Cask at the William Webb Ellis (JDW), Twickenham. Reddish copper in colour with a tight cream head; aroma of red fruit with some underlying chocolate malt; dry and creamy in the mouth, the taste is rich with red fruit and malts - like a good fruit cake; and the finish is light, dry and fruity. A rather good autumnal bitter.
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