Being familiar with the Infinite Session’s quality range, we were expecting a good, strong, clean brew. Their Pale ale is much darker than we would have thought; A cloudy pour which clears to a dark amber to be precise. A slight tropical smell soon makes itself known too.
"Disappointing considering their other ales"

However, we got a much bolder and blunter taste than we were expecting. An unwanted stocky taste which soon clears but then forms an aftertaste. It seems that tasting it changes our perception of its smell. Now its almost cooking stock like. Not really what we came here for. The finish offers some slight respite but can’t change the taste.

Carbonation wise, it’s pretty flat, which sums up our impression after some anticipated excitement. Disappointing considering the high quality of their other ales. We couldn’t finish it.

ABV: 0.5%
Kcal per 100ml: 11
Serving size: 330ml

What the label says:
“Beer is dead, long live beer. At Infinite Session we believe beer is bigger than booze. That’s why we’re all about big flavours, bold chances and brilliant times. Turn’s out alcohol-free doesn’t have to be bring AF.

Our American Pale Ale combines a smooth six grain body with tropical new world hops to give a refreshing and bitter flavour.”

Lowbrew Rating: 38%

Taste - 30%
Smell - 30%
Finish - 60%
Comfort - 40%
Value - 30%