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Infinite Session American Pale Ale

"Our award-winning American Pale combines a smooth, six-grain body with tropical US hops to give a refreshing & bitter flavour. It's double dry-hopped to be full-bodied and taste just like your favourite craft beer." - Infinite Session

Our Review

Soooo refreshing!

I'm so glad I didn't read the label on this bottle as it meant I could discover the tropical, fruity aroma for myself. Not too overpowering, and not too sweet - just enough to perk your interest. I then became concerned that this would end up being akin to one of those cartoned tropical juice drinks, but on pouring it became immediately clear that this was not to be the case. The flavours are subtle, the hops come through nicely, and it lacks the in your face bitterness that so many dry hopped beers now have, in favour of a nice tang. Goodness gracious, this is drinkable...and I mean, REALLY drinkable. I tried to hold it in my mouth to ensure thorough discernment of the flavours and mouthfeel, but this was pretty much impossible as I just wanted to down it. The experience reminded me of fruit pastel competitions as a kid - trying desperately not to chew it when every fibre in your being tells you to do the opposite. My only complaint about this beer is that it really does need to be sold in bigger bottles!!

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Hoppy and Refreshingly Bitter Pale Ale

I’d wanted to try this for a while, but not finding it in my local supermarkets it had to wait until I put an online order together. It was worth the wait.

Bright and refreshing, with a good amount of citrus hop and bitter flavours, this is a quality beer. And not just in the ‘good for alcohol-free’ kind of way.

Mine was in a chilled can - I didn’t pour it, but I was pleasantly surprised by the immediate burst of hoppy ‘proper beer’ smell emanating from within. It’s not too heavy on the citrus, but it’s definitely present, making it a good choice for those who like the robust flavours of many popular IPAs, but with enough bitterness to ensure you it’s still a beer and not just a grown-up soft drink.

I’m a designer by trade, so I was immediately drawn the unfussy, clear and considered packaging design. It’s not too pushy, not trying to be something it’s not and overall, fairly understated.

I just noticed it’s only 36kcal per can, which I guess is fairly similar to other non-alcoholic and low-alcohol beers, but it’s nice to be reminded of that on the packaging. I’m not a calorie counter, but I imagine that clearly showing how few calories a drink like this contains could sway someone’s opinion should they pick up a pack in the supermarket.

Overall I really enjoyed this beer. I’ll definitely be getting more and recommending it to friends and family to try - especially to those who are dubious about non-alcoholic beers. If that sounds like you then give this one a try - it’s a great place to start.


Reviewed: 10/09/2020 • Permalink

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Mine was from a can rather than bottle. Like this simple packaging.
Really enjoying this hoppy American pale ale. I do struggle with its odd smell though. However, if I ensure I don't breath in it tastes pretty good.


Reviewed: 08/12/2019 • Permalink

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