jotimba (19) - - JAN 19, 2020
UPDATED: JAN 19, 2020 Notas cítricas, notas de mil, refrescante para épocas de gran calor. Cerveza muy liviana. Ideal para refrescar, no habrá una gran experiencia culinaria. jooilakon (835) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - JAN 1, 2020
UPDATED: JAN 1, 2020 Bottle 500 ml from FB food and wine, corner shop near us. Aroma is malts, citrus, hay, bread, honey. Clear golden body with big white head. Refreshing with sweet malts and honey followed by bready notes and a crisp citrus finish. YantarCoast (2755) - Moscow, RUSSIA - NOV 7, 2019
UPDATED: NOV 7, 2019 500ml bottle. I have been meaning to try this beer for years, finally got round to it. Pours clear gold with a small white head. Aroma is honey, bread and grain. Taste is slighlty sweet, fruity, honey. The honey is subdued, which isn't a bad thing. purikss (4) - - NOV 5, 2019 does not count
UPDATED: NOV 5, 2019 Gerçekten tatlı bira severleri için özellikle bal sevdalısı kişlilere mutluluk katacak bir bira İstanbul’da fıcısını içebilirsiniz.. BBHansen (1812) - Køge, DENMARK - OCT 27, 2019
UPDATED: OCT 27, 2019 Bottle @ Friends/Boilermaker. Appearance: pours clear golden with ok white soapy head and lacing. aroma/taste: barley, bread, honey, light oranges and floral notes. palette: medium malty aroma, average carbonation, medium body, medium sweetness, balanced by a light to medium bitterness, average duration and a watery texture. Overall: solid golden ale
Beese (8285) - Tooting, London, Greater London, ENGLAND - SEP 21, 2019
500ml bottle in 2013. Clear mid golden with a white head. Lots of these honey ales kicking around at the time, but this was one of the better (read; not disgusting) ones. Honey in the aroma, with floral hops and sponge cake. Flavour was a little sweet, but had enough graininess to not be saccharine. LagerGuide122 (253) - - SEP 10, 2019
UPDATED: SEP 10, 2019 500ml bottle brewed in England at 5%. Almost murky golden colour. Smallish head, in parts active, in parts docile, not terribly long-lasting. Aroma is lager-esque with the key distinguishing note of honey. Moderate carbonation, flattening quickly. In short, it's a lager with honey, at least as far as taste goes. Don't let that put you off though: Fuller's bring their quality craftsmanship to the table here as usual, so it's a good lager you're drinking - you can actually taste the citrus in the grassy hops, even if it's faint, and the similarly light malt is pleasantly sweet - furthermore, the honey kicks in towards the end, and that's when this beer comes into its own. The honey ties everything together, adds body where the beer needs it, and coats the mouth making the flavours develop and linger. This is refreshing, and also worth savouring. But it's not brilliant either, just good. Fuller's can do better than good - I don't know what constrained them here, but I suspect it has something to do with making everything organic and then trying to target the organic market instead of the (golden) ale market. This is definitely one to try if you'd like to wean your lager-drinking friends onto bigger and better things. It does say serve chilled, after all... mrmom (76) - - AUG 22, 2019
UPDATED: AUG 22, 2019 Bright golden colour. Aroma: honey, nectar, flowers. Taste: watery, honey. Aftertaste: melon and flowers. Seems too sweet and unbalanced, aroma is pretty good though. WortMeister11 (192) - TAIWAN - AUG 2, 2019
UPDATED: AUG 26, 2019 Aroma: biscuit, honey, herbal hop
Appearance: clear golden color with a one-finger white head.
Taste: biscuit, bready malt, honey, herbal hop
Palate: medium-low body, medium carbonation, very easy to drink
Overall: It is very easy to drink. The honey flavor in the aroma and taste blends in very well and is stronger in the aroma than in the taste. Interesting and refreshing. dimeon (1600) - Johannesburg, SOUTH AFRICA - JUN 19, 2019
UPDATED: JUN 19, 2019 Backlog. Slightly hazy gold with a medium white head. The honey is very apparent, but works well.