Be sure to head on over and check out his site. You'll find a healthy archive of the most extensive and wide ranging beer reviews on the internet. First up for us though, is one of our favourite brews here at The Significant Man; Little Creatures Pale Ale. Over to you Hell-Cat!
Little Creatures Pale Ale Company info: Little Creatures Brewing Pty Ltd Fremantle, W.A.
[No website listed] Bottle size sampled:
330 mL Alcohol:
5.2% Standard drinks:
1.4 Cap type:
I picked this up for $3.99AU Case price:
Approx. $60.00AU Label info:
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I love this label for its sheer simplicity. It’s not over-crowded, it’s not tacky, it’s just simple, honest to goodness design at its finest. The little cupid character clutching a big glass of foaming beer has become iconic in Australia and instantly recognisable as the logo for the Little Creatures Brewing company. It has a touch of elegance, a touch of class. It’s a label that I am proud to hold. I give it a label rating of 8 out of 10
Delicious…there is a gentle waft of mellow Summer fruits that rises up, tucks you into bed and gives you a goodnight kiss on the forehead. Taste: GLASS –
One of my all time favourite beers, it is an absolute pleasure to be reviewing Little Creatures Pale Ale for my 100th review. It’s a fresh, thirst quenching ale with a pleasing back of the mouth burst of bitterness. I have had this brew dozens of times before but on this tasting I am noticing a subtle nuttiness that flows through. It’s smooth, it’s delicious, it takes me away to a better place – of rainbows, star-drops, and midgets on ponies. I give it a beer from glass rating of 9 out of 10. Taste: BOTTLE -
Drinking this from the bottle it appears to pack more of an all-mouth punch and becomes a little more flavour intense. Just as good, just as refreshing, just as memorable. My only drawback is the distinct absence of the nostril surrounding aroma.
I give it a taste from bottle rating of 8.5 out of 10. A word from the wife:
‘Smooth, delicious and irresistible…just like my man’ She gave it a taste rating of 9 out of 10. Song of choice:
Try this along side the Foo Fighters’ ‘Everlong‘ Accompanying food:
A grilled seafood platter with plenty of lemon would make this an arvo barbie in cupid-driven heaven. Best season to appreciate:
It’s definitely a good thirst quencher – Summer! All-nighter beer?
Absolutely! This was the beer of choice for me at my wedding so it’s tried and tested. For a whole lot more tasty Hell-Cat beer reviews, get on over to Mason Hell-Cat's Beer Blog.