Scopey (15704) - Croydon, Greater London, ENGLAND - AUG 13, 2017
Bottle from Aldi Inverurie. It pours Clear yellow - gold with a medium white head. The aroma is fresh, clean, zingy lemon, touch of orange and white bread. The taste is is crisp, clean, quite light, zingy lemon, white bread, toasty grain, white bread, biscuitstraw, soda water and some grass with dry finish. Light body, moderate carbonation and foamy mouth - feel. Perhaps a touch too thin perhaps, but it is pleasant enough to drink. neilgffc (1) - Grangemouth, SCOTLAND - JUL 7, 2017 does not count
Wife bought a bottle from Aldi to make beer batter for fish and I drank the rest.
Lovely beer, very easy to drink and very refreshing. I will definitely be buying more.
Even better that it a Scottish brewery. Hartoloni (243) - - APR 18, 2017
Pours golden no head at all. Aroma slightly smoked malt and s bit of citrus. Very fizzy. No teal taste to speak off bitter malt. Not that great! jamesie1857 (1980) - Sheffield, South Yorkshire, ENGLAND - JUN 13, 2016
500ml bottle from Aldi - Hazy yellow body, thin white head. Nose is a bit boring, some fruit there. Taste is a grainy caramel mix. Thin body, nothing outstanding. allmyvinyl (11019) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - MAR 30, 2016
500ml bottle at home. Massively over-carbonated. Pours hazy pale gold with a massive white head. Aromas of lemon, honey. Taste is sweet, cereals, grains. Sweet finish, prickly carbonation.
MrJamesMcEwan (248) - SCOTLAND - JUN 30, 2015
* Bottle. Pours gold, clear, with a white head.
* Aroma light malty, biscuit, caramel malts & fruity hops.
* Palate is medium body, high carbonation, very fine bubbles.
* Taste is sweet, dry, honey, cereal & biscuit.
* Finish is malty, bittersweet, moist.
* Overall high carbonation but refreshing, caramel & honey. Stuartyboy (1760) - Ayr, SCOTLAND - JUN 26, 2015
Bottle from Robbie Drams Ayr light malty aroma flavour is fresh citrus Bubbly carbonation some pale Malt sweetness on finish Stuu666 (14841) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - MAY 21, 2015
Bottle at home. Pours golden, nose is dull toffee, bready, taste is dry, toffee, sweet. BlackHaddock (7684) - Shropshire, ENGLAND - MAR 6, 2015
6th Mar 2015: first beer of a Scottish tasting evening I am having by my self. 500ml bottle: BBD 30th Sep 2015. As the name suggests this is a golden coloured beer, the deep pillow head a snow white affair with plenty of carbonation bubbles rising up to meet it through the brew. The nose is pale malty with a biscuit/bread aroma: taste more fruity with mild citrus notes blending in with the maltiness. Refreshing enough, with a clean, well carbonated feel to the palate. Decent without testing your nasal or taste buds too greatly. jamestulloch (4328) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - JAN 28, 2015
Bottle from Bacco Wine. Clear golden body with a thin white head. Low carbonation. Faint lacing. Aroma of grain, orange and straw. Flavour of biscuit and lemon. Thin body with a watery texture. Light fizz. Clean and easy drinking but very dull - tastes like a Lager.